Maltepe Mah. Yeşilkent Sitesi 54200 Adapazarı Sakarya


Manufacture<: Neviye Mah. Atatürk Cad. Arifiye -Sakarya / Türkiye

Australia : 104/2 Malmbury Drv Meadow Heights Vic 3048 /Australia

Serbia : Uçitelj Tasina Niş 18000/ Serbia



  • 100 gr


  • 500 gr


  • 1000 gr


  • 50 gr

Turkish Cumin, whose unique aroma is hidden in the lands where it grows, is indispensable for meat and meat products and meals.


Family: Umbelliferae

Scientific Name: Cuminum cyminum

Origin : Türkiye

Part Used: Dried fruit

Usage : The best way is to use it by planting in the food taken, 1 teaspoon of cumin seeds as powder or grain is infused in a cup of water for 10 minutes and drunk after meals. When the seeds are chewed, it removes bad breath.

Use in Cuisine: It is used in meatballs, grills, meat, stuffed meats, some soups. It is used in the dressing of carrot, tomato, pepper salads, in the oven, in vegetables such as fish (with rosemary, bay leaf, basil), cabbage, eggplant lentils.
It can also be used for white cheese and potato dishes. All kinds of meatballs, soups, sauces, cabbage dishes; Sausages, game meat, fish that are difficult to digest such as tuna, feta cheese, potato dishes, etc.

Aesthetically: There is no place.

Additional Information: Other name; Kemnon, Persian cumin. In order to obtain a good grade of cumin, the purchased grains of cumin are sieved, the litter is removed after the dust is removed, it is rinsed under water, the water is thoroughly filtered through a strainer and then spread on a tray.
In the summer season, it is dried in the sun by mixing it from time to time. If the season is winter, the cumin grains spread on the tray (separating from each other as much as possible) are dried on top of the heater, next to the stove or at the lowest temperature of the electric oven, by stirring. It is stored in a jar. If the grains are not dried well, it will mold in the future. To use it in powder form, the grains are ground in the mill.