Methi Pulaao | Fresh Fenugreek Leaves

Fresh Fenugreek or Methi leaves are my other winter favorite after carrots. These leaves were available abundantly in winters growing up in India. My mother would make it a part of our meals one way or the other. She would add it to lentils, or in rice, make a vegetable stir-fry, or parathas flavored with it. You name it and my mother had it covered! She would even dry a big batch and stock for summers as these greens can be found only in winters. Methi is one of the greatest gifts from Mother Nature to us. Not only does it taste divine but has a gazillion health benefits from hair to skin to heart and bowels. This is definitely one green, which needs to be included more in our diets. So, I try and make the most of it when it is available in winters, and this time I have also started to dry and stock for the summer. The pulaao has been a massive hit in the household ever since we first tried it. I add loads of fresh vegetables like mushrooms, carrots, and peas to make this a one-pot meal for the kids. Here is the recipe … Continue reading Methi Pulaao | Fresh Fenugreek Leaves