India / Foeniculum vulgare
Fennel seed has a sweet taste similar to licorice and anise, and can be found in many global cuisines from Indian curries and masalas, to Chinese Five Spice to Italian sausage and marinara. Fennel can also be used to brew a lovely cup of digestive tea.
Try with Saffron Penne With Sausage and Arugula, Long Life Noodle Soup, Chinese Five Spice Fudge Pops, Herbes de la Garrigue, Seattle Honey Mustard Chicken, Gluten Free Fennel Ricotta Tomato Tart, Tadka Carrot and Cauliflower Salad, Curried Beef and Tendon with Turnip, Arabic Chicken Kabsa, Five Seed Roasted Potatoes, DIY Amaretto, Besar Candied Yams, Toasting Spices, Buddha Bowl, Chicken Drumsticks with Spices and Coconut Milk, Piment d'Espelette Fish Stew, Salami Wrapped Melon With Candied Fennel, Anise, Coriander and Pink Peppercorns, and Chef Andrea's Cardamom and Olive Oil Cake
1/2 cup is about 1.76 oz