Fennel seeds work well in a wide variety of foods ranging from breads, pastries and other baked dishes.Also a well known mouthfreshner, it is served at hotels, restaurants, to the guests and is also put in "paan".
The flavor is pleasantly bitter, but can be sweetened with dry roasting. Fennel seeds are used in lots of cuisines from Chinese (in five-spice powder) to Italian (with fish and roast pork) to Indian (in garam masala and some sweet dishes)
Sourced fresh, direct from farms and packed in hygienic conditions, this special Indian spice comes packed with manifold health benefits.
Fennel seeds are soaked overnight in water and the water is consumed in morning as it is good for maintaining blood pressure and heart rate, it helps in production of RBC, it helps to curb carcinogenic diseases.