Indian Saag Recipe
Indian saag is a curry of cooked mustard greens and spinach, tasty with naan bread.
Saag paneer is a classic Indian dish of cooked spinach studded with cubed of fried paneer cheese. Thickened with cream or coconut milk, it's a hearty and filling vegetarian meal.
The classic Indian chicken and spinach dish gets richness from sour cream.
Mustard and cumin seeds pop and sizzle alongside cauliflower, potatoes, and wilted collard greens in this weeknight aloo gobi saag recipe.
I made the recipe as stated. I'm not sure if it was user error, but there was a decided pea-nutty flavor and WAY too salty. With adjustments this would be tasty and pleasing to my husband and myself.
This saag turned out great. Saag paneer is my favorite dish in Indian restaurants, and this version didn't dissapoint. I used swiss chard that I had in my freezer from my garden this past summer, and some spinach. I made homemade paneer and I also stirred in some plain yogurt at the end for a creamier texture. It was great!
YUM! this is a great saag recipe! It came out great! I used 1lb Spinach, 1/2 lb rainbow chard and 1/2 lb collard greens. This dish stole the show for our Indian Food night. Everyone loved it! I was surprised how much the greens cooked down. I was sure there'd be leftovers but it was all devoured! Thanks for the great recipe -I'll be making this again in the future!
This dish is based on the classic and popular Indian saag or saag paneer. In this case, kale stands in for mustard greens and the cream is left out.
Cook plain lentils with Indian spices such as turmeric and garam masala and you get this delicious, authentic dahl. This recipe uses spinach and coconut milk, which is optional. Perfect addition to rice and curry.
YUM! This is the most perfect Saag recipe I have ever tried. I substituded a full head of kale for 3/4 of the spinach, simmered it for an extra 10 minutes to break down the kale. It was PERFECT!