This delicious methi parantha recipe, which is quick and easy to prepare and packs a punch of nutrition for the first meal of the day.
Methi na gota is a soft and fluffy pakoda that looks quite similar to Maharastrian batata vada or South Indian aloo bonda.
Not just diabetes, methi tea brewed with methi seeds helps in tackling a whole range of other health problems also.
Methi malai matar is nothing like ordinary Indian curries or dishes. It is creamy, white in colour and tastes like an Italian dish.
An earlier study, published in the European Respiratory Journal, stated that the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties in methi may have positive effects on our lungs.
A quintessential Gujarati flatbread, thepla serves as a perfect travel food as it is easy to carry and eat.
From fighting cold and flu to strengthening immunity to managing cholesterol and diabetes, many experts believe that spices have influential role in healing us from within.
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.
Kasuri methi is easily available at every grocery store around the year, but you can also make them at home, without any added colours, flavours or preservatives.
Diabetes diet: Roti made with jowar flour and methi leaves is an excellent choice for winters. Both the foods are nutrient-rich and have anti-diabetes properties.