One of the best ways to add fenugreek to your diet is to make fenugreek parathas and consume them at least once a week. You can incorporate methi seeds in vaghar or theplas or parathas.
Drinking fenugreek water early in the morning not only boosts your immune health but also prevents you from a wide range of infectious diseases.
Fenugreek when taken with a teaspoon of lemon and honey reduces fever by nourishing the body. It also exerts a soothing effect on the mucilage thereby relieving cough and pain caused by a sore throat.
Sprouted fenugreek seeds are slightly bitter and refreshingly crunchy with tons of health benefits. It is a powerhouse of many B vitamins, vitamin A and C as well as minerals such as iron, potassium, calcium, selenium, copper, zinc, manganese and magnesium
Dal tadka is a simple yellow lentil preparation common in every Indian household. In this recipe, fresh fenugreek leaves add a delicious and aromatic touch to the everyday lentil curry
You’ve got your haldi, dhaniya, jeera and others in your blend of spices, so why wait to add methi to your everyday routine? Use this simple way to add these magic seeds and live a healthier life.
An Indian traditional sweet made with fenugreek seeds, ginger, saunf and jaggery is Methi ladoo.
Drink herbal-infusion tea of fenugreek once or twice a day to lower your blood cholesterol levels.