Methi Peanut Sabji

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15 mins Cooking Time
2 Servings
Diversity score info

Diversity Score defines how nutritionally diverse your food is. It reflects the concept that increasing the variety of foods in the diet helps to ensure adequate intake of essential nutrients.

Grains, root and tubers
Meats & Fish
Nuts & Seeds
Green Leafy Vegetables
Vitamin A Rich Fruits and Vegetables
Sources of Calories
Protein 16%
Carbs 20%
Fats 64%
Antioxidant Rich
Lactose Free
Gluten Free

Methi peanut sabzi is a popular western Indian gluten-free, lactose-free, low carb, zero in trans fat, suited for a paleo diet, vegetarian & vegan dish typically served for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The flavours of this savoury leafy vegetable dish are refined and wholesome. Rich in antioxidants and nutrient-rich with a good dose of calcium, iron & fibre makes this a flavourful healthy choice for your meal.


  • 1.5 cup Chopped Fenugreek (Methi)
  • 2 tbsp Peanuts Powder
  • 1/4 cup Chopped Onion
  • 1 tsp Chopped Green Chilli
  • 1 tsp Chopped Garlic
  • 1/4 tsp Salt
  • 1 tsp Oil


  • Step 1

    In a kadhai, add oil

  • Step 2

    Add chopped green chilli, garlic, chopped onion, chopped methi leaves

  • Step 3

    Add salt, peanuts powder and mix well

  • Step 4

    Serve with chapati

Healthy Twist

For healthy glowing skin and improved Vitamin E levels, add a teaspoon of Sunflower seeds

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Approximate values
Serving Size Medium Bowl(78gm)
Amount Per ServingCalories


% Daily Value *
Total Carbohydrate 5gm 1.8%
Dietary Fiber 4gm 14.3%
Protein 5gm 9.6%
Total Fat 8gm 10.2%

*Percentage Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Disclaimer: Nutrition information is based on standard serving sizes and recipes as prepared by Fitterfly. Actual nutritional values may vary because of variations in portion size or recipes, continuous data changes by these sources, changes in growing seasons, or differences in the sources of ingredients. We may update this information from time to time and change the way we calculate Nutrition data. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice, but calorie needs vary based on multiple factors. For some ingredients, nutrient information is not available and they may not reflect accurately in the Label. Please consult your doctor or a Registered Dietitian if you are on a medically restricted diet.

Reference: Indian Food Composition Tables 2017, National Institute of Nutrition; Nutritive Value of Indian Foods 2016, National Institute of Nutrition (Indian Council of Medical Research)


How long would it take burn 113 kcals ?

  • Walking (3 mph ) 33 minutes
  • Running (6 mph ) 19 minutes
  • Bicycling 16 minutes

Values estimated based on person weighing 60 kgs.

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