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Move over turmeric! Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) is likely to be the trendiest flavour on everyone’s taste buds this year. Fenugreek has been used in alternative medicine for thousands of years and recently it has become a common household spice and thickening agent. With a sweet, slightly salty and nutty flavour, it provides a taste reminiscent of burnt sugar, which complements some spice dishes and hot pots beautifully. Only a small quantity is usually required, otherwise the taste may become overpowering.

Fenugreek is an incredibly versatile plant, which can be used in a variety of dishes including soups, biryanis, brines, chutneys, bread, curries and even cooked vegetables. It is a key ingredient in classic spice blends like Indian garam

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