Come winter and its methi growing in gardens, farms and in vegetable shops here in Pune. Popularly known as Fenugreek it also falls in the category of an herb.

Fenugreek or common methi

It not only tastes great when cooked but has immense health benefits too. It’s very easy to grow and is ready for harvest in just a few weeks. Some common benefits that I know of are lowering cholesterol levels. Some people claim cardiovascular benefits also. But its anti diabetic properties are well known.

Baby methi

Then there is the a tiny leaved methi which tastes even more better – some call it ‘baby methi’. Baby methi parathas taste delicious (almost like a snack) when you have it for a winter morning breakfast.

Grow & enjoy Methi and be healthy too!




About dilipnaidu

An open mind! Love to share my thoughts and a keenness to learn. An engineer and a MBA I had a wonderful innings in the Army and later moved to consultancy and teaching. My current interests are music and growing culinary herbs. Love to play golf and do yoga regularly. I am serious on "Living life less seriously". A warm welcome to you be well and be cheerful always.

4 responses »

  1. Hello Sir,

    Wow, Methi has so many benefits, I really didn’t knew about all this!
    Wonderful reading about the benefits of something that you enjoy eating it.

  2. sohandhande says:

    wow… sir, the Methi pics look so tempting.
    I became familiar with the Term “Fenugreek” during my Hotel Management days 🙂
    Just to add another im benefit of this herb – it contains immense IRON. Awesome source of haemoglobin.

    Sohan Dhande.

    • dilipnaidu says:

      Hey Sohan thanks for the visit and the additional inputs on Fenugreek. Your comments inspire me to continue blogging more frequently n Jugnoo Farms 🙂

      Fond regards.

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