Jintan is "Cumin" in Indonesia. Cumin seeds are similar to fennel and anise seeds in appearance, but are smaller and darker in color. Cumin seeds are used as a spice for their distinctive aroma and they are popular in North African, Middle Eastern, Western Chinese, Indian, Cuban and Northern Mexican cuisine.

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