Although the herb is thought to have been first cultivated during the Bronze Age in what is now known as Iraq, fenugreek is commercially grown in many Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and Asian countries today, most notably India, Egypt, Morocco, Spain, Afghanistan and Iran.
Combine with other spices and herbs to create seasoning blends. Partner with cumin in curries and slow-cooked vegetable and bean dishes. An alternative to real maple in the manufacturing of candy and other confections. Use in fish curries, with root or green vegetables, lamb, legumes, potatoes, rice and tomatoes. Pairs well cardamom, coriander, cumin, cinnamon, cloves, fennel seed, garlic, pepper, nigella and turmeric.
Organic Fenugreek Seed Powder
Flavor Profile: Bitter and sweet at the same time
Net Weight: 2.47 oz (70g)