The winter season is almost here. And the sudden nip in the weather also brings a variety of seasonal veggies to our plate. One such vegetable is methi (fenugreek leaves). They are loaded with essential nutrients like iron, potassium, vitamins A and C, and also have excellent digestive properties. From methi paratha, methi chole to methi saag, methi puri and more - it is used to make a variety of dishes during the winter season. Adding to the list, here we have shortlisted 5 of our best methi recipes that are ideal to make for a wholesome dinner meal. Take a look.
5 Methi Recipes You Can Make At Home:
1.Methi Matar Malai (Our Recommendation)
If you're looking for an interesting way to make greens taste better, this methi matar malai is a must-try! It is made with the goodness of cream, butter and a special onion-cashew paste. Click here for the full recipe of Methi Matar Malai.
2. Methi Murgh
This recipe is for all the chicken lovers out there! Methi and murgh are cooked together to make this scrumptious dish. Pair it with any Indian bread of your choice and relish its taste. Click here for the full recipe of Methi Murgh.
3. Methi Paneer
Soft and tender pieces of paneer are cooked with garden fresh methi saag. This methi paneer not only tastes delicious but is extremely wholesome. Garnish with laal mirch and serve hot! Click here for the full recipe of Methi Paneer.
4. Methi Ki Kadhi
Kadhi is one dish that has multiple variations. Here we bring you a methi kadhi recipe that is super easy to make and requires only a handful of ingredients. Click here for the full recipe of Methi Ki Kadhi.
5. Methi Soya Naan
This naan is loaded with the goodness of methi and soya. It's not only quick and easy, but it's also super healthy! We are sure you'll love this naan as much as we do. Click here for the full recipe of Methi Soya Naan.
Now that you know how to cook all these recipes, try them at home and let us know how you liked them in the comments below.
About Vaishali KapilaVaishali finds comfort in eating parathas and rajma chawal but is equally enthusiastic about exploring different cuisines. When she's not eating or baking, you can often find her curled up on the couch watching her favourite TV show - FRIENDS.