I didn’t want to take long to cook today, so I decided to fast-track Aloo Saag. The point is that if I make it the usual way, I first need to make the masala and then cook the potatoes in it. So, as a shortcut, I cooked the potatoes in my trusty pressure cooker. While they were happily hissing away, I prepared the masala (just basic: mustard seeds, cumin, onions, bit of garlic, tomatoes, chilli, chilli powder, turmeric and some salt). Added the spinach to wilt and then the cooked potatoes. Let it simmer for a bit and tadaa: aloo saag within 30 minutes, start to finish.

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Mark Harvey
9 months

I've had the pressure cooker out today. raajma for tomorrow's vegan night.

traceyross
9 months

Got to love the pressure cooker @Arthur vdH

traceyross
9 months

Looks lovely @Arthur vdH

Homegirl 🌺
9 months

Hmmm looks tasty.. 😊

Mark Harvey
9 months

nothing wrong in a fast track @Arthur vdH 🌶😇

Hari Ghotra
9 months

See who says Indian food takes a long time to cook! Thanks for sharing @Arthur vdH

Bill
9 months

Simple and tasty @Arthur vdH