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 Widely used in Indian cuisine. Also found in North African & Middle Eastern dishes. Fenugreek seeds are one of the staple spices used in Indian cooking, with a sweet, nutty flavor reminiscent of maple syrup and burnt sugar. It can be incredibly bitter when eaten raw, but when cooked and combined with aromatics and spices, it transforms and gives a sweetness and depth of flavor to saucy dishes. Ground seeds are used in curry, spice blends, dry rubs, and tea blends. Can also be sprinkled over yogurt, & cooked greens.

 

Fenugreek Seed Powder

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Fenugreek is an annual herb with a slightly sweet, nutty flavor often described as a cross between celery and maple. The seeds can be used whole or ground and are commonly found in curry powder. Use fenugreek to season savory meats, such as chicken or pork, and vegetables. Jump To SectionWhat Is Fenugreek?How Does Fenugreek Taste?How to Use Fenugreek9 Fenugreek Recipe Ideas5 Best Fenugreek SubstitutesThomas Keller Teaches Cooking TechniquesLearn techniques for cooking vegetables and eggs and making pastas from scratch from the award-winning chef and proprietor of The French Laundry.Learn MoreWhat Is Fenugreek?Fenugreek (Greek hay) is an annual plant in the Fabaceae family, native to Asia and the Mediterranean, with seeds and leaves that are both edible. It has small leafy greens that can be used fresh or dried and pods that contain small square-shaped golden seeds that are used as a spice or for medicinal purposes. Fenugreek has a distinctive maple syrup flavor and subtle bitterness. The majority of fenugreek is cultivated and consumed in India, where its fresh leaves are used in an array of culinary dishes.Meet One of Your New InstructorsPursue your passion with online classes taught by award-winning chefs, writers, and performers. With 90+ hours of lessons, you’ll never stop learning.JOIN NOWHow Does Fenugreek Taste?Fenugreek seeds are one of the staple spices used in Indian cooking, with a sweet, nutty flavor reminiscent of maple syrup and burnt sugar. It can be incredibly bitter when eaten raw, but when cooked and combined with aromatics and spices, it transforms and gives a sweetness and depth of flavor to saucy dishes.

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