Ground & Whole Seeds
Basic Homemade Mustard Recipe
Use this basic recipe as a base to explore different seasoning options.view recipe >
Cumin Carrot Soup Recipe
Serve with dollop of plain yogurt, scoop of rice or piece of naan or pita bread to help balance the soup’s heat.view recipe >
Use as a condiment for sausages, sandwiches, salads, pork chops, and baked potatoes.view recipe >
Introduction to Our “Seeds” Product Category
Our selection of whole and ground seeds includes some of the most powerful and popular spices for your kitchen.view article >
What’s the Difference Between Coriander and Cilantro?
Across the world, these two ingredients are often referred to singularly as coriander but in North America, we distinguish the fresh herb of the pl...view article >
Behind the Seasoning: Cumin Seeds
With their distinctive aroma and earthy taste, cumin seeds have become a staple in kitchens around the world.view article >
What seeds do we cook and eat with?
Seeds are used in cooking around the world. Cumin seeds, mustard seeds, coriander seeds, sesame seeds, fennel seeds, cardamom seeds, poppy seeds, fenugreek seeds and caraway seeds are the most popular seeds that we eat. Some of them are even the seeds taken from the plants that are also used as herbs, like dill or coriander (in the United States, we call coriander cilantro).
What seeds are also considered spices?
Whole seeds that are commonly also turned in to ground spices are cumin, coriander (or cilantro seed), poppy, and mustard seeds. A spice can come from a few different parts of the plant, including the seed that originally grew it!
What seeds are used in Indian cooking?
Essential seeds used in Indian cooking and curries include cumin, mustard seeds, fennel, fenugreek, coriander, and cardamom. We recommend keeping our Ground Cumin Seeds blend, popular Regular Yellow Mustard Powder, and Fennel Seeds on hand in the pantry for typical Indian dishes and recipes.