Black cumin Nigella Ground Organic
Origin Black Cumin Nigella
Nigella seed comes from the Nigella sativa plant, which is an annual and herbaceous plant from the ranunculus family. Nigella is also called black cumin, but it has no relation to common cumin. Black cumin nigella is cultivated in and around India. Nigella seeds have a fine aroma and a smoky taste with spicy notes of onion and oregano. From the nigella seeds also seed oil (nigella sativa oil) is made and this is especially in Islamic countries a widely used product.
Healthy Features of Nigella Seeds
Black cumin has been used since ancient times as a medicine in various traditional medicines. The seeds are most commonly used for this purpose, especially the oil extracted from them. Black cumin can help as an analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antineoplastic and antipyretic. It can also reduce blood pressure and improve breathing.
Applications of Black Cumin Powder
In the kitchen, roasted black cumin seeds are usually used, this is due to the nutmeg-like taste that the black seeds then have. Nigel seeds are widely used in Indian, Greek, Egyptian, Persian and Turkish cuisine to decorate bread, or ground to flavour meat dishes. In addition, black cumin powder is used in Panch phoron (5-spice powder), which is especially popular in India, Nepal and Bangladesh. Panch phoron is made from the following 5 seeds: Black Cumin, Mustard (black), Fennel, Fenugreek and Cumin (one fifth each).
Where do I purchase nigella seed?
You can buy nigella seed at Vehgroshop of course. In our web shop you can order nigella seed in quantities from small to big. Subscribe to our newsletter and don't miss out on any more nigella seed offers.FALSE
|Recommended Use||According to taste|
|Country of cultivation||Egypt|
|Private Label possible?||Yes|
|Energy (kcal/kJ)||470 kcal / 1968 KJ|
|Of Which Sugars||2 g|
|Saturated Fats||0 g|