Methi Recipes For Lunch
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Nearly all Indian kitchens have fenugreek, also known as methi. It can be used in a variety of ways, whether it's methi dana, raw, spicy leaves, or the aromato fenugreek powder. We have embraced this modest ingredient in all of its forms since it has a distinctive aroma, enthralling flavour, and a variety of health benefits. Fenugreek can be used to make some of the simplest yet most delicious foods. It comes in a variety of forms, from the amber-coloured seeds and dried leaves (kasoori methi) to powdered powder and garden fresh saag.

Methi is high in galactomannan, essential in reducing the risk of diabetes and heart disease. This substance aids in reducing the rate of blood sugar absorption. Amino acids that aid in the synthesis of insulin are abundant in methi. Its high-energy content aids in keeping you satisfied for longer. It is a great digestive aid and a good source of soluble fibre. Additionally, it helps to treat sore throats, fevers, and heartburn. 

Methi Chicken

Cooking chicken pieces in the flavorful goodness of entire spices that have been crushed and aromatic kasoori methi. Dried fenugreek leaves add flavour to this dish and methi leaves provide a dash of nutrition which also has a beautiful scent from freshly crushed whole spices. 

A traditional favourite all around the country! A mixture of fenugreek leaves and a variety of spices are combined into a dough made from wheat flour, rolled out, and then filled within. These go well with curd, pickles, or any other favourite dipping sauce.

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All it takes to make this sensational treat is 30 minutes and a few basic ingredients. A delectable gravy made of spinach, methi saag, tomatoes, and masala is served with tender sole fish. This dish is an absolute delight for all fish lovers during winter. 

Chaman Methi Malai

This dish for chaman methi malai, which features paneer, methi, spices, buttermilk, and nuts like cashews and muskmelon seeds, is ideal for your next lunch. This dish resembles malai kofta and is a pure creamy delight! It is nutritious and creamy!