• 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 Anise, Sweet Notes. Digestive

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

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

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Origin - Plantations : Egypt
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What is fennel seed?

Fennel or common fennel is a perennial plant. It belongs to the Apiaceae family, as do celery, carrots, coriander, cumin, green anise, chervil and parsnips. 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 domain. This plant develops perfectly in a Mediterranean climate. The fennel in seeds that I propose to you comes to us from Egypt. The bulb of the fennel is consumed, but also the leaves and the seeds, the latter being used as a condiment. In the Middle Ages, fennel was used to fight against witchcraft, it was used as an antidote.

What is the flavor of fennel seeds?

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

Harvesting fennel seeds in plantations

The common fennel is an imposing plant which can reach 2,50 m height. Mainly cultivated in the Mediterranean basin, it is distinguished by its fluted and shiny stems, its yellow flowers in umbels and its grooved seeds. Fennel likes sun and heat. This hardy perennial plant is perfectly adapted to drought. Fennel seeds are harvested when they turn from green to brown. Once harvested, they are dried in a warm, dry and ventilated place. The stalks are hung upside down. When they are dry, the seeds fall out by themselves.

How to use fennel seeds in cooking?

Fennel seeds are perfect for cooking with their aniseed flavors. Instinctively, we imagine it accompanying a fish. In court-bouillon, in papillote or marinated, seeded fennel brings freshness to your fish recipe. It can also be used as a marinade to accompany shrimp 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 associated with meat. You can find it in a marinated chicken curry or in a couscous. Fennel seeds can also be used in a vinaigrette to accompany a salad with cheese. If you like infusions, it is quite possible to integrate a little fennel to obtain this small aniseed taste which makes all the difference.

The health benefits of fennel seeds

Fennel is an aromatic herb that is known for its various virtues.

The conservation of the fennel in seeds

My fennel seeds come from Egypt and are delivered in a resealable bag. Keep it in a dry place away from the light.

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Anise, Sweet Notes. Digestive
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Claudine P. published the 25/07/2023 following an order made on 01/07/2023


Une pincée dans la cuisine change tout ! J'adite

Souad B. published the 03/07/2023 following an order made on 06/06/2023


Tres bien perfume, emballage impeccable.

Thierry L. published the 17/02/2023 following an order made on 23/01/2023


Très bien, conforme à mes attentes, je recommande !

Claudia G. published the 13/12/2022 following an order made on 15/11/2022


Très parfumées, excellent.

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



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


En salade ou sur du poisson, un goût exceptionnel !

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



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



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


Découverte agréable, offrant de nombreuses possibilités

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