Quick n Easy Sarson ka Saag

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December 2, 2015


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A quick relatively simple way of making these delicious winter greens!

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Method
Chop sarson finely and pressure cook along with salt, chopped garlic, greenchillies, sliced ginger and about 1/4 cup cooked mashed rice. After the first whistle, simmer for another25-30 minutes. Open cooker add sauted onion tomato tadka…and blend a heaped tsp of makki ka atta mixed with a little water. Now simmer for another 20 minutes. Add chonk of ghee, hing, jeera, lal mirch. Top with some whipped white butter and enjoy with makki ki rotis!

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Makki ki roti, Sarson ka saag, SAATH Gur, safed makhan, kuti hui chutney aur mukka mara pyaz!
And for dessert there is besan ke laddu & Gajrella!

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6 comments on “Quick n Easy Sarson ka Saag

  1. January 23, 2014 Parul

    Hey how do u make white makhan in U.S?

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    • January 23, 2014 ruchiairen

      I use store bought whipped butter that tastes very similar. However you can buy fresh cream, use a hand mixer and beat it till butter forms, adding ice cubes towards the very end to help in the butter lumping together!

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      • January 23, 2014 Parul

        Which brand whipped cream u use ??

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        • January 23, 2014 Parul

          Whipped butter I mean not sure if we get here in Seattle or fresh cream do we get in indian store ??

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          • January 24, 2014 ruchiairen

            April, I use Breakstone’s whipped butter. I usually get whipping cream from Costco.

  2. December 6, 2015 Payal

    can you please share the recipe of kuti hui chutney? i m planning to make it tomorrow 🙂 thx in advance

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