Alu Methi Sprouts ki Sabzi

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September 14, 2015


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Calling all Methi lovers…A Huttke Sabzi that recreates the classic Alu Methi in a whole new way!
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Method:
Soak methi seeds overnight. Wash drain and cover with wet paper towel. Repeat this twice a day, for 4-5 days till you have nice long sprouts.
Cut potatoes into long thin pieces. Heat oil, add jeera, minced ginger and green chillies, followed by the potato. Add salt & red chilli pwdr to taste. Saute potatoes till they are cooked through.
Now add washed and drained methi sprouts along with some amchoor. Adjust salt if needed. Cook for a couple of minutes…ready! Serve with garma garam Daal Roti!

9 comments on “Alu Methi Sprouts ki Sabzi

  1. May 5, 2014 Kanchan

    My methi seeds are yellow.How come yours are green ?

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    • May 5, 2014 ruchiairen

      Mine are yellow too, after sprouting they turn color! The green you see is the leaves that began to sprout after almost a week!:-)

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  2. September 15, 2015 yamini

    Ruchi do you need to keep resoaking them…drying them n resoaking them for 4 days…. caused i soaked n dried n tried to sprout them but they caught fungus…

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    • September 15, 2015 ruchiairen

      I soak methi seeds overnight. Next day drain away all water and cover with damp cloth. Then for the next 3-4 days.rinse, drain and cover 3 times a day. Your sprouts should be ready by the end of the 4 th day.

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  3. September 17, 2015 Vani

    This is a great recipe. Tried it yesterday & loved it

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  4. September 20, 2015 Hiral

    I tried this recipe and I cannot believe how tasty it is!! It was amazing to see methi seeds sprout ?

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  5. September 21, 2015 beenachavan

    My methi sprouts got all Kadwaa… how do I get the taste right?

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    • September 22, 2015 ruchiairen

      The longer you sprout them, the less bitter they will be! Toss them in salt n lemon juice, that reduces the taste of bitterness too!

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