Makke Di Roti And Sarson Da Saag

(Indian) (Indian-Punjabi)

cornflour, mustard leaves, spinach, fenugreek, radish, and spices

Makke di roti and Sarson da saag is a traditional dish from Punjab but is loved and relished all over India. The green gravy (saag) is made from mustard leaves (sarso), spinach, fenugreek, radish, and spices. The gravy is served with flatbread made of cornflour, called Makke di roti. Typically prepared in winter months, a serving of Makki di Roti and Sarson da Saag is never complete without a dollop of butter and a chunk of jaggery on the side.

Modified Aug. 25, 2020

Created Aug. 16, 2020 by: itisclaudio

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