(Paal~cuh joe Me~thow Sah~ag)

(Spincah & Brinjal Puree)

Serves – 4



Spinach – 1 medium sized bunch

Brinjal (medium sized) – 1 no.

Ghee – ½ tblsp.

Asafoetida – pinch

Salt – to taste


1.)    Separate the spinach leaves from the stalk. Chop the spinach leaves finely and wash them in water a couple of times.

2.)    Cut the brinjal into medium sized pieces.

3.)    In a kadai, heat the ghee on a medium flame. When hot, add asafoetida. Let it temper.

4.)    Add the chopped spinach leaves and brinjal pieces. Stir well. Add ½ cup of water and let the vegetables cook.

5.)    When the brinjal pieces are tender, remove the mixture from heat and mash it to a thick puree.

6.)    Add a little salt. Mix well and let the Saag simmer for a couple of minutes before serving.

To serve

Palka Jo Mitho Saag is served hot with Phulko.

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3 Responses to “PALKA JO MITHO SAAG”

  1. Neha says:

    Thank you so much for putting this up! I am a Sindhi Pushkarna Brahmin and our culture, traditions, rituals and eating habits are very similar to Thathai Bhatias. This website is a blessing in disguise for those of us who wish to know more about our way of life.
    A Maharashtrian friend wanted to know the recipe of Saayi Bhaji aka Palak jo mitho saag, which I have shared with her from this website.
    Thanks again! :-)

  2. Priya says:

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