Top Rated Fennel Seed Recipes

Fennel Soup
This fully flavored chilled fennel soup will cool you down and fill you up on a hot summer’s day.This recipe is courtesy of Ottolenghi.
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Pasta with Broccoli Rabe and Bolognese Sauce
Here's a complete, well-balanced meal all on one plate: protein, carbs, greens, and fiber all packed into one dish. This recipe is also great with lean ground turkey instead of beef. Not a broccoli rabe fan? Use regular broccoli instead.
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Try incorporating pumpkin and cranberries into an easy pasta dish to use leftover turkey. 
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My go-to late-summer recipe is my Minute Steak Recipe, which is literally done in minutes on a hot grill, and served alongside stewed, grilled tomatoes, and tempura-fried peach slices. When it's complemented by a cocktail like warmed apple cider with whiskey or warmed brandy with a pinch of cinnamon, you’ll almost be excited to say goodbye to summer and welcome fall.
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This aromatic plant, part of the parsley family, is a complex carbohydrate that provides stable glucose levels which helps prevent mood swings. It helps boost serotonin and endorphin levels. Read more about 12 Teas That Boost Your Mood.
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Slow-Cooker Braised Pork Shoulder
Take the time to brown the meat and onions before adding them to the slow cooker. It gives the dish a more robust and deep flavor overall and helps render some of the fat from the pork so it doesn’t all end up floating to the top of the sauce!
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Tuna Salad with Cucumber, Cranberries, and Pecans
Take your tuna salad sandwich to the next level with Tessemae’s spin on this classic sandwich. It’s reminiscent of traditional tuna salad with mayonnaise and mustard, but packs a sweet and savory twist with dried cranberries, chopped pecans, and a pinch of fennel seeds. On a carb-free diet? Try serving the tuna salad over greens or inside a halved avocado. Click here for more tuna salad recipes.
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This aromatic plant, part of the parsley family, is a complex carbohydrate that provides stable glucose levels which helps prevent mood swings. It helps boost serotonin and endorphin levels. Read more about 12 Teas That Boost Your Mood.
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Here’s a delicious starter that’s a twist on the traditional Italian Caprese salad. Like an Italian with an exotic accent. People can get rather anxious about meddling with the purity of real, fresh buffalo mozzarella (not least because it can be a bit pricey) but we assure you that you won’t regret this meddle.
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Orange-Fennel Salad
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My mother made a simple cousin of this salad: thinly sliced carrots dressed with orange juice. In Sicily, this classic salad would be a pure but simple combination of fennel, orange, and black olives. I omit the olives, and add pecans for a great crunch, and I season the dressing with paprika and fennel seed to heighten the flavor. If they’re in season, add some pomegranate seeds; their tart flavor complements the fennel perfectly and they’re packed with healthy antioxidants. Look for different winter oranges, too. Cara Cara, maybe, or blood oranges — which are a very Sicilian ingredient — are beautiful in the salad. Excerpted from MARCUS OFF DUTY: THE RECIPES I COOK AT HOME © 2014 by Marcus Samuelsson. Reproduced by permission of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved Click here for more of our best salad recipes.
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Chicken Parm Meatballs
One of the most popular recipes I’ve ever run on the blog, this was the result of Phoebe’s begging for meatballs and Abby’s begging for chicken Parm. (King Solomon would be proud.) P.S.: If you get in the habit of making (and freezing) these on Sunday, you won’t be sorry. — Jenny Rosenstrach, Dinner: The Playbook Click Here to See More Italian Recipes  
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Method: Cook the dal with salt and turmeric in it. To make the dhaba tadka mix: Dry roast the whole spices (cumin, coriander seeds, saunf, cloves and cinnamon) on a tawa. Add the turmeric powder, chilli, javitri powder and roast some more. Add the salt. Make a fine powder of the spices. You can store this powder. For the dal: In a deep pan, take a tablespoon of white butter, fry the zeera, ginger and garlic. Then add the onions till they turn translucent. Pour in the cooked dal, add salt, green chillies and the chopped tomatoes. After one minute, add the tomato puree, and the dhaba tadka mix. Top it up with lime juice.   Ingredients 5 cups water 1 cup urad dal (split black gram) 1/2 tsp turmeric Salt For tempering: 1 Tbsp butter 1 tsp cumin seeds 1/2 tsp ginger 1 tsp garlic 2 green chillies, slit 1 small onion, minced 1 small tomato, chopped 1/4 cup tomato puree 2 tsp dhabba tadka mix Juice of one lemon For dhabba tadka mix: 1 Tbsp jeera 1 1/2 Tbsp dhaniya seeds 1 tsp fennel seeds or saunf 1 tsp whole cloves 1/2 inch cinnamon stick 1/2 tsp Kashmiri red chilli powder 1/4 tsp ground mace (Javitri powder) 1 tsp turmeric powder Salt to taste
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