Bajari Methi Bhakhri is a traditional Indian flatbread made with a combination of bajra (pearl millet) flour and fresh fenugreek leaves (methi). The dough is prepared by mixing these ingredients along with water and sometimes other seasonings like salt and spices. The mixture is then kneaded to form a smooth dough, which is divided into small portions and rolled into flat, round discs. These discs are then cooked on a griddle or skillet until they puff up and develop a golden-brown color. Bajari Methi Bhakhri is commonly enjoyed with yogurt, pickles, or a variety of side dishes, making it a wholesome and flavorful addition to Indian cuisine.