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Title: Sag Paneer Categories: Main dish, Vegetables, Indian Yield: 4 servings 1 Bunch spinach, leaves only 250 g Ricotta cheese, cubed Oil for frying 2 ts Dried fenugreek leaves 1 l Onion, finely sliced 2 ts Finely chopped garlic 1 ts Finely chopped fresh ginger 2 ts Ground cummin 1/2 ts Ground turmeric 1 md Tomato, chopped 1 ts Salt Juice of half a lemon Boil spinach in cup (8 fl oz) water for 5 minutes, drain, chop and set aside. Fry cheese to a golden brown and set aside. Heat 3 tablespoons oil in a saucepan, stir in fenugreek leaves then onion and fry till soft and golden. Stir in garlic, ginger, cummin, turmeric, tomato, salt and lemon juice. Cook till oil comes to the surface and the mixture smells fragrant. Mix in the spinach and cook for further 5 minutes. Gently stir in the cheese cubs, heat through and serve with rice and accompaniments. Source: The Curry Cookbook-Charmaine Solomon Compiled by Imran C.

Sag Paneer


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Title: Sag
Paneer
Categories: Main dish, Vegetables, Indian
Yield: 4 servings

1 Bunch
spinach, leaves only
250
g Ricotta cheese, cubed
Oil for frying
2 ts Dried
fenugreek leaves
1 l
Onion, finely sliced
2 ts Finely chopped
garlic
1 ts Finely chopped fresh ginger
2 ts Ground cummin
1/2 ts Ground
turmeric
1 md
Tomato, chopped
1 ts
Salt
Juice of half a
lemon

Boil spinach in cup (8 fl oz) water for 5 minutes, drain, chop and set aside. Fry cheese to a golden brown and set aside. Heat 3 tablespoons oil in a saucepan, stir in fenugreek leaves then onion and fry till soft and golden. Stir in garlic, ginger, cummin, turmeric, tomato, salt and lemon juice. Cook till oil comes to the surface and the mixture smells fragrant.

Mix in the
spinach and cook for further 5 minutes. Gently stir in the cheese cubs, heat through and serve with rice and accompaniments.

Source: The
Curry Cookbook-Charmaine Solomon

Compiled by Imran C.


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from Erie, PA, United States wrote:0  0

This dish was delicious. I used feta cheese instead of ricotta and it was very tasty. I entered my dish with feta into a friendly cooking contest for an international cuisine dinner...and took home first place!
5 starsApril 25, 2004


from PA, United States wrote:0  0

This was very quick and easy and the flavors were wonderful!
5 starsMarch 11, 2004


from Vancouver, B.C., Canada wrote:1  3

I logged on to this site for the first time yesterday afternoon, and made sag paneer and naan bread for my guests last night. It was the first time I'd seen a curry made with cheese. It tasted amazing and was easier to prepare than I thought. My friend
5 starsJuly 22, 1999


 
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