i used frozen spinach instead of the fresh. flavor is mild but savory and it was delicious with the naans that i bought at a local restaurant. it became a complete meal for me.
Indian Spinach (Saag)
portland Posted: 05/29/10
QiBender Posted: 07/17/10
We made this exactly according to the recipe and found the amount of cayenne called for to be WAY WAY too much. The recipe also came out watery. I love spinach saag, so if making again I would reduce the cayenne, add a little salt and frankly check out other authentic indian books for how to make this better.
kkinla101 Posted: 04/26/11
I love Indian food and was excited to see this recipe for saag. After I made it (with the Greek yogurt I had on hand), I have a few comments to make. Overall, not bad, but the texture was quite off. Next time I make this, I will puree the spinach mixture after wilting it but before adding the yogurt.