Fenugreek Seeds

Credit: from R4 per month


  • Tangy flavour
  • Helps control blood sugar levels
  • Most flavourful when ground or dry-fried


Fenugreek is one of the oldest cultivated medicinal and culinary plants native to southern Europe and Asia. Fenugreek seeds, most flavourful when ground or dry-fried, have a tangy, burnt-sugar flavour that imparts a complex sweetness and bitterness flavour to saucy dishes. Besides its culinary value, fenugreek is a rich reservoir of medicinal properties ' it is known to help reduce the risk of heart disease, control blood sugar levels, aid in digestion and can even help soothe pain and fevers.


Fenugreek seeds.


Packed in a facility that uses peanuts and ground nuts.

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