Fenugreek Leaves is a versatile herb with many culinary uses. A pinch of crushed fenugreek leaves used during cooking, allows the herbal taste to blend with other flavors, or as a finishing spice or garnish. It is also used as a natural medicine in Ayurvedic practices.
- Balance cholesterol. - Improves bowel movement - Soothe upset stomach and digestive problems and muscle pain. - Reduces menstrual cramps. - Reduces fat mass. - Maintain liver and kidney health
Our Kasuri methi, or naturally dried fenugreek leaves, are high-quality, versatile and fragrant herbs with many culinary uses. The condiment can make any basic recipe, finger-licking good! Sprinkling dried leaves is often a part of garnishing. Garnish our methi on the following delicacies:
Add to Indian stews like ‘Aloo Methi’ and ‘Mattar malai methi’.
Infuse in your dough to make Rotis and Paranthas
Make gravies, curries and flavourful raita
Benefits: Some amazing benefits of this spice cum herb are:
Prevent skin diseases
Ease gastrointestinal problems
Reduce menstrual cramps
Product names in different languages
Hindi - Kasuri Methi
Telugu - Menthulu
Malayalam - Uluva
Tamil - Ventaya Vitaikal
Kannada - Mente Kalu
Marathi - Methi dane
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Kasuri methi is commonly added to curries, dal, and vegetable dishes. Dried Fenugreek leaves can also be used as a seasoning for bread, such as naan or paratha.
Kasuri methi can be stored for up to 6 months if stored in an airtight container in a cool, dry place. It is important to keep it away from moisture and sunlight to prevent spoilage.
Yes, dried fenugreek leaves can be used as a substitute for fresh kasuri methi. However, the flavour and aroma may differ slightly. To use dried methi leaves, crush them finely and add them to the dish towards the end of the cooking process.
Yes, kasoori methi is gluten-free and can be safely consumed by people with gluten intolerance or celiac disease.
While fenugreek leaves are commonly used in Indian cuisine, they can also be used in other cuisines as a seasoning for dishes that call for a slightly bitter and nutty flavour. It can be added to soups, stews, and marinades.
Dried Fenugreek leaves have been used in traditional medicine to treat various ailments such as fever, digestive issues, and respiratory problems. However, it is essential to consult with a healthcare provider before using it for medicinal purposes.