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Friday, July 23, 2010

Methi Chaman

I am here in india and very much alive.Its been more than a month i came here but didn't get the internet connection at home.


Fenugreek leaves (methi leaves) 1 cup
Spinach leaves (palak leaves) 2 cups
Panner cubes 15 nos
Ginger garlic paste 1 tbsp
Cumin seeds 1/4 tsp
Onion 2 (fried and made into smooth paste)
Green chillies 2 slited
Coriander powder 1 tbsp
Red chilly powder 1tsp
Salt to taste
Oil 2 tbsp


Blanch methi and palak leaves.Strain water.Once cool grind both into smooth paste

Heat 1 tbsp oil in a pan and add paneer blocks. Fry these pieces on both the sides till they turn golden

Place them in a bowl of water for about 15 mins.Squeeze water and keep aside until use.
In the same pan take 1 tbsp of oil and fry cumin seeds.When it start to sizzles add ginger garlic paste.Saute till the raw smell disappears.

Then add onion paste,coriander powder,red chilly powder and salt.Fry till onion paste leaves the sides of the pan.

Next add spinach and methi paste and let it cook for 8-10 minutes on a low heat.Add a cup of strained water and bring into boil.

Drop the fried panner cubes and combine well.Let it cook it the gravy becomes thick.

Serve hot with rotis.

This curry goes to the event --Think spice--Think fenugreek hosted by priya of mharorajasthanrecipes,the event started by sunitha of sunita's world


  1. Wowwwww... looks amazing dear.. thanks for sharing this awesome recipe.. :)

  2. welcome back dear..yummy recipe...take care

  3. Wow such a healthy and tempting dish, never had them before..Enjoy ur vacation and come back with a bang..

  4. Hmm finally u r back...That looks so nice combo wid roti

  5. looking delicious and goes perfect with rotis

  6. NEw to me..Never tried palak gravy for chapathi ..must try :)

  7. Beautiful green colour would love with roties

  8. I sooooooooo wanted to try this out, and now I will for sure :)

    Please do send it to my "think spice: think fenugreek" event.


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