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Fenugreek leaves or Methi leaves are one of the most widely used green leafy vegetables. These aromatic, bitter leaves can instantly enhance the flavour of any food and are used in many cuisines, particularly Indian. The word “Fenugreek” is said to have been derived from the Latin language and literally means “Greek hay”. It is commonly referred with the names “Kasoori Methi” (Hindi), “Menthi Koora” (Telugu), “Methi Saag” (Bengali), “Venthikaya Keera” (Tamil) and “Menthya Soppu” (Malayalam).
Dishes you could try with methi:
Avoid overcooking these leaves. The best way to cook these leaves is by first blanching them and then using them in meal preparation.
Fenugreek leaves are rich in fibre and have high amounts of Vitamins and minerals. Fenugreek leaves are used widely for its medicinal benefits to treat diabetes, constipation and even kidney ailments.