Gujarati Methi Thepla Recipe

Taste of Tradition and Flavors

Including methi roti in your regular diet can be beneficial for your heart health. It has the potential to lower bad cholesterol, also known as LDL levels, which helps prevent heart-related issues such as heart attacks or strokes.


2 cups - Whole wheat flour 1 cup - Fenugreek leaves finely chopped (Methi) ¼ cup - Yogurt ½ tsp - Turmeric powder ½ tsp - Coriander powder ½ tsp - Jeera powder ½ tbsp - Ginger garlic paste ½ tsp - Green chili paste


In a large bowl, combine whole wheat flour with fenugreek leaves (methi), turmeric powder, coriander powder, jeera powder, ginger garlic paste, green chili paste, and salt.

STEP - 1

Mix yogurt into the mixture and knead it with water as needed until you have a firm and smooth dough.

STEP - 2

Coat the dough with oil, cover, and let it rest for 15-20 minutes. Preheat an iron skillet on low to medium heat. Divide the dough into equal portions.

STEP - 3

Roll and flatten the thepla portions between your palms. Dust with flour and roll into thin circles, dusting as needed to prevent sticking.

STEP - 4

Roll out each portion into a circle and place one of the rolled-out dough on the preheated skillet. Flip the thepla when you see air pockets appearing.

STEP - 5

Add some oil to the skillet and, using a spatula, cook the thepla by lightly pressing and flipping it.

STEP - 6

Cook theplas until they have light brown spots on both sides. Stack and keep them warm for serving.

STEP - 7