It has been shown in literature that the mechanical properties of Fe3Al base alloys are strongly dependent on the heat treatment subsequent to warm rolling. Therefore, the recrystallization behavior of 3 different hot and warm rolled and annealed Fe3Al-based alloys has been investigated. Two of these alloys contain different forms and amounts of second phase particles, while a pure binary alloy was taken as reference. All alloys develop a-(<110>||RD) and g-(<111>||ND) fiber bcc-type rolling and annealing textures, however, the amount of a- and g-fibers vary in dependence of the alloy composition. The current work presents the investigations on the nucleation process during annealing that has been studied by means of high resolution backscatter electron diffraction (EBSD) in the SEM. In particular the occurrence of orientation gradients in the deformed structure and their crystallographic relationship to the formation of new grains was investigated. It was shown, that small particles favor the a-fiber component by hindrance of the growth of new grains. In contrast, large particles lead to particle stimulated nucleation. This weakens the overall texture but does not randomize it since the orientation gradients around particles keep a relationship with the matrix orientation.