Spicy Spinach and Methi Muthiya

Spicy Spinach and Methi Muthiya

This is a vegetarian recipe submitted by RNT Family member Nipa Patel.

Recipe Information

Name of dish: Spicy Spinach and Methi Muthiya
Type of meal: Snack
Dietary info: Vegetarian
Time to prepare: 10-15 Mins
Time to cook: 20-30 Mins
Serves: 3


Total Calories: 134.5
Protein in g: 5.5g
Carbs in g: 22.15g
Fats in g: 2.45g


35g x 3 rolled oats
60g 0% fage yogurt approx
Ginger piece, 5g
Indian Chillies x 4 (dependent on spice)
Fresh methi bunch
Fresh spinach bunch
Red chilli powder to taste
Turmeric x 1 tspn
Coriander powder x 1 tspn
Jeera powder x 1 tspn
Salt 1 teaspoon
1 Cal spray
Mustard seeds x 1/2 tsp
Sesame seeds x 1 tsp

Method of cooking:

Step 1)
Blend oats to fine consistency together with ginger, chillies, spinach and meethi. Empty into a bowl and add yogurt, turmeric, coriander powder, chilli powder, Jeera powder and salt. Need into a dough. This will be just a little sticky. Please note no water is required as the yogurt replaces it. Roll into long roll or desired shape.
Steam the muthiya for 20 mins on low heat. Remove and cut into pieces.
Step 2)
Use 1 Cal spray for vaghar (tadka), once mustard and sesame seeds pop, add cut pieces of muthiya.

Are there any general substitutions that can be made? (vegetarian or meat options, depending):

Any additional notes you’d like to share on when it’s good in the context of the journey, and who it may be best for:
Can be used in the Process Phase onwards

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