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No trans fats
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No added chemicals or preservatives

An Indian and Middle Eastern Spice Rack staple, Fenugreek seeds are used to add nutty and sweet notes to many curries and stews. Gently fry to release the flavour, or grind and use like any other spice powder. Also known as: حلبه, حلبة, Hulba, Hilbeh, Fenugrec, Sénegré, Trigonelle, Methi, Meti, methi ke dane, menthiyam, ventiyam, methya dane, methi dana, मेथी, 胡蘆巴種子

Fenugreek Seeds Cooking Notes
Cuisine Indian, Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, American
Food Pairings Seasoning, rubs, stews, meat, curries, vegetable dishes
Flavour / Tastes Like Nutty, Celery, Maple Syrup
Serving size 0.5 grams (if powdering) to 2 grams (if using whole)
Directions for use Use spice directly, no need to grind. If you need to grind, use a pestle and mortar or electric spice grinder.
Recipes Lamb Madras,
Kokum Rasam (Spiced Indian Soup)
Fenugreek Seeds Technical Notes
Origin Central India
Quality* Grade A, Selected
Industry Knowledge Fenugreek is a historically significant spice, lending its flavor to dishes from Egypt to India and across the Middle East. Though best known in the United States for the flavor it imparts on traditional curry seasoning, fenugreek as a spice is much further reaching. The seeds are ground into powder and used to make flour, thicken stews, and add flavor to a wide variety of meat dishes. The powder has a sweet, nutty aroma, reminiscent of maple syrup, though the flavor itself is decidedly bitter. The seeds can be roasted as needed in order to cut the bitterness and bring some of the natural sugars to the surface.
Fenugreek Seeds are cultivated in India, Africa, Egypt, Morocco, and occasionally in England. In India it is grown extensively in Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra and Punjab. It is a cold season crop and is fairly tolerant to frost and very low temperature. It is best suited to tracts of moderate to low rainfall and is sown in all types of soil but perform better in loam and clayey loam with proper drainage. It can also be grown on black cotton soils. Learn more about Fenugreek Seeds.
Also known as Trigonella foenum-graecum
حلبه, حلبة, Hulba, Hilbeh, Fenugrec, Sénegré, Trigonelle, Methi, Meti, methi ke dane, menthiyam, ventiyam, methya dane, methi dana, मेथी, 胡蘆巴種子
**Special Note

For 1kg option, product will be packed in vacuum-sealed transparent bag, not our usual aluminium resealable bag.

For 25kg bulk carton, product will be packed in plastic bags inside cartons, not our usual aluminium resealable bag.

Please call before placing order to check we have stock. Our wholesale and bulk sales exist online as well as offline. In rare cases, this means our stock on our store online may not be accurate, and there may be a delay in delivering your order. Wholesale packs we can usually deliver next day, and bulk packs usually within 3-5 days subject to stock. In rare cases where we are out of stock or product is out of season, delivery time can take a few weeks for our factory to process and ship goods.

Fenugreek Seeds Health Benefits (government sources only)
Nutrition Facts High in Fiber, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sodium, Vitamin A IU, Source and details

*Industry specific terminology.

Please note that our ingredients are 100% natural and processed using traditional methods. As a result there may be some visible imperfections. Our spices will have variations in size and colour due to factors such as the amount of sunlight they received when growing, or the amount of rainfall in a particular season. These differences in appearance are entirely normal, and are the result of not treating them with any chemicals.

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