Baked Methi Muthias


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Traditionally muthias are either steamed or fried, but I have baked them here with just a teaspoon of oil and ended up with splendid results. A tasty way to get a light baked snack on the table in a jiffy. Fenugreek (methi) leaves used enrich this recipe with vitamin A, iron and calcium. These methi muthias are sure to gather praise from all those who taste this wonderful and attractive creation. These can also be added to a tomato gravy to make a delightful vegetable dish served along with phulkas.

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Preparation Time: 
Baking Time: 7 to 8 mins.
Baking Temperature: 200°C (400°F)
Makes 8 muthias.
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Ingredients

Method
  1. Mix all the ingredients in a bowl and knead into a soft dough using a little water.
  2. Divide the dough into 8 equal portions, shape into even sized rounds and flatten them by placing between your palms.
  3. Place on a greased baking tray and bake in a pre-heated oven at 200°c (400°f) for 7 to 8 minutes.
  4. Serve hot.
Nutrient values per muthia
AmtEnergyProteinChoFatVit AVit CCalciumIronF. AcidFibre
14 gm38 kcal1.4 gm6.1 gm0.9 gm93.2 mcg2.3 mg18.8 mg0.5 mg6.6 mcg0.2 gm
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Mruga DOctober 01, 2013

I made this muthias to use in some vegetable...as i was not very keen to have deep-fried one's...and i just loved it!!....it is not only low cal but full of nutrients like Iron and Vitamin A.

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Reviewed November 06, 2011by Eat to live

Very good low calorie recipe!

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Reviewed October 01, 2013by Mruga D

I made this muthias to use in some vegetable...as i was not very keen to have deep-fried one's...and i just loved it!!....it is not only low cal but full of nutrients like Iron and Vitamin A.

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Reviewed October 01, 2013by n_katira

A healthy non-fried option made in a jiffy.

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