Quick n Easy Sarson ka Saag


December 2, 2015

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

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!

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!


6 comments on “Quick n Easy Sarson ka Saag

  1. January 23, 2014 Parul

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

    • 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!

      • January 23, 2014 Parul

        Which brand whipped cream u use ??

        • 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 ??

          • 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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