How About Some Cultural Variety?     [Report Abuse]   

Posted by: kampungs     
Image By: NicolinePerhaps you're a bit bored of what's on the menu at home. Maybe you've been buying and preparing the same food for a while. If it's all you know how to cook, it makes sense, but why not try spicing up your meals a bit? Literally.
Indian food isn't for everyone, but you never know unless you try. It can also be very healthy, which is always a plus, no?
While you're at it, you could even try a little vegetarian. Here is one vegetarian recipe that is sure to tickle your fancy, if you like exotic food. Most ingredients can be found at your local supermarket, but you may have to do some exploring to find an Indian food store for certain things such as the ghee and garam masala. Although you may have to go out of your way to find said ingredients, variety is the spice of life and it will certainly be worth the cost.
Sarson ka saag
sarson greens
1 grated onion grated ginger and garlic - half a tablespoon for each
green chilies - 3
if preferred: grated cheese – 1 tablespoon
lemon juice
a bit of salt
ghee – 2 tablespoons
1 tbsp of oil
garam masala – half of a tablespoon
maize flour - 1 tablespoon
Chop up the sarson greens and spinach, then wash and drain. Place the oil in the pressure cooker to heat it up before adding the greens and chilies. Once heated, add the vegetables and chilies and stir in ginger and garlic. Add the salt and water. Cook until everything is ready and mash. Heat ghee and onion in a pan, stirring till they get brown. Add all the ingredients, minus the cheese. Stir well. Cook until the oil separates. Use cheese to garnish and serve hot.
A delicious new dish that is sure to please your taste buds.

Tags: Indian food, Sarson ka saag, sarson greens

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