Today we tried Saag Aloo and it was really great. We enjoyed it!! It will certainly be a regular dish on our table. Thanks, Hari

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Hari Ghotra
about 1 year

Hey @boo really like the sound of that! Thanks so much for sharing!

boo
over 1 year

The comment is cut unfortunately. ==> ready to eat after 2 hours. Keeps in the fridge for some weeks. Who ever tries, pls tell me if you like it!

boo
over 1 year

With pleasure @Hari Ghotra:
300 gr white cabbage cut into stripes, 3 carrots cut into fine sticks, 150 gr green beans cut lengthwise, juice of 1/2 lime, Chilis green or red as you like it, 3 garlic cloves, 2 tsp yellow mustard seeds, 1/2 tsp curcuma, 4 tbsp oil for frying, 2 tbsp mustard oil, 2 tbsp vinegar and salt.
The vegetables are to be cooked in salted water 1 to 2 minutes one after the other, start with white cabbage and end with green beans. Cool the vegetables after cooking in ice-cold water. Heat the oil in a large pan, add mustard seeds, allow to pop up. Add garlic and spices, stir fry 2 minutes. Add vegetables, vinegar, mustard oil and lime. Cool down. Fill into glasses. Ready to eat after 2 hours. Keeps some weeks in the fridge. Who ever tries, tell me if you like it.

Hari Ghotra
over 1 year

The pickles look great @boo do share you veg pickle recipe it sounds great!

traceyross
over 1 year

This looks very tasty @boo I adore saag Aloo. I had some earlier this week with Hari’s red lentil dhal. Enjoy.

stripybag
over 1 year

Sounds tasty @boo🌶

boo
over 1 year

Sorry, I forgot! @stripybag

boo
over 1 year

We had parathas, red and green chili pickles (from Mauritius) and vegetable achar which I made myself (with carrots, beans and cabbage). The chili pickles are too hot for my tongue. The achar is medium hot, spicy and tasteful with a splash of lime. A good company for Hari‘s wonderful Saag Aloo.

stripybag
over 1 year

Hi @boo, what did you have with your saag aloo?🍴