Sarson Ka Saag

  • Lunch
  • Servings
  • 2Spicy
  • 130 MinutesCook Time
  • Cuisine : Punjabi
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Sarson Ka Saag is an all-time famous and delicious saag generally served with Makke Ki Roti. This is a classic and traditional recipe from Punjab. This is a winter delicacy served with a dollop of butter. It is lip-smacking and a flavourful dish. To make the saag is a time-consuming process but it is worth it because the outcome is delicious. All family members will love this very much. So, try it out at home and get appreciated.


  • Sarson Saag/Mustard Leaves - 3 Bunch
  • Palak/Spinach - 2 Bunch
  • Bathua - 1 Bunch
  • Onion - 2 chopped
  • Tomato - 1 chopped (optional)
  • Green chilli - 5 to 6 or as per taste
  • Ginger - 2 Tablespoon + 1 Tablespoon
  • Garlic - 3 Tablespoon finely chopped
  • Mustard oil - 2 to 3 Tablespoon
  • Chopped coriander leaves - as required for garnishing (optional)


Step By Step Method

    1. Chop and wash all the three leaves. Wash them properly 4 to 5 times.
    2. Take a pressure cooker, add chopped leaves, green chilli, ginger and salt. Close the lid.
    3. Take one whistle on a high flame then lower the flame. Cook it on a low flame for half an hour. Then let it cool.
    4. Add water (one big coffee cup) if not there. Close the lid. Again pressure cook on high flame for one whistle. Then lower the flame and cook it for half an hour.
    5. Let it cool. Open the lid. Cook it on a low flame for 15 minutes. Mash it with ghotni/mathani. Keep aside.
    6. Take Prestige Omega delux Pan, add oil and heat it.
    7. Add finely chopped garlic and saute it until it turns pink. Add finely chopped ginger to it and saute.
    8. Then add finely chopped onion, saute it on a low flame.
    9. Once the onion turns golden brown then add chopped tomato to it. Mix well and saute.
    10. Cook the tomato on a low flame until it turns soft. Mash the tomatoes in between.
    11. Once the oil leaves from sides, add mashed saag to it. Mix well.
    12. Cook it on a low flame for 5 minutes.
    13. Finally garnish the saag with chopped coriander leaves. Switch off the gas.
    14. Take it out on a serving bowl.
    15. Yummy 'Sarson Ka Saag' is ready to be served.

About Chef

Vijay Haldia

Ttk Prestige has recently collaborated with India's first ever live cooking platform where they show simple & tasty veg recipes through Live Cooking with Indian mothers in their own kitchen. It’s a Reality Show with no script - fun, laughter and lots of Pyaar Ka Tadka : Zayka Ka Tadka wants to recognize moms and are committed to bring out the hidden talents of many moms and homemakers of India and showcase it to the world. Hence Zaykakatadka started to promote moms and with that, they also promote the secret recipes of many households in our country. Some are even passed down through generations in the family and are authentic regional recipes. Prestige looks forward to delight homemakers through innovation, kyuki ‘Jo apno se kare pyaar, woh Prestige se kaise kare inkaar’.