Blue fenugreek seed (Trigonella caerulea) grows wild in the mountainous northern Georgia, have a milder and sweeter flavor and is less bitter and astringent than regular Indian fenugreek. When ground develop a rich, warm flavor.
Usually added as a spice ingredient or in geogian spice blends. Widely used in Georgian cuisine in meat, poultry or vegetable dishes. Used in stews and casseroles, as flavor develops and intensifies with long cooking.