Sole fish cooked with a tomato, spinach and fenugreek gravy.
An authentic Kashmiri recipe. Cottage cheese chunks are deep fried, soaked in milk and tossed with fenugreek leaves, cinnamon and almonds.
Tender chicken chunks cooked with assorted spices and fresh methi (fenugreek) leaves.
A lovely concoction of meat and fresh fenugreek leaves, cooked in a host of spices.
Steamed or fried dumplings made with flour dough seasoned with fenugreek, chilli powder and turmeric.
Chicken marinated in stock and spices, then fried and served with fenugreek chutney
Crusty bread sprinkled with olive oil, topped off with cottage cheese/tofu, fenugreek and laal maat leaves.
Grilled fish kebabs with tempered potatoes
A rich tomato and cashew based gravy with butter fried paneer chunks. Serve this dish of butter paneer with steamed rice or hot rotis!
One of the classic Indian chicken curries is just a few steps away. Let juicy chicken chunks simmer in a spicy broth and finish off with a note of cream!
Methi/Fenugreek water is something that anybody can consume. It facilitates weightloss, is good for your liver, kidneys and metabolism.
Soaked fenugreek seeds (a teaspoon) can be consumed the first thing in morning.
You don't need to completely avoid eating fenugreek but it helps to know about certain side effects that perhaps over-consumption may cause.
Soothing teas made with a combination of fenugreek seeds, mint, holy basil, cinnamon, lemon juice and honey may help reduce stress.
Fenugreek seeds are rich in folic acid, Vitamin A, Vitamin K and Vitamin C, and are a storehouse of minerals. Here's why it's a great remedy to prevent hair fall.
Methi - Laced with a distinct aroma, spell-binding flavor and a host of health benefiting properties, local kitchens of India have embraced this humble ingredient in its varying forms.
Beat the summer heat by loading up on these three spices: Fennel, Fenugreek and Coriander.
Here are 5 incredible fenugreek benefits, from lowering cholesterol to aiding digestion and more.
Winter is coming and its time for the leafy greens to invade our kitchen pantry with aplomb. One such green wonder we can't wait for is the methi or the fenugreek leaves. Have a look ...
It's common knowledge that everything green falls under the umbrella of healthy. Our parents and grandparents have harped on it for many years and we ourselves have slowly but gradually discovered the numerous benefits of ...