Fenugreek powder - Methi powder - Its taste
Fenugreek powder has a tart-spicy aroma and refines many dishes with its typical curry aroma. Our spice powder is finely ground and easy to use. You can just add it to your food or may create a curry powder with it. It is a pure spice powder without additives and very digestible.
This spice goes well with the following spices: Cardamom, garlic, turmeric, coriander, cloves, pepper, cinnamon, black cumin (Nigella) cumin, fennel.
Culinary use of fenugreek seeds ground
Ground fenugreek seeds are excellent, with its bitter, sweet aroma, to refine vegetarian & vegan dishes. Did you know that fenugreek is the base spice of carries? Besides, with this powder, you can produce very aromatic Indian fruit chutneys, for example, a pineapple or mango chutney. For this purpose, you boil the fruits of your choice with onions and spices.
You can also create delicate curry sauces for BBQ with this spice due to its beautiful curry aroma.
Furthermore, the spice powder flavors vegetables and lentil dishes such as Dal. It also goes well with yams, potato dishes, or spinach. You can try it even in vegetable soup.
Origin and Botanical Features
Fenugreek has its origins in India and southern Europe. However, it also grows in North Africa, Lebanon, Egypt, or Argentina. It is also a one-year-old plant that grows 60 cm high. It also has bright green leaves and white flowers. Their legumes contain about 10-20 seeds, which make up our spice.
In the Middle Ages they use Methi as a medicinal plant against baldness. Today it is still used in hair water. In Far Eastern countries, it is used to stimulate circulation and lower blood sugar levels, as well as to lower blood pressure.