Methi Thepla is the most popular Gujarati breakfast dish. Made with fenugreek leaves (methi leaves), it is rich in proteins, fibre, iron and vitamin B6. Methi leaves are mixed with wheat flour and spices, kneaded, rolled out and cooked like a roti. It is ideal as a breakfast dish, midday snack or as a side dish with the main course.
Thepla is best served with curd, mint chutney and choice of pickles. Theplas can also be made into small rolls for kids with different kinds of fillings.
The best part about methi thepla is it stays good for few days, so it can be made in advance and consumed throughout the week. Often served with a pickle, they are a great snack and also ideal for long journeys as they stay good for several days.
Methi Thepla Recipe
Ingredients for Methi Thepla
- 250 g Wheat Flour
- 60 g Gram Flour
- 1 bunch Methi / Fenugreek Leaves / Vendhaya Keerai approx 200 - 250 g
- 1 tsp Omam (Ajwain)
- 1 tsp Garam Masala Powder
- 1 tsp Turmeric Powder
- little Sugar
- as required Curd to knead the dough
- as required Oil
- as per taste Salt
How to make Methi Thepla
- Combine all the ingredients, except oil, in a bowl.
- Mix well until it has a roti/chapati dough consistency.
- Make small-medium balls and roll them out into flat rotis (theplas).
- Heat a non-stick flat pan over medium flame.
- Cook the prepared theplas on both sides adding little oil around the edges.
- Serve with side dish of choice.
How many grams( a bunch) should be of methi as a bunch is of 200-250gms./500gms and so forth? Secondly, acc.to you 1 cup= ?. Please respond.
A standard size bunch of methi is around 200 to 250 grams.
1 cup should be approx 125 grams