Fenugreek ,Fenugreek /Methi Leaves bitter marvels

Fenugreek ,Fenugreek /Methi Leaves bitter marvels

fenugreekseeds and leaves





What is the secrets of Fenugreek seeds in cooking? How this herb helps in your health,best benefits, medicinal values? Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum L.)


What is the secrets of Fenugreek seeds in cooking? How this herb helps in your health,best benefits,medicinal values?

Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum L.) dried Leaves Herbs Treat and Taste How to use this slightly sweet, nutty flavor herb (Fenugreek seeds ,Fenugreek Leaves,Fenugreek dried Leaves)

Fenugreek is really wonder spice that is widely used in indian kitchens.Fenugreek/Methi seeds possess a strong flavour and are bitter in taste. Fenugreek is an annual herb with a slightly sweet, nutty flavor often described as a cross between celery and maple. The seeds can be used whole or ground and are commonly found in curry powder. Traditional uses included stimulating appetite, easing gastrointestinal problems and inducing childbirth. Today, fenugreek seeds are more commonly used to treat high cholesterol, diabetes and skin rashes, and also as a way to stimulate production of breast milk.

Different forms of Fenugreek

Methi-or-Fenugreek-Benefits seeds and leaves




Fenugreek seeds,Fenugreed leaves,Fenugreek Dried leaves,either whole or ground, are called kasuri methi or Methi Leaf

Fenugreek /Methi seeds,Fenugreek /Methi Leaves,Dried leaves in cooking
Fenugreek seeds is very nice ingredient used in fish curries in south India. It’s also used in sambar, which is an important vegetable lentil stew, eaten in south India. They are also commonly added in pickles, in garnish, salads, soups, pasta and stir fries. The seeds are commonly used in roasted or sprouted form. Sprouted fenugreek seeds are also used in salads and sandwiches but they shouldn’t be cooked



Dried Fenugreek Leaves Kasuri Methi or Methi Leaf
Methi leaves, when consumed twice a day, cleanses the intestines and flushes out the waste from the body.
Fenugreek leaves are eaten in India as a vegetable.The fresh leaves are actually cooked as a green, much like spinach. In north India, they’ll also use the leaves in a dried form like this, crumbled up and added to a curry like a tikka masala or a buttered chicken, towards the end of the cooking.Typically the leaves are crumbled and sprinkled over meat and vegetable curries before serving.

Fenugreek wonderful benefits of health,beauty,hair etc..,


  • Cure for Acne/Blackheads and Wrinkles
  • Lightens Skin
  • Exfoliates Skin
  • Anti-Ageing Remedy
    2 teaspoon of  fenugreek paste A teaspoon of boiled milk to it. Mix it all well to form a smooth paste Apply this on your face and leave it for 20 minutes
    You can use this remedy twice a week to tone your facial skin