Methi Recipes

Methi has enormous health benefits but due to its bitterness people sometimes avoid eating it. You can prepare methi ladoo, which is easily consumable and delicious. 


 Methi Malai Matar
Methi Malai Matar
Methi malai matar is a flavorful, creamy curry of North India.The leaves have a strong flavor and slightly bitter taste while green peas provide a little sweetness to the dish.


Fenugreek Leaves Pulao
Methi Pulao
Methi pulao is very tasty and delicious and a great way to include greens in our diet. Methi is my favorite, and here is one more amazing methi recipe. Try this and you will love it. 


Fenugreek Leaves Pakora
Methi Gota
Methi Gota is famous Gujarati snack mostly having a presence in a party or get to gather. It is very enjoyable during monsoon season with tea or chutney. It is made with chickpea flour, fresh methi leaves, and spices.


 Potato Methi Subji
Potato Methi Subji
Potato methi Subji is little different from famous Punjabi aloo methi. Basically, this is simple recipe without onion garlic. In this subji we are using fresh methi leaves, tomato, and spices.


 Methi Thepla
Methi Thepla
Methi thepla is undoubtedly most famous theplas in Gujarati meals. Among all theplas, this is very healthy one. Methi thepla made from 3 grains, garlic, ginger and most important- fenugreek leaves.


 Methi Crisp
Methi Crisp
Methi crisp is a baked version of methi puri. This healthy snack made from gram flour, wheat flour, and fresh methi leaves. It tastes little bitter and goes well with tea, chutney or raita.


Methi Muthia
Bajri Methi Muthia
Bajri methi muthia is delicious Gujarati snack for light dinner or breakfast. It is prepared by rolling and steaming bajri (millet) flour dough with mixing fresh methi leaves and spices.


 Onion Methi Rice
Onion Methi Rice
Onion methi rice is a tasty and healthy combination of onion, methi seeds, and rice. This is an easy and quick recipe goes well with curd or raita.


 Methi Vada
Methi Vada
Methi vada is famous Gujarati dish generally prepared during the winter season for evening snack or dinner and served with tea or yogurt. Though it’s deep fried it has benefits of millet flour and fresh methi leaves.


 Aloo Methi Subji
Aloo Methi Subji
Aloo methi is a perfect combination of taste and health benefits. It is made from potatoes, methi leaves and spices. It can be served with roti or paratha.


 Methi Paratha
Methi Paratha
Methi paratha is very famous all over India and generally eaten with tea, curries, yogurt or pickle. Its is made from methi(fenugreek) leaves and wheat flour.


 Moong Dal Methi
Moong Dal Methi
Moong dal methi is a great combination of dal and vegetables. Methi leaves go well with in any kind of dal, but when you make with moong dal its taste awesome.

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