In this study the heavy metal contents such as Fe, Co, Ni, Cu, Zn, Cr, Al, Mn, Pb, Cd in three different fenugreek pastes and hot spicy tomato dips purchased from three different markets in Ankara were investigated by the use of ICP-OES equipment. Metal contamination may come from the foodstuff materials and the equipment in fabricated. The metals present in the samples were found to be Fe (3.27-32.74 ppb), Co (16.54-18.86 ppb), Ni (57.38-59.76 ppb), Cu (14.3716.90 ppb), Zn (58.18-63.38 ppb), Cr (85.88-97.00 ppb), Al (105.40-253.10 ppb), Mn (26.9534.42 ppb), and Pb (102.40-114.20 ppb), Cd (55.97-56.87 ppb). The weekly intake values and health risk of the toxic metals Cd and Pb in Health risk index of FAO/WHO were separately evaluated. The HRI values of fenugreek paste and hot spicy tomato dip are below 1, so these foodstuffs are quite safe and healthy.