Shahi Jeera

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What is Shahi Jeera? Shai Jeera looks very similar to the cumin seeds but is finer and darker in colour and has a crescent shape. It is often confused with other spices such as Nigella Sativa which can also be called black cumin (confusing or what!) but Nigella is a black seed that is totally unrelated to this spice. Often also confused with caraway (which has a very different flavour and cumin which is bigger and more robust in flavour. Shahi Jeera is however related to cumin and they are both seeds from plants in the parsley family. Shahi jeera’s scientific name is Bunium Persicum and it is native to Central Asia and Northern India where it is widely used for adding flavour to rice and meat. It has milder flavour than cumin but is rich with a sweet, floral tone, used whole the seeds adds a nuttiness to your dish.

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