Top Rated Cumin Recipes

Israeli Couscous
The starch in the couscous thickens the stew as it cooks creating a creamy and comforting main dish. You won’t believe how easy and tantalizingly delcious this one pot meal is. The cumin and cinnamon provide a wealth of flavor, and for the best results use high quality chicken and chicken stock. This recipe can also be adapted to be made in a rice cooker. 
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Zucchini Quesadillas
These whole-wheat, vegetarian quesadillas make a tasty, healthy Mexican dinner.This recipe is courtesy of Naturally Ella.
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chickpeas
"Possibly one of my favorite on-the-go snacks. Seriously. I am much more of a savory person than a sweet one and so having a bag of these in my backpack while cycling around London is perfect, delicious and super energizing, which is exactly what I need."- Julie Montagu, The Flex Foodie.Recipe excerpted with permission from cookbook Super Foods Super Fast: 100 Energizing Recipes To Make in 20 Minutes Or Less by Julie Montagu. Click here to purchase your own copy.
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carrot soup
A root vegetable with origins in Asia, the carrot is rich in beta-carotene, vitamin A, minerals, and antioxidants. Carrots are one of the highest vegetable sources of vitamin A — two carrots yield roughly four times the recommended daily allowance.
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Have you been feeling a little stressed lately? Add more beets to your diet. Beets are loaded with betalaine, a nutrient responsible for protecting cells, enzymes, and proteins from environmental stress.
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Avocado Salsa with Pan-Roasted Cumin
This salsa is a fusion between Mexican and Indian flavors — a merging that’s exotic but works marvelously. Pan-roasting the spices before making the salsa makes this simple dish truly spectacular.
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Just when you are getting sick of sweet potato fries, in comes another beta-carotene rich food. Eating oven-baked pumpkin fries will give you a healthy serving of Vitamin A, which protects your eyes from cataracts and degeneration.
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These individual triangular, free-form tarts use my favorite type of pastry, made with cream cheese. It is wonderfully light, flaky, buttery, and melts in the mouth. What’s more, cream-cheese pastry is infinitely versatile and the quickest pastry you can make — I promise. There is no baking blind or tart pan required, so it’s a useful technique to have in your repertoire for making all kinds of beautiful tarts.
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Cumin-Crusted Oven Fries
It’s hard to resist potatoes. Puréed, boiled, baked, fried, roasted... no matter how you cook them, these humble roots always taste good. But bake oven fries with cumin seeds and these spuds are not just good, they’re sublime. The cumin seeds, while roasting along with the potatoes, acquire a deep flavor and add a bit of crunch to each slice — making them addictive and dreamy! Naturally, these oven fries are scrumptious on their own and make a versatile side dish. Here’s to those humble spuds! Click here to see the Basic Mayonnaise Recipe. Click here to see Comfort Food Alternatives.
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Butternut Squash and Leek Latkes with Pan-Roasted Cumin
Of course, the potato latke is de rigueur on any Hanukkah menu, but why not serve latkes with other seasonal ingredients, I wondered? That’s when sweet, delicate butternut squash came to mind... and this recipe was born. Because the squash is grated raw, the latkes remain light and slightly crunchy. The addition of the pan-roasted cumin seeds bring these lovely morsels an exotic flair, while the sour cream helps to pull the flavors together.
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Kale and tomato soup
Kale is a polarizing green. For some it denotes healthy lifestyles and for others it screams diet food. But this spicy winter soup will make a believer out of the skeptics. It's a hearty tomato soup for a cold day that secretly also doubles as a healthy meal alternative. Click here to see The Best Kale Recipes You've Ever Tried. 
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Sweet Pea Soup with Cumin-Mint Coulis
Sweet peas are some of the vegetable kingdom's greatest little gifts. They're perfectly sized, vibrant, and sweet — and they possess an irresistible "green" flavor. Come spring, they’re also one of the first vegetables to show up at farmers' markets or bearing fruit in your garden. I love to eat sweet peas in many different ways: sautéed with basil and mint, or in a wholesome-yet-delicious bowl of farro, or sometimes even in a salad. But now I’m excited to share a recipe with you that I think makes the sweet pea even more enticing. Not only is this soup full of that addictive green-pea essence, it's also a perfect canvas for the exotic flavors of the coulis. The pan-roasted cumin, the fresh herbs, and the hint of heat in the coulis, paired with the sweetness of the peas, deliver a truly unique taste experience. Needless to say, the soup is superb with fresh peas, but you can use frozen ones, too. They work just as well.
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