Fenugreek adds a distinctive exotic flavour to curries, soups and stew recipes. It also goes well in slow cooked Middle Eastern dishes and casseroles.
This is a version of the Indian curry, Palak paneer. It is a spicy dish with spinach, cheese and tomatoes. Paneer cheese is readily available at supermarkets now and is delicious!
Coconut milk makes this red lentil soup unique and creamy whilst remaining vegan. Serve with your favourite crusty bread and wine.
This is a very fragrant and spicy butter chicken. It looks like a lot of work but it isn't. Serve with hot Indian bread.
This dhal is made with yellow split peas and fresh spinach. We've also added three magic flavours—turmeric, fenugreek and garlic—into this spicy stew.
This recipe has an exotic flavour thanks to a simple seasoning of fenugreek seeds and turmeric, two magic spices. Fenugreek seeds have a distinctive aroma reminiscent of curry. For variety, you could substitute orange sweet potato, carrot or parsnip for the pumpkin.
A beautiful combination of tastes from fenugreek, coriander, cardamom, cloves, peppercorns and lemon. Serve with rice and naan bread.
This is a North Indian style curry which is cooked until nearly dry and finished with lime juice. Serve with rice and chapati.
This is a Bengali curry originally intended to use up the less attractive parts of the fish, but it works even better with fresh fish fillets.
Delicious served with crispy pappadams for an entree. For best results, cover and chill for 24 hours before serving.
I am happy that there are many fenugreek lovers out there. I really like pairing it with chicken in this pressure cooker dish.