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Methi Paratha – How to make Methi Paratha Recipe: Extremely delicious, soft and quick paratha recipe using whole wheat flour, fresh methi or kasuri meth, water, and seasoning. Perfect for any meal or packed lunches. This recipe makes 10 Paratha.
Hey Everyone hope you had a great weekend and today I’m talking all things ‘Methi Paratha’ as they are one of my MOST Favorite Paratha or Indian Flatbread and I simply Cannot resist them ever!!
We are going to discuss in details about:
They are soft and delicious Indian Paratha/Flatbreads made using flour, water, oil, seasoning and methi leaves (Fenugreek Leaves).
Methi Leaves is the heart and soul of this recipe and you cannot make this recipe without it But you can definitely make it using Fresh Methi or Dry Kasuri Methi leaves.
They have been an extremely popular Paratha recipe all over India and is often loved by kids for lunch, although I loved it for office lunch too (so did my colleagues) 🙂
They are easy to pack and tastes great as is or with pickle/curry or even a dry Indian veggie.
They are easy to make, healthy and because of the mix of flour, they fill you up for good 4-5 hours.
Here’s a picture of Fresh Methi Leaves & Dry Kasuri Methi Leaves (both easily available in Indian stores):
For a lot of you who might be seeing this ingredient for the first time, the fresh leaves resemble ‘watercress leaves’ but has a slightly different flavor.
In India, these leaves (both fresh and dry) are used in many recipes from curry, sauteed vegetables, dry snacks or flatbread.
Our favorite way to have them is to use them in a Methi Paratha and serve it with a quick curry or pickle.
I’m diving the process into 2 main steps to simplify the recipe further:
Make the Methi Paratha Dough:
How to Make the Methi Paratha:
Whenever I make them, I usually make a couple of extra parathas to be used later as an evening snack with a hot cuppa tea …. you seriously need to try this combination too, it tastes heavenly.
Although these parathas are self sufficient and donot need any add-ons but we can still serve them with:
Onion-Tomato Salad or Any Light Salad
Curries like Potato curry, paneer curry, etc
Raita (Indian Yogurt Dip)
These parathas can stay out overnight in an airtight container. We just need to place the paratha in a kitchen towel or paper towel.
They can be stored in the fridge for 5 days (wrapped in foil/paper towel) and kept in an airtight container or cling wrap.
Tried Our Recipe – AWESOME!!!
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1/2 Cup Fresh Methi Leaves - You can use 2 Tbsp Dry Kasuri Methi