Fenugreek is an annual plant that is also known as methi in many places of the world. It is native to the Middle and Near East, and is widely used in the Indian subcontinent. It has small round leaves that can be dried, as well as seeds. There is even evidence that the ancient Egyptians understood the benefits of fenugreek, since its seeds have been found in tombs, particularly of Tutankhamen. Organic Facts shares some of the many amazing health benefits of this spice.
This side dish from Feast Buffet of potato and spinach is flavored with fenugreek, as well as a variety of other spices to develop a spicy/sweet flavor profile.
Fenugreek is an annual herb with a slightly sweet, nutty flavor often described as a cross between celery and maple, making it Splendor Gardens product of the week.
Use fenugreek to season savory meats, such as chicken or pork, and vegetables
Got hiccups? Charlie Pulsipher at Sunwarrior says to use cardamom. According to health hub this spice has numerous health benefits from aiding with hiccups to blood clots and chest congestion.
Serve these hand pies, from Faith at Faith’s Kitchen, warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or pack them in a picnic and you are sure to have a hit!
This spice goes very well with all fruits, rice and grains, strong meats such as lamb, and anything sweet. Making #cardamom Splendor Gardens product of the week.
There is nothing better than fresh bread from the … slow cooker?? Yes, that ‘s right I said slow cooker! This recipe from SheKnows is sure to be a crowd-pleaser and can be served as a snack or as a starter,with a side of olive oil and balsamic vinegar. this bread would pair well with any if your favorite pasta dishes.