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One of the ingredients curry and raz el hanout, it's best roasted before grinding as this will make its flavour more subtle. Sprinkle it over sautéed poultry and vegetables, lentils and stews, or use it in infusions like the Egyptians.

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In Ethiopia, these seeds are one of the ingredients of the renowned "Doro Wat" chicken stew served with a mixture of mead, offal, hard boiled eggs and Berbere spices.

This Ethiopian fenugreek will enhance chicken massala, lentils, mashed vegetables, chicken skewers and marinated poultry.

These seeds are best roasted in a pan or soaked in water before grinding them.

Fenugreek's botanical name "Trigonella foenum-graecum" refers to the triangular shape of the seeds (“trigonella”) and to what its was initially used for ("foenum-graecum" Greek hay). The Romans imported it from Greece as animal fodder (“Greek hay”).

It probably comes from West Asia and Southern Europe. It has been grown in India and Egypt for thousands of years.

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Native country UE / NON UE
Genus and botanical species Trigonella foenum-graecum
Ingredients fenugreek
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TRACES EVENTUELLES D'ALLERGÈNES céleri, sésame, moutarde, fruits à coques.