Cumin (Jintan Putih)

Buying cumin or fennel can be a headache as these look so alike. A simple trick to tell these apart- the smaller seeds are cumin. Cumin smells of licorice and are ground in a spice mix for curries and stew.


Jintan Putih
Membeli jintan putih boleh membuatkan anda sakit kepala di sebabkan rupanya yang sama seperti jintan hitam. Bagi membezakan jintan putih dengan jintan hitam, jintan putih mempunyai biji benih yang lebih kecil. Jintan putih juga mempunyai bau liquarice dan di letakkan di dalam kari atau stu.

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