Sprouted methi: Just like you sprout moong dal to avail their maximum amount of nutrients, you can sprout methi seeds too to make them more beneficial for your health.
Methi recipes:You'll find fenugreek or commonly known as methi in almost every Indian kitchen. Be it methi dana or the fresh pungent leaves or the aromatic fenugreek powder, it can be used in several ways. ...
Fenugreek Seeds For Hairfall: 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.
Not just diabetes, methi tea brewed with methi seeds helps in tackling a whole range of other health problems also.
Methi Tea Benefits: Include it in your daily diet and make the best use of this winter herb.
Methi dana or methi seeds or fenugreek seeds are often seen as a superfood for diabetes management. Not only is it rich in fibre but also replete with antioxidants
Methi contains an adequate amount of fibre that helps slow down the digestion process, further regulating the absorption of carbohydrates and sugar.
Diabetes Diet: Idli is a staple south Indian breakfast that is loved across age groups. Here's how you can make a diabetic-friendly idli with methi seeds and moong dal at home.
This chicken recipe posted on the NDTV Food's YouTube channel is made using an achaari marinade and spicy tadka. Other ingredients used in this snack recipe are kalonji, yellow mustard seeds, methi seeds, white pepper ...
This recipe boasts of the rich flavours of raw mango and onion that get enhanced with the inclusion of spices like Kashmiri red chilli powder, mustard (rai) seeds, fenugreek (methi) seeds etc.