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Methi also known as Fenugreek is a strongly aromatic annual green belongs to legume family. Methi is medicinal plant rich in protein. Methi leaves are rich in magnesium, iron, calcium etc.In Indian cuisine it is used extensively in various forms. In Indian cooking fenugreek seeds are used as a spice. The sprouted methi seeds are also used to make salads and are considered as a digestive. Ground methi seeds are used in pickles and also in stuffed vegetables .
I use methi in curries, dry vegetables, beans, lentils, paratha, Indian breads, rice preparations and and in many other dishes. To make your search easy I have gathered all the recipes calling for methi. Here are some methi recipes to get an idea of use of methi leaves.I thought it will be wonderful to share these dishes with you..Please keep trying the dishes and do share your valuable suggestions...
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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.
Methi Malai paneer (Indian cottage cheese) preparation is a delicious creamy curry; made with onions, tomatoes and a blend of spices, especially fenugreek leaves (Methi). Methi Malai Paneer is loved by everyone and it goes well with all sorts of Indian breads.
Methi aloo vegetable preparation is not only delicious but also very healthy. Methi can be easily found in Indian grocery stores outside India. You can aslo use kasoori methi in case if you do not find fresh methi leaves.
Fenugreek leaves are rich in magnesium, iron, calcium etc. This is a recipe for pan fried Indian breads having fenugreek in it - This is a healthy preparation and is a delight.
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).
Mathris are very famous North Indian snacks. Usually mathris are deep fried tea time snacks. Here we are making baked methi mathri. To make these mathris healthier I have used wheat flour. The good thing about mathris is that they can be stored in air tight containers for a month or even longer.
This recipe is for pan fried Indian breads with methi and paneer stuffing. Methi Paneer paratha is perfectly fine for Diabetics as well. This is a healthy preparation and is a delight, especially in winters when fresh fenugreek leaves are available in abundance in the market.
Gajar and Methi ki sabji (cooked carrot and methi) is a very easy to make veggie preparation that tastes awesome and is highly nutritious. This light and healthy vegetable preparation goes very well with roti and paratha.