CHARACTERISTICS: It is a plant between 20 and 50 cm high with leaves composed of three oblong leaflets. It blooms in spring (it has a white flower) and can be found among the corn fields (wheat fields) of the Iberian Peninsula and in the Balearic Islands.
CULINARY USES: Due to its aromatic qualities, it is used as a spice in the kitchen of some countries, and its culinary use is taken both leaves and seeds from its pod-shaped fruit, which usually contains between ten and twenty seeds, and whose appearance is hard and square. In Europe it is consumed as sprouts accompanying salads.
COMMON NAME: Fenugreek | SCIENTIFIC NAME: Trigonella foenum-graecum | ORIGIN: Asia | FAMILY: Fabaceae
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