- Cooked rice – 1.5 cup
- Fresh fenugreek leaves – Thinly sliced 1.5 cup tightly packed
- Garlic – 3 clove, minced
- Onion – 1/2, thinly sliced
- Green chilies – 1-2, minced
- Cunim seeds – 1/2 teaspoon
- Olive oil – 2 teaspoon
- Egg – 2, scrambled
- Salt and pepper – as per taste
- Some fresh coriander leaves to garnish
In heat oil a large pan or wok, Add the cumin seeds and allow to splatter. Now add the garlic, chili and onions in olive oil on a medium/high heat, until onions become soft and transparent.
Add the fenugreek leaves and cook for a minute or two. Stir in scrambled eggs, .Add the rice, Salt and pepper and cook stirring frequently for about 3-4 minutes.
Turn off the heat, Garnish with coriander leaves and serve warm.
16 thoughts on “Fenugreek fried rice”
lovely, yummy rice. nice clicks as usual, Rekha.
Delicious fried rice….
that's a really healthy one pot meal… looks so yum…
Delicious and flavorful rice.. very healthy too 🙂
That fenugreek leaves are still an issue. I seem not able to get them. Love the simplicity of rice and of course, fried rice is my all time fav.
Healthy rice. love it
I've never been a fan of methi, though I love methi paratha a lot 🙂 The dish looks very colorful and nice, I'm sure it taste great!
Methi is my favourite be it in any form. The aroma that gets released when the methi gets cooked is simply so tempting. This methi rice must be so tasty!!!!
Healthy and delicious fried rice sis….
My experience with fresh Methi was not that great. Did you use knife to chop the Methi? Does that increases the bitterness? I want to try the aloo Methi paratha at home, but always puts the bunch of fresh Methi at the side thinking it will be bitter. If you know any tips to use Methi let me know.
I love methi paratha but this is new to me…looks super healthy and delish..will try it as soon as I get some fenugreek leaves.
Hi Shibi, thank you!
The rice was not bitter; atleast for us. Infact my 5 yr old simply loved it. If you don't want to chop them then you use the leaves as it is. That's how my MIL makes it.
Thanks Rekha, I will use that tip.
Oh my my! I am drooling over the idea of fenugreek rice! Fenugreek is my absolutely favorite – such a distinct flavor and aroma while cooked! I never thought I can put that in rice 🙂 Now, I have to try this!
Nice! Methi and eggs is quite an unusual combination
Thank you Aruna 🙂