Frequently an underlying flavor in Mexican food and chili, cumin is many times a hidden ingredient in many spice blends across many cultures. Toasting the seeds, before grinding them, also imparts a much deeper and richer flavor as well. Cumin seeds can be found in Dutch cheeses, in some French, and in many Indian and Asian recipes. Try it in soups, dry rubs on meat, as a secret ingredient in roasted carrots and in salad dressings. It will surprise you with its depth of flavor.
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