Nigella seeds are widely used as a spice and condiment in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisine. They can be dry-roasted and used to give a smokey, nutty flavor to curries, vegetables, and beans.
Import Iranian Nigella Seed
- Country of origin: Iran
- Application: Nigella seeds can add an herby-oniony flavor to all sorts of dishes. Try sprinkling them over salad, vegetables (potato dishes especially), or fish or adding them to rice pilaf, lentils, and chicken or lamb braises. Add these oniony, aromatic seeds to everything from baked goods to potatoes, pilaf, and braises.
Packaging in Iran
- This Balssi spice is seed.
- Balssi is a company that produces spices.
- This product includes an export certificate.
How to use
It’s usually lightly toasted and then ground or used whole to add flavor to bread or curry dishes. Some people also eat the seeds raw or mix them with honey or water. They can also be added to oatmeal, smoothies or yogurt.
History of nigella seed
Nigella sativa L. (Ranunculaceae), commonly known as black seed or black cumin, has been used for medicinal purposes for centuries. It originated from Southeastern Asia and was also used in ancient Egypt, Greece, Middle East, and Africa.
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