Make tea or jam from the tart flower calyxes and eat the lemony flowered leaves in salads or stir fries. Culinary, medicinal, and ornamental! Needs a long, warm season. Annual.
SMALL FARM GROWN by Milkweed Meadows, Hendersonville, NC
Ground cumin is an essential spice in curry powder and is found in Indian, Vietnamese and Thai foods. Many Latino recipes call for the use of cumin; and in the United States, many a chili recipe includes cumin. In India, cumin is a traditional ingredient in not only curry, but kormas, masalas, soups and other recipes. Cumin can even be found in some cheeses, like Leyden cheese, as well as some French breads. Curry powder isn’t the only blend in which cumin is found: achiote, chili powder, adobos, sofrito, garam masala and bahaarat all owe their distinct ethnic flavors partially to cumin. Cumin seed can be used whole or ground and even lends itself to some pastries and pickles. A mix of cumin, garlic, salt, and chili powder on grilled corn on the cob is delicious.
Read more at Gardening Know How: Cumin Plant Care: How Do You Grow Cumin Herbs https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/herbs/cumin/cumin-herb-information.ht