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Baby Fenugreek (Methi) Sabzi Recipe

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Baby Fenugreek:

We all have eaten Methi (Fenugreek leaves) at some point in time. Did you all know that a smaller version ( baby Fenugreek / Methi) also exists? How many of you have tastes this? I am sure many would still wonder what I am talking about. Well, here is a glimpse of this small Methi. See if you can relate with this and recollect if you have tasted this.  For those who have not, this is available during winters and rainy seasons and comes in small bundles. Here is a pic to depict the same.

Today I will show you a simple recipe to make the Baby Methi Sabzi. Here goes:


Baby fenugreek : 10 Bundles (4 Cups approx)

Potato (Medium size) – 2 nos

Onion (Medium size) – 4 nos

Olive Oil – 2 Tbsp

Garlic pods, sliced – 10-12

Green Chili – 4-5

Turmeric powder – 1 tsp

Salt – as needed

Grated fresh coconut -1 small cup


Chop off all the roots of the full small Fenugreek bunches. Cut the small bunches in fairly chopped portions. Fine chop Onions and Garlic. Chop Potatoes as desired, though small slices preferred. Cut chilis in two and slit open. Keep aside.

Heat Oil in a Pan. Put the chopped garlic and chilies and sauté. Add Onions and sauté till they leave the smell and turn pink. Sprinkle the Turmeric powder and stir well. Add the salt so that the potatoes can absorb it. Now add the potatoes and allow to cook on low flame for a few minutes. If the potatoes are fine chopped in small slices/pieces, they will cook fast without adding a single drop of water.

Finally Add the chopped Methi and Mix well. Cover and cook till done.

Open the lid and add 80-905 grated coconut and cover the lid again. Let it rest for a few minutes. Serve hot with the remaining coconut put on top as garnish. Enjoy the simple yet delicious recipe.

The Nutritional facts about the ingredients used are given below for your reference.

Uttpal K

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  1. rupam { xhobdo }

    January 8, 2017 at 10:51 am

    Loved to read, Thanks for sharing 🙂
    Wishing you a very Happy New Year.


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