Fenugreek is the new gourmet spice coveted by chefs for its sweet, pungent taste profile.
Fenugreek is commonly used in cooking throughout the world, particularly in Indian cuisine. It adds essence to curry dishes and has also found use in various food items, such as baked goods, condiments, and soft drinks.
|Botanical Name||Trigonella foenum-graecum|
Fenugreek originated in the Mediterranean region and Asia, and is one of the oldest known herbs. Its seeds were used frequently for their health enhancing properties in ancient Egypt and India, and eventually the Greeks and Romans used it as well. Ancient physicians found that its seeds contained a great deal of mucilage and mixing it with water provided many health benefits.
Fenugreek is a bitter seed, often roasted and powdered, common to Eastern, especially Indian, cuisine.
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