After spinach, the most versatile leafy green is methi (or fenugreek leaves) which is widely grown in Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra and Punjab and is eaten throughout the winter. This leafy green is commonly used in the preparation of saag or methi aloo. The aforementioned dishes are quite popular and loved by all. If you want to try something interesting yet very quick and easy for your lunch, we bring you a surprise that is sure to impress your taste buds as well as appetite. We have shortlisted a few methi recipes for you all to make for a quick and scrumptious lunch. So, without further ado, let's learn how to make them. Take a look below.
Here're 5 Quick And Easy Methi Recipes You Must Try:
1. Anda Methi Bhurji - Our Recommendation
While the simple anda bhurji remains a classic, why not spruce things up a little with the addition of methi leaves? Here's a quick and easy recipe for making anda methi bhurji at home.
2. Methi Ajwain Parantha
This methi parantha is not only delicious, but it is also extremely simple to prepare. This recipe also contains a few secret ingredients, such as curd and banana, which make it crunchy and crisp on the outside but soft on the inside. Click here to know the recipe.
3. Methi Chole
You absolutely must try this methi chole if you enjoy chole! This recipe is enhanced by the addition of methi. It is best when served with bhature. Ps: soak chole at least 5-6 hours prior to save time. Click here for the recipe.
4. Methi Theplas
Thepla is a traditional Gujarati dish that hasn't lost its appeal. It's a soft flatbread that's made with wheat flour, besan, bajra, and spices. We're going to show you how to make theplas with a healthy twist. Find the recipe here.
5. Gajar-Methi Sabzi
Gajar methi is one of the most popular winter Indian dishes. It's not only quick and easy, but it's also delicious when tossed with a handful of spices! Click here.
Try out these recipes at home and let us know which one turned out to be your favourite in the comments section below.