• Fenouil en graines - Egypte
  • Fenouil en graines - Egypte
  • Fenouil en graines - Egypte
  • Fenouil en graines - Egypte
  • Fenouil en graines - Egypte
  • Fenouil en graines - Egypte
  • Fenouil en graines - Egypte
  • Fenouil en graines - Egypte
  • Fenouil en graines - Egypte
Fenouil en graines - Egypte

Fennel seeds - Egypt

Egypt Anise, Sweet Notes. Digestive

Fennel seed is a condiment that will delight aniseed lovers. It brings subtlety to your dishes and awakens the senses. Consumed in infusion, it is the privileged partner of your well-being.

Use: Fish, chicken, infusion

Origin - Plantation : Egypt

Packaging: freshness sachet

"Enjoy sweet aniseed flavors with my fennel seed."

Choose your packaging :
  • 100g
  • 200g
€3.99
In Stock
SECURE PAYMENTS INTERNATIONAL DELIVERY

 

Gift on each order

 

Best Quality/Price Report

 

Free DHL Delivery in Europe over 199€

Kitchen association

Fish, chicken, red meat, desserts, creams, herbal teas, gravlax

Kitchen association : Fish, chicken, red meat, desserts, creams, herbal teas, gravlax

Conditioning

Freshness packet - DUO 11/2022

Conditioning : Freshness packet - DUO 11/2022

Origin - Plantations

Egypt

Origin - Plantations : Egypt
« Enjoy sweet aniseed flavors with my fennel seeds. »
 
Learn more

What is fennel seed?

Fennelor common fennel is a perennial plant. It belongs to the Apiaceae family along with celery, carrot, coriander, cumin, green anise, chervil and parsnip. Fennel can be found in the capitulary of Villis, a document published under Charlemagne which imposed the cultivation of certain plants in the gardens of the royal estate. This plant thrives perfectly in a Mediterranean climate. The fennel seeds that I propose to you come from Egypt. We eat both the fennel bulb, but also the leaves and seeds, the latter being used as a condiment. In the Middle Ages, fennel was used to fight against witchcraft, it was then used as an antidote.

What is the flavour of fennel seeds?

Whatever its form, fennel has a sweet aniseed flavour. Fennel seeds bring a subtle fragrance to all your culinary preparations.

Harvesting fennel seeds in plantations

Common fennel is an imposing plant that can reach 2.50 m high. Mainly cultivated in the Mediterranean basin, it is distinguished by its shiny, fluted stems, yellow umbel-shaped flowers and grooved seeds. Fennel likes sun and warmth. This hardy perennial plant adapts perfectly to drought. Fennel seeds are harvested when they turn from green to brown. Once harvested, they are dried in a warm, dry and above all ventilated place. The stems are hung upside down. When they are very dry, the seeds fall out on their own.

How to use fennel seeds in cooking?

Fennel seeds find their perfect place in the kitchen with their aniseed flavours. Instinctively, you can imagine it accompanying a fish. In court-bouillon, papillote or marinated, fennel seeds add freshness to your fish recipe. You can also consider a marinade to accompany shrimps a la plancha or on the barbecue for example. And why not a lemon and fennel sauce to accompany your fish? Fennel seeds can also be combined with meat. For example, it can be found in a marinated chicken curry or couscous. Fennel seeds can also be used in a vinaigrette to accompany a salad with cheese. If you like herbal teas, it is quite possible to add a bit of fennel to get that little aniseed flavour that makes all the difference.

The health benefits of fennel seeds

Fennel is an aromatic herb that is known for its various virtues. The fennel seed is widely used in Chinese medicine and has today found its place in Europe. It is ideal to fight against digestive disorders. Rich in fibre, it improves digestion when used as an infusion and strengthens intestinal muscles. It helps to fight against stomach aches, bloating and other flatulence. It is also a diuretic. Rich in antioxidants, fennel seed has anti-inflammatory properties. It also provides thebody with calcium and regulates blood pressure thanks to its potassium content.

The conservation of fennel seeds

My fennel seed from Egypt comes in a resealable airtight bag. Store it in a dry place away from light.

E42 fen02
629 Items

Data sheet

Propriété
Anise, Sweet Notes. Digestive
Provenance
Egypt
View the trust certificate
  • For further information on the nature of the review controls, as well as the possibility of contacting the author of the review please consult our CGU.
  • No inducements have been provided for these reviews
  • Reviews are published and kept for a period of five years
  • Reviews can not be modified: If a customer wishes to modify their review then they can do so by contacting Verified Reviews directly to remove the existing review and publish an amended one
  • The reasons for deletion of reviews are available here.

4.5 /5

Based on 30 customer reviews

  • 1
    2
  • 2
    0
  • 3
    0
  • 4
    6
  • 5
    22
Sort reviews by :

Fabrice B. published the 03/09/2022 following an order made on 12/08/2022

5/5

parfait

Caroline T. published the 27/07/2022 following an order made on 10/07/2022

5/5

En salade ou sur du poisson, un goût exceptionnel !

Adeviye A. published the 22/07/2022 following an order made on 09/07/2022

5/5

Super.

Fabien N. published the 20/05/2022 following an order made on 05/05/2022

5/5

Qualitatif

Pierre M. published the 07/05/2022 following an order made on 20/04/2022

5/5

Découverte agréable, offrant de nombreuses possibilités

Nellie R. published the 19/02/2022 following an order made on 29/12/2021

5/5

Pas encore essayé.

Daniel B. published the 14/02/2022 following an order made on 02/02/2022

5/5

je connais déjà très bon produit

Françoise P. published the 11/02/2022 following an order made on 24/01/2022

1/5

Pas encore goûté

Sandra N. published the 11/02/2022 following an order made on 23/01/2022

5/5

Très bien bonne qualité merci

Francine C. published the 01/02/2022 following an order made on 20/01/2022

4/5

pas encore utilisé

×