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[mass noun] Fenugreek.
- ‘Another spice, fenugreek, also known as methi, has shown to decrease blood glucose, LDL cholesterol, VLDL cholesterol and triglycerides.’
- ‘On offer that day were the people's favourite, chicken tikka masala, chicken tikka dansak, chicken tikka shashlik, lamb tikka shahee, mixed dupiaza, prawn dupiaza, vegetable methi and vegetable balti.’
- ‘Sambhaar powder is made of coarsely ground yellow mustard powder, coarsely ground methi, chilli powder, salt, asafoetida and turmeric’
- ‘Popularly known as methi, fenugreek seeds are an essential spice of an Indian kitchen.’
- ‘Add the corn flour or maida, kasooti methi, masala powder, chilli powder and salt.’
Sanskrit, Hindi methī, from Dravidian.
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