Methi Roti and Methi Peas Pulav



Ingredients

2 cups wheat flour
Salt to taste
A small bunch of fenugreek leaves/methi (cleaned and finely chopped)
Oil

Make a soft dough of the flour, salt and methi leaves and let it rest for five to ten minutes. Roll out into thick rotis and cook it on hot tava with little oil till brown spots appear on both sides.

Serve hot with side dish of your choice.
Pls note that resting the flour for a longer time, chopping the fenugreek leaves ahead of dough preparation and cooking the roti for a longer time would make the roti bitter.

Another dish with fenugreek leaves is Methi Peas Pulav


These two dishes are my entries to the Herb Mania event started by Dee of Ammalu's kitchen and guest hosted by Red chillies with the theme of Fenugreek.



14 comments:

Valarmathi said...

Looks delicious. Methi pulav never tried this. I will try sometime :)

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Makes me feel hungry...I like this series"no onion ,no garlic recipes"

Jayashree said...

The methi pulao looks delicious and colourful.

Usha said...

Both of these look simple and yummy :)

sowmya said...

i love methi rice..long tiem i made it..we are not getting methi these days!!

Priti said...

Both looks yummy...never tired methi pulav though!

Cham said...

I ven't made methi pulav for long time , looks delicious EC

Illatharasi said...

I like methi rotis than pulav ;) too tempting.....

Vani said...

Both look fab, EC! Something for you in my latest post. Take a look when you get a chance!

Madhavi said...

Lovely combo EC, look delicious !!!

Superchef said...

love methi in all forms..good entry..

notyet100 said...

neat combo,..ec,..waitin for u to be back,..:-)

SriLekha said...

wow! looking delicious!

Sireesha said...

WOW.both dishes are looking Superb and GR8

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