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Learn how to make this warming Saag Recipe, a thick and luscious curry made from vibrant leafy greens and spices.

In the native tongue, this North Indian treasure is referred to as ‘Sarson da Saag’, a peppery blend of mustard leaves and various greens beaten with butter, onions, garlic and green chillies.

Serve with Makki di Roti (cornmeal flatbread) for a feast plucked straight from India’s land of the five rivers, Punjab.

If you love bold flavours and plenty of spice, this home-style Saag recipe (reminiscent of grandma’s cooking) will tick all your boxes.

All I want to eat on cold days is a bowl of steaming Saag with some delicious Makki di Roti. It’s basically central heating for the soul.

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This Saag recipe is…

  • Vegetarian
  • Gluten free
  • Nut free
  • Easy to make
  • Uses only a handful of ingredients

What is Saag?

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Saag, or ‘sag’ is a dish of leafy greens loved by many across the Indian subcontinent and in Indian communities around the world.

There are many ways to make this famous dish and I can’t wait to share my easy, home-cooked Saag recipe with you.

It’s a wholesome, rich and nutritious curry that’s popular during winter months, but can be enjoyed all year round.

Where does Saag come from?

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Saag is known to originate from Punjab, in modern day North India and Pakistan.

During winter, seasonal greens are abundant and therefore, cooked together until thick and creamy.

The end result is delicious with a dollop of butter and some freshly-baked Makki di Roti (cornmeal flatbread) for scooping it up with.

Today, Saag is a dish Indians around the world turn to for a taste of comfort and nostalgia.

Sarson ka Saag is an intensely warming Punjabi soul food.

How many different types of Saag are there?

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Saag is a culinary chameleon, adapting to the diverse landscapes and traditions of Punjab’s fertile lands.

From the robust mustard greens known as ‘sarson ka saag’ to the delicate fenugreek leaves called ‘methi saag’, each variety of leafy green brings its unique character to the dish.

There’s also palak, bathua(goosefoot),chaulai(amaranth) andchane ka saag(chickpea leaves).

Each type of saag has a distinct flavour.

I make my saag with mustard leaves, spinach and fenugreek leaves.

What’s the difference between Saag and palak?

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The difference between saag and palak is subtle.

While both dishes feature a blend of greens, saag embraces a broader spectrum of leafy vegetables, often incorporating mustard greens, spinach, fenugreek, and amaranth.

Palak, as its name implies, remains faithful to its namesake, calling for a pure spinach base.

In any case, Popeye would be proud.

Saag Recipe: What type of greens are best for Saag?

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In all honesty, the beauty of Saag is lies in its’ versatility.

In this way, feel free to use what’s local, seasonal and inexpensive to you.

My preference is to use a blend of spinach, mustard greens and fenugreek leaves, since I can get these easily at my local Indian fruit and vegetable market.

What can I use instead of mustard greens?

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If you’re having trouble finding mustard greens, you could substitute these with kale, chard and spring greens. Easy.

Back in the days when Indian vegetables weren’t so widely available in the UK, the local community would prepare Saag with green cabbage, Brussel’s sprouts and broccoli.

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In a pinch, a tin (can) of cooked spinach puree or frozen spinach can also be used in place of fresh.

Note that your saag recipe is unique, and the leafy greens you introduce to it will be what it ultimately tastes like.

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Follow my recipe below for my favourite saag recipe.

It’s so deliciously Desi in flavour. I don’t shy away from onions, garlic, ginger, chillies and of course, butter!

Tips for making Saag

  • Mix and match your greens. This is how you create depth of flavour.
  • A pinch of baking soda (bicarbonate of soda) will help the greens cook quickly.
  • Butter is essential to any saag recipe. Be mindful if your butter is salted, you may want to add less salt to the dish.
  • Add aromatics like onions, ginger, garlic, chillies and garam masala at different stages during the cooking process to create complex layers of flavour.
  • Serve with raw onions and chillies for a final whack of intensity. This is intensely warming soul food.

Can I use frozen spinach in this Saag recipe?

You may use frozen or tinned spinach in place of fresh spinach when making Saag.

What can I use instead of methi in Saag recipe?

If fresh fenugreek is unavailable, substitute an equal amount of additional mustard leaf or spinach. Stir half a teaspoon of dried fenugreek leaves (kasoori methi) into the dish at the end.

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What can I use instead of mustard leaves in this Saag recipe?

In a pinch, you can use a blend of any greens you have, even 100% spinach for making saag.

Simply reduce the amount of butter in the recipe to 70g and add 2 tablespoons of edible mustard oil.

Ingredients for Saag

  • Mustard leaves – available from Indian food shops
  • Spinach – any spinach will do for this recipe
  • Fenugreek leaves – available from Indian food shops
  • Onion – regular brown onions or red onions are both fine
  • Ginger – we will add ginger at two stages in the recipe
  • Garlic – saag without garlic is like the Tin Man without a heart
  • Green chillies – as many or as few as you like
  • Fine cornmeal – cornmeal helps to thicken the saag
  • Salt – be careful with added salt if your butter is already salted
  • Baking soda – this helps to cook the greens quickly
  • Butter – I use salted butter
  • Black cardamom – adds a delicious, smoky depth to the Saag
  • Black stone flower – my special touch. I love the fragrance of this ingredient. Learn more about black stone flower in this post.
  • Kashmiri red chilli – dried red chilli with a mild heat (optional)
  • Tomato – ensure it’s very finely chopped
  • Turmeric – ground turmeric is available in all supermarkets
  • Garam masala – either homemade or shop bough. Get my recipe for garam masala here.

How to make Saag recipe | Step-by-step recipe for Punjabi Saag | Sarson da Saag recipe

1. Prepare the leafy greens

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Wash all greens before using.

Mustard leaves and spinach: Trim off the base of the stems (about 2cm from the root). If you’re using leaf spinach, you can skip this step. Chop finely.

Fenugreek leaves: Pick the leaves from the stems and chop finely. Discard the stems.

2. Pressure cook the greens until soft

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Pile all the ingredients for pressure cooking (measurements in recipe card below) into a pressure cooker.

Pressure cook for 15 minutes on high (Instant Pot), or in a traditional pressure cooker, cook for 5 whistles.

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Quick release the pressure and allow the Saag to cool.

3. Blend the Saag to a coarse purée

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Traditionally, Saag is beaten with a spurtle-like instrument until it’s thick and velvety. This can take up to an hour.

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Use an immersion blender to achieve a similar result. Blend until it’s a coarse, sauce-like texture.

4. Brown the onions in butter

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Melt some butter in a separate pot and add the whole spices, onions and salt.

Cook over a medium heat for around 10 minutes, until the onions have caramelised.

5. Add the remaining aromatics and spices

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Once the onions are a deep golden brown colour and of a sticky, jammy texture, add the remaining ginger, garlic, chilli, tomato, turmeric and half of the garam masala.

Stir and cook for a few minutes longer.

6. Stir the Saag into the tadka

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Carefully tip the cooked Saag mixture into the pot and stir well. Bring to a gentle simmer.

7. Finish the Saag with butter and garam masala

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Finally, add some more butter and garam masala. Melt and mix.

Serve the saag hot with the optional garnishes and a pile of Makki di Roti.

Saag recipe | How to make Punjabi Saag | Sarson da Saag recipe

Yield: 4 servings

Saag Recipe

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Warming Punjabi Saag is a curry made from vibrant greens and spices. In the native tongue, it's referred to as Sarson da Saag, a peppery blend of mustard leaves and various greens beaten with ghee (clarified butter), onions, garlic and green chillies. Serve with Makki di Roti (cornmeal flatbread) for feast plucked straight from India's land of the five rivers, Punjab.

Prep Time: 25 minutes

Cook Time: 45 minutes

Total Time: 1 hour 10 minutes

Ingredients

For pressure cooking

  • 250g mustard leaves, washed
  • 250g spinach, washed
  • 100g fresh fenugreek, washed
  • 1 large onion, peeled and cut into rough chunks
  • 2cm piece ginger, peeled and finely chopped
  • 5 cloves garlic, peeled and finely chopped
  • 2-3 hot green chillies, stalks removed and finely chopped
  • 2 tbsp fine cornmeal
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1/8 tsp baking soda (optional, to cook the greens quickly)
  • 300ml water

To finish the dish

  • 100g salted butter
  • 1 black cardamom
  • 1 piece black stone flower
  • 1 dried Kashmiri red chilli
  • 2 large onions, finely sliced
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 2.5cm piece ginger, julienned
  • 5 cloves garlic, finely sliced
  • 1-2 green chillies, finely sliced
  • 1 large tomato, finely chopped or blended
  • 1/2 tsp turmeric
  • 2 tsp garam masala

To garnish

  • 1 small red or white onion, cut into rings (optional)
  • 2 green chillies, finely sliced (optional)
  • Extra butter (as much as you like, optional)

Instructions

  1. Trim any tough and woody stems from the mustard leaves and spinach, about 2cm from the root. We will be using the remaining stems. Chop these finely.Saag Recipe (VIDEO) - Delicious Punjabi Cooking - Sanjana.Feasts (27)
  2. Pick the leaves from the fenugreek and discard the stems. Finely chop the leaves and combine with the chopped mustard leaves and spinach.Saag Recipe (VIDEO) - Delicious Punjabi Cooking - Sanjana.Feasts (28)
  3. Place all the ingredients for the pressure cooker inside the pot and cook on medium-high for 15 minutes (about 5 whistles).Saag Recipe (VIDEO) - Delicious Punjabi Cooking - Sanjana.Feasts (29)
  4. Carefully remove the cooker lid and allow the saag to cool slightly.Saag Recipe (VIDEO) - Delicious Punjabi Cooking - Sanjana.Feasts (30)
  5. Use an immersion blender to blend the saag to a coarse purée. If you like it smoother, blend for longer. You can also do this in a blender but ensure the mixture has cooled down first.Saag Recipe (VIDEO) - Delicious Punjabi Cooking - Sanjana.Feasts (31)
  6. In a separate pot, melt 75g of butter over a medium heat. Add the black cardamom, black stone flower, dried red chilli, onions and salt. Cook, stirring frequently until the onions have cooked down and caramelised very well, about 10 minutes.Saag Recipe (VIDEO) - Delicious Punjabi Cooking - Sanjana.Feasts (32)
  7. Add the sliced garlic, ginger juliennes and green chillies, Stir and cook for a further 3-4 minutes. Next, add the tomato, turmeric and 1 tsp garam masala. Stir and cook for 2 minutes before adding the cooked saag mixture. Give the saag a thorough mix and bring it to a bubbling simmer.Saag Recipe (VIDEO) - Delicious Punjabi Cooking - Sanjana.Feasts (33)
  8. Once the saag is simmering (it might spit so you may want to cover with a lid), cook for 5 minutes longer.Saag Recipe (VIDEO) - Delicious Punjabi Cooking - Sanjana.Feasts (34)
  9. Finally, stir in the remaining 25g butter and 1 tsp garam masala. The saag is now ready.Saag Recipe (VIDEO) - Delicious Punjabi Cooking - Sanjana.Feasts (35)
  10. Serve hot garnished with the additional garnishes (onions, chillies and butter), if using. It's delicious with Makki di Roti.Saag Recipe (VIDEO) - Delicious Punjabi Cooking - Sanjana.Feasts (36)

Notes

  • Store any leftovers in an airtight container (refrigerate) for up to 3 days.
  • Freeze in a freezer-safe container for up to 3 months, Defrost at room temperature and heat through until piping hot before serving.
  • Serve Saag with Makki di Roti.
  • Replace greens used in this recipe with an equal weight of any leafy greens or green vegetables of your choice.

Nutrition Information:

Yield: 4Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 573Total Fat: 36gSaturated Fat: 18gTrans Fat: 1gUnsaturated Fat: 13gCholesterol: 87mgSodium: 1911mgCarbohydrates: 49gFiber: 14gSugar: 9gProtein: 22g

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FAQs

What is saag called in English? ›

Saags (Leafy greens) are an important part of the Garhwali, Kumaoni and Jaunsari cuisines of Uttarakhand. The abundance of leafy greens in the state are because of fertile land and forested land.

How do you cut bitterness in saag? ›

Add sugar to counteract the bitterness. Nutmeg can also help.

What is the difference between palak and saag? ›

Saag is the Hindi word for green leaves, and you can make this dish with mustard greens (the most common choice, especially in the Indian state of Punjab where mustard is grown) or spinach (the Hindi word for spinach is palak), but you can use any type of green leaves.

Does saag cause gas? ›

It is believed that too much consumption of saag can lead to gas, acidity and bloating. Eating saag creates Ama(toxin) in the body which affects the digestion as well as the liver, skin, respiratory system and often triggers joint pains.

Which saag is best for health? ›

Chaulai also known as Lal Saag is known as Amaranth greens in English. This nutritious saag is rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. These can be used as sabzis, stir fry and parathas.

Is a saag healthy? ›

Vitamins: Sarson ka Saag is a rich source of various vitamins, including vitamin A, vitamin C, and vitamin K. These vitamins play crucial roles in immune function, skin health, and blood clotting. Minerals: It contains essential minerals such as calcium, iron, and magnesium.

Why is my saag watery? ›

People often forget to add makki ka atta, which makes the saag a bit runny and less flavorful. It is suggested to add a small portion of atta to enhance the taste and texture of saag.

Should saag be spicy? ›

Common spices used in saag dishes include cinnamon, cloves, ginger, chili, garlic, coriander, and cumin, among several others. Saag dishes are mostly mild with a medium amount of gravy.

What is Sarson Ka Saag called in English? ›

Sarson ka Saag: Mustard Greens from Southern Punjab.

What is the English name for saag vegetable? ›

In Hindi, the vegetable Spinach is known as saag. It is also known as sag or saga.

What do Indian people call spinach? ›

Saag in various regions within India refers to a simple dish of either sauteed or boiled and tempered greens. The combination of greens vary from state to state. In Punjab the dominant combination of ingredients used for making sarson ka saag are sarson (mustard leaves), methi (fenugreek leaves) and palak (spinach).

What flavor is saag? ›

Indian saag is a curry of cooked mustard or similar bitter greens (kale, collards, turnip greens) and spinach or similar mild greens (chard, bok choy, beet greens). Any combination of greens works! Use more spices and peppers for hot saag or less for mild.

Why not to eat saag at night? ›

Spinach has more fibre and iron it causes the pain of someone and disturbed the sleep. Others it creates diuretic and also disturb the sleep.

Why does my stomach hurt after eating saag? ›

Toxic reaction: Too much spinach intake at one time or over a period of time may have a toxic effect on the body. Stomach issues: Gas, bloating, and cramps, spinach may also lead to these stomach issues due to high fiber content.

Why do I feel sick after eating spinach? ›

Spinach is high in fiber and takes time to get digested, which may further lead to diarrhea, abdominal pain, and sometimes fever. Spinach is a good source of iron, but sometimes, because of the high fiber content and its excessive consumption, the body is not able to absorb the plant-based iron we have ingested.

What is saag leaves called in English? ›

The term 'saag' typically refers to a dish that is made from a variety of green leafy vegetables, such as spinach, mustard greens, or collard greens, that are cooked with spices and sometimes paneer (Indian cheese) or meat. In English, the term 'saag' is often translated simply as 'greens' or 'leafy greens'.

What is another name for saag? ›

In Hindi, the vegetable Spinach is known as saag. It is also known as sag or saga. Saag can also be prepared with other South Asian Leafy Vegetables, like, collard greens, basella, and sometimes also with broccoli.

What is saag and palak in English? ›

Palak in hindi is a single vegetable called spinach in english. Whereas saag too a type of Indian vegetable is prepared by a mixture of three -four leafy varieties of mustard leaves, spinach, fenugreek leaves and bathua leaves..

What do we call palak and saag in English? ›

SPINACH (PALAK SAAG)

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