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Methi or Fenugreek leaves are mildly bitter in taste and have significant medicinal values. Soya (Dill) leaves are mild in taste and are quite aromatic. Both these levaes are also known good digestives. This vegetable preparation made with the combination of two herbs and the king of vegetables (potato) is not only delicious but also very healthy. These green leafy vegetables are in abundance in Indian bazaars in winter months and can also be easily found in most of the Western countries. So try out this healthy preparation and please do share your comments. Happy cooking, Shuchi
Methi paneer pulav is a delicious rice delicacy. Methi (fenugreek) leaves are mildly bitter in taste, having significant medicinal values. Methi is a little bitter in taste and paneer has a very soft taste, so they go together very well.
The combination of chole and methi makes a delicious delicacy. I liked the concept of adding methi greens in Chole so I decided to share this recipe with my readers. Methi chole goes very well with roti, paratha, poori or rice, but they go best with the deep fried Indian bread known as Bhatrura (or Bhature).