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Sarson Ka Sag

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Sarson Ka Sag Recipe, Palak, How To Make Sarson Ka Sag Recipe

sarson ka saag typically Punjabi (North Indian) dish tastes really nice with Makki Ki Roti (Indian maize flatbread) and a dollop of fresh butter. sarson ka saag is luscious green gravy from the Punjabi cuisine.

Sarson ka saag is a well-liked veggie recipe within the Punjab regions of India and Pakistan made out of mustard leaves and spices. The dish is among the most conventional method to make saag and it is generally offered with makki di roti. It may be topped with often butter or even more customarily with ghee. Some spinach may possibly be included to improve color and thicken the recipe, evidently this may affect the flavor.Read More..

About Recipe

Bachchali koora, Pasalai keerai, Palang sag

How to make Sarson Ka Sag

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Prep time
mins
Cook time
25 mins
Total time
25 mins
Sarson Ka Sag
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Spinach
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : September 11, 2017


Ingredients used in Sarson Ka Sag
• Corn flour - 2 tablespoons.
• Garam masala pdr - 1 pinch.
• Garlic - 4 clove.
• Ghee - 60 grams.
• Salt - 1 to taste.
• Onions - 50 grams.
• Ginger small - 1 piece.
• Gr chilli - 1 teaspoons.
• Spinach - 250 grams.
• Mustard leaves - 750 grams.
Method:

1. Wash and clean mustard greens and spinach
2. Cut finely and put into a pan with a cup of water and boil and blend to a fine paste
3. heat ghee add onions and Cook over a very slow fire till done .
4 .add ginger garlic paste, add corn flour and the paste of greens , gr chilli cooke well and finish of with garam masala
5. Serve hot with makki ki roti .






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Sarson ka saag is a well-liked veggie recipe within the Punjab regions of India and Pakistan made out of mustard leaves and spices. The dish is among the most conventional method to make saag and it is generally offered with makki di roti. It may be topped with often butter or even more customarily with ghee. Some spinach may possibly be included to improve color and thicken the recipe, evidently this may affect the flavor.

Sarson ka saag and makki di roti is definitely the delight of Punjab. The scrumptious veggie food is made from combination of nutritious winter green veggies which are prepared until wilted, then pureed to the rough blend and consumed having a traditional makki di roti. The saag and roti combination is merely including a large quantity of desi ghee. This sarson ka saag recipe may be the one desire you to definitely try it whenever you get the opportunity to and tell me how it happens.

 This renowned food from north India is made from a mix of green vegetables, particularly spinach and mustard leaves. Mustard leaves possess a distinctive taste that's slightly bitter but really satisfying to the taste buds. To be able to reduce the bitterness, the mustard leaves are initial cooked in boiling water with all the green spinach prior to being mixed and sautéed with flavorful materials like tomatoes and onions. A touch of spice powders increases the zest to this scrumptious subzi, which makes it a delicacy to the palate.

 Winters in India is an excellent time. A reduced sizzling hot summers, heat falls in 20s & 10s and also the tones soar. Together with warm blankets and quilts it provides by using it number of food, veggies, fruits and desserts. It is now time when veggie markets consist of rich green vegetables saags and veggies. And it is now time of sarson ka saag and makki ki roti. Sarson da saag is definitely the preferred recipe of winters.

 Like just about all green vegetables, mustard greens consist of anti-oxidants that shield the body from free radical injury. They are also a great resource of fibers, which will help to manage digestive system and minimize high-cholesterol. They provide a plentiful combination of vitamins, minerals, fiber along with protein.



 

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homout Posted on Thu Feb 11 2010

canzt4..you can buy a can of "Sohna" Sarson Ka Saag ready to add to the pan (already pureed) as he shows from the blender. Probably you can purchase it at your local Indian food store or here in Cda we can buy it at the Real Canadian Supers

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mcoolvj Posted on Wed Feb 17 2010

Its clarified butter, used in various indian dishes.

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utfsal Posted on Wed Feb 17 2010

Thank you!

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arjunchawdhry Posted on Fri Mar 12 2010

PAKI SOB

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kngsunny Posted on Wed Mar 24 2010

balle balle kamal kar diti,,...

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BGMLV Posted on Tue May 18 2010

God I love this more then just saag! ^_^

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Carrie Myers Posted on Sat May 29 2010

How are you this awesome???!!!!

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anjali kadiyan Posted on Tue Aug 03 2010

@ambarsariye1 yeah...... i lyk sanjay and his cooking style but this is not saaag..... i am frm haryana and we also make saag makki ki roti.. i think i remeber they also put some atta in it but nt sure but doesnt look lyk saag and i remeber my grandm

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chadhrar Posted on Sat Sep 04 2010

This is not the punjabi saag as it is cooked in punjab. Punjabis dont only add mustard leaves and neither the ratio of spinach and mustard is like that and another green vegetable is also added ina small ratio that is bathu. It also does not take so

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Abu Ubayd Posted on Thu Sep 09 2010

first ppl to start restaurants in the uk were bengalis ..

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msuuups21 Posted on Sun Sep 12 2010

i am getting hugry:D it looks yummy and so easy thanks

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addict3d2pool Posted on Tue Oct 12 2010

@bebovirgo it will taste bit wierd,....i think

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