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Kasoori Methi

Kasoori Methi
Kasoori Methi

Kasoori Methi (noun.) The sun-dried leaves of fenugreek (Trigonella Foenum Graecum) are used as kasoori methi in the Indian cuisine. Dry fenugreek leaves have a taste like celery and fennel; although some find its taste resemble maple syrup. It is slightly bitter but is aromatic and adds a unique flavour to meat or vegetable recipes. In all type of Indian curries, the paste of cardamom (Ilaichi), chillies( Lal Mirch powder), and ginger( Adrak) are added.

Kasoori methi has a wonderful flavour and it adds distinct aroma and taste too buttery recipes like Paneer makhani, Chicken curry and dal makhani that adds flavour to the cream-based curries. Fenugreek is used in many cultures stretching from the Mediterranean to India. It’s notably used in Turkish, Persian, Egyptian, Ethiopian, and Yemeni cooking. Fenugreek is one of the few plants that are used as a seasoning both in seed form and leaf form like coriander.

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