Fennel Seeds, Turkish Rezene
- Fennel Seeds (Rezene) from Spice Bazaar of Istanbul.
- It is perfect to add some traditional Turkish taste your delicious food.
- All Natural, No Preservatives. No Additives.
- Authenitic Turkish Gourmet spice
- Naturally kept and packed.
- Will be sent in sealed pack.
- Country of Origin: Turkey
Fennel, whose Latin name is “Foeniculum vulgare”, is from the parsley family. Its homeland is the Mediterranean and the Near East. It grows naturally in almost every region of our country. The leaves of the fennel sprinkled on the roadside and meadow environments from autumn to mid-summer are stalked and hairless. It mostly likes rocky and arid places. It is a two-year herbaceous plant with a pungent odor, usually up to one meter in height.
Resembling anise with its pungent aroma, Fennel is much more than just an ordinary plant family. It adds a distinctive flavor to dishes with its scent. It enriches almost all kinds of meat dishes with its aroma. It also freely exhibits its taste in soups, omelettes and potato dishes. It is possible to prepare delicious sauces with fennel. Although it looks like the twin of dill, it is very different from dill. The fennel used in sauces by the French is finely chopped and consumed in salads with lemon and olive oil in Roman Empire.
It is also known by the names Tangle, Bolluk herb, Rezdane, Scilip and Mayana. Fennel has a history of thousands of years. It was consumed in abundance during the Roman period, and the famous food writer of Rome Apicius expressed his admiration for this plant. Fennel, the chief crown of the Romans, was consumed in abundance in order to keep gladiators strong and tough.
From the fennel plant; fennel tea, fennel oil, fennel tincture, fennel extract, fennel soap, fennel ointment and syrup are produced.
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