Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) is a plant native to Western Asia and the Mediterranean. Fenugreek seeds, also known as methi seeds, are a common ingredient in Asian curries, as well as Eritrean, Ethiopian, Egyptian, Persian and Turkish cuisine.
Archaeologists have discovered cooked fenugreek seeds in Iraq dating back to 4,000 BC! Fenugreek has been celebrated throughout history for its multi purpose uses as both a culinary and medicinal herb.
• Fenugreek Seeds are used to season food, 1-3 tsp (3-9g) can be added to any meal.
• Add them directly to soups, stews, pulses or grains as they cook (add to hot water)
• You can also eat soaked/sprouted seeds directly or make them into a tea.
• To make a tea use a ratio of 1 tsp (3g) to 1 cup (250ml) of water.
Energy kcals 323
Energy kj 1352
Total Fat 6.0g
Of which saturates - 1.5g
Of which sugars 0.1g