Boiled Methi palak mixed with veggies and onion paste.
Parantha stuffed with the goodness of methi (fenugreek leaves) mildly spiced.
Tender chicken chunks cooked with assorted spices and fresh methi (fenugreek) leaves.
Robust food cooked with simple ingredients and basic techniques. Marinated pieces of chicken thighs cooked with the aroma of kasoori methi.
Fenugreek leaves or methi cooked with potatoes and spices make for a hearty dish.
Flour kneaded with methi, ginger, chilies, herbs and yogurt and made into crisp paranthas.
Soft and tender paneer teamed with garden fresh methi saag. Relish this easy to make paneer delicacy in the comfort of your kitchen.
A quick and easy way to kick-start your day. Simple ingredients and even simpler steps to roll out these delectable parathas.
Chicken curried in yoghurt and cream with an added flavour punch of kasoori methi.
This tasty yet healthy paneer recipe gives you a fantastic dose of protein and calcium. Not just that, the crunchy bell peppers provide you with Vitamin A, Vitamin C, folate and a punch of antioxidants.
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.
Soothing teas made with a combination of fenugreek seeds, mint, holy basil, cinnamon, lemon juice and honey may help reduce stress.
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 ...
Methi/Fenugreek water is something that anybody can consume. It facilitates weightloss, is good for your liver, kidneys and metabolism.
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.
Herbs are the most convenient way to boost flavour in your dishes, but not all of them are available easily. That's when dried herbs step in. Here are 10 must-have dried herbs.
Since bitter foods are thought of as cleansing and important to boosting metabolism in many regional food traditions, they are mandatorily included in traditional meals.
Some commonly used kitchen ingredients can help in controlling high cholesterol levels.
These crisp and crunchy treats served with chutney are the perfect companions to a hot cup of tea in this nippy weather. The Khandani Pakode Wala at Nauroji Nagar has been satisfying our cravings for ...
Soaked fenugreek seeds (a teaspoon) can be consumed the first thing in morning.