CATEGORY Fenugreek Leaves ~ Methi Leaves

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Methi Chili Garlic Shrimp

Methi chili garlic shrimp is a variation of chili garlic shrimp I posted this day, last year. The recipe from last year evolved over the months and today’s recipe is what I make regularly, with or without methi leaves. When I made it couple of weekends ago, I warned Mr U lunch was going to…

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Fenugreek Leaves Moong Dal Curry ~ Menthi Aaku Pesaru Pappu Koora

Letter ‘F’ was one of the tough letters in this A-Z challenge, Journey Through the Telangana Cuisine. I could not think of any regional food that starts with ‘F’. As I mentioned in my first post, there are a couple of extra clauses to the theme when dealing with such tough letters. One of them…

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A bowl of gajar methi subzi or carrot fenugreek stir fry

Gajar Methi Subzi ~ Carrot Fenugreek Stir Fry, Haryana

Gajar methi subzi is a simple stir fry with carrots and fenugreek leaves. It pairs well with both rice and Indian flatbreads. Jump to recipe or Pin It for later Haryana Indian Food Odyssey, culinary journey through Indian states goes to Haryana, to taste gajar methi subzi. Haryana is a north Indian state carved out…

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Fenugreek Dal Stir Fry, Fenugreek Leaves Cook Toor Dal Stir Fry, Menthi Aaku Pappu Koora, Cooking With Pedatha

Fresh Fenugreek Leaves & Cooked Dal Stir Fry

For this week’s marathon, my theme is picking two ingredients from a given list and cooking with those two ingredients from a cookbook. For today, my ingredients are greens and toor dal. My greens are fresh fenugreek leaves aka menthi koora. Here the fresh fenugreek leaves are stir fried with pre-cooked toor dal. This is…

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methi gobhi, methi ghobhi, methi phool gobhi, cauliflower methi, cauliflower fenugreek

Fenugreek Cauliflower Stir Fry

I use fenugreek aka methi extensively in my cooking, both as a herb and as a spice.  However, I do not use it as a fresh herb, as much as my mom, aunts and cousins do.  This herb is a must ingredient for tadka or popu in all their curries, stir fries, gravies and pulaos…

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