Saag Aloo ( Leafy Vegetables Cooked With Potatoes)

This is a very simple side dish recipe that has lot of green leafy vegetables and is loaded with Vitamins, minerals and fiber. It has spinach, which contains iron and calcium, bathuan has even more percentage of calcium and iron and sarson that has vitamin A and C. A total healthy green recipe

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Picture of: Saag Aloo ( Leafy Vegetables cooked with Potatoes)
Palak ( spinach) - 1 bundle
Bathua ( pigweed or wild spinach) - 1 bundle
Sarson ( mustard leaves) - 1 bundle
Aloo (Potatoes) = 2 pieces
Tomato - 1 piece
Green chilli - 2-3 pieces
Hing ( Asafoetida) - 1 pinch
Musatrd oil - 4 tablespoon
Salt - 1 tablespoon
Refined Oil - 10 Ml
Wash palak, bathua and sarson thoroughly and chop them into pieces. Cut potatoes into quarter and keep aside.
Heat oil in a karahi and add green chilies and hing. Once the aroma starts coming out add the potatoes. Fry the potatoes till they become light brown.
Now add chopped palak, bathua and sarson. and mix well.
Add salt and tomato and cover the karahi with a lid. Cook the vegetables on low heat for 12-15 minutes. Stir in between. Check if the saag and aloo are done.
If there is excess water then increase the flame of the gas and fry till the water evaporates. Serve hot with plain rice.
You can add a bit of crushed garlic to enhance taste