Fennel Seeds 52g should be pale yellow to green and have a characteristic ‘anise’ flavour. Fennel, although stronger in flavour than coriander, is one of the amalgamating spices, having the ability to bring other flavours together while imparting its delicious fresh ‘anise’ notes to Malaysian curries and satay sauces.
- Use fennel seeds to make fish soup and fish stock or add them to salads, particularly cucumber salad. They are well suited to pork dishes too. Try adding them to soft cheese and spread on bread or use when baking bread or biscuits.
According to herbalists, fennel seed can be an aid to digestion. It can help the smooth muscles of the gastrointestinal system relax and help reduce gas, bloating, and stomach cramps. It can also be used as a mouth freshener.
Pick up some Fennel Seeds today at Jesmond Fruit Barn or try shopping online.