Fenugreek is a well-known culinary spice - either alone or as part of spice mixes, the most famous one being curry.
Well-known spice that adds a curry-like flavour to food
For external and internal use
Recommended use:. ½-1 tsp with water, juice, etc. with each main meal.
For external and internal use. Not suitable for germination.
Fenugreek is an annual herb originating in Western Asia. Fruits are small pods with 10-20 seeds each. All plant parts have a strong, spicy smell.
Fresh shoots and dried seeds are used as a culinary spice - in itself or as part of spice mixtures. Fenugreek seeds are a fixed ingredient in curry - which exists in numerous variations, especially in India. When used by itself, fenugreek will leave a curry-like flavour.
Fenugreek seeds have been found at archaeological excavations in Tel Halal in present-day Iraq - evidence of millenium-old use by humans.