- 2 Cups wheat flour
- 1/2 cup semolina
- 1/2 cup methi leaves – finely chopped
- 2 tbsp ghee
- salt to taste
This methi khasta roti is a fun and healthy take on the traditional plain roti. The methi, or fenugreek has an entire host of healthy properties that make it a wonderful vegetarian option for people with meat restricted diets. The khasta, a mixture of spicy moong dal gives this roti a lot of flavor and makes it a great snack on hot days. The spicy content will keep you refreshed and help you cool down when the heat gets to be overbearing. Try covering this roti with your favorite curry and you won’t be disappointed.
The main ingredient in this dish, fenugreek has many health benefits that you may not be aware of. Fenugreek is an interesting plant; it can be utilized in three ways. The leaves can be dried and turned into herbs, the seeds ground into spices, or it can be eaten as a vegetable. However you choose to consume it is up to you; you’ll still get the health benefits. Fenugreek can help with anemia, loss of taste, respiratory disorders, inflammation, insomnia, and even dandruff.
How to Make Methi Khasta Roti
Note: It should not be soft to not lose the crumble texture.
Note: You can apply little oil/ghee.
Fenugreek is also known as Greek hay.