Fenugreek seed, whole


A very common spice in Indian and African cuisine, fenugreek seed has a very intense and powerful flavor that mellows out once its toasted or sauteed. It’s a fundamental ingredient in many curries, and the whole seed is a great addition to any pickling mix! Use sparingly, as its potent flavor might overcome more delicate spices.

1 ounce net weight.

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Fenugreek is a common spice in Indian and African cuisine. Its flavor is very potent and unique, often described as a cross between celery and maple. The raw seed can be quite bitter, but the flavor mellows out nicely once fenugreek is toasted or sauteed in clarified butter or oil. We recommend to start by adding a small quantity of fenugreek (1/4 tsp) to any new recipe you are trying out and then add more after tasting, if desired, because its potency might overcome other, more delicate, spices. A fundamental ingredient in many curry powders, fenugreek also pairs very well with lentils and root vegetables, and is excellent for balancing sweet or rich recipes, such as for example coconut-milk based curries. The whole seed can also be used to make quick pickles and is a great addition to any pickling mix. Naturally vegan and gluten-free.

1 ounce net weight.

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