Fennel Seeds Ground

$3.30

Product description

Fennel seeds are obtained from the aromatic and tall fennel plant which is native to the Mediterranean and a member of the caraway family. The seeds can either be used whole or be finely ground. It has a strong anise flavour that is warm and breath freshening. It is key ingredient of the Chinese five spice and Herbs de Provence.

The spice people carry these fennel products; fennel seeds ground and fennel seeds whole.

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Fennel seeds whole are obtained from the aromatic and tall fennel plant, which originated in the Mediterranean and are member of the caraway family. It is a highly aromatic and flavorful herb with culinary and medicinal uses and, along with the similar-tasting anise, is one of the primary ingredients of absinthe. Florence fennel or finocchio is a selection with a swollen, bulb-like stem base that is used as a vegetable. The seeds release strong anise flavour that is warm and breath freshening. It is key ingredient of the Chinese five spice and Herbs de Provence.

Culinary Notes :

  • Used in curry making, satay sauces and Asian dishes
  • Use to make breads and cakes especially fruit tarts.
  • Use it in marinades, curries or baked goods
  • It combines with oregano, parsley, cumin, fenugreek, Sichuan peppercorns, cinnamon, thyme and sage
  • It goes well with lentils, beetroot, pork , potatoes, fish, stews, herb butters, dips, fêta cheese and olives.

Health benefits:

Fennel contains vitamins and has many health benefits. It can help to treat coughs and asthma. It also can be used as an aid to digestion. It contains Vitamin C and Vitamin B.

Recipe/ product links:

Toasted spiced nuts for salads
How to make Achari Masala

Country of origin:

Southern Europe and the Mediterranean

Other names or spelling: Florence Fennel, Finnochio, Lucknow Fennel Seed, Foeniculum vulgare dulce, Roman Fennel, Common Fennel, the fish herb

Additional information

size

50g

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