Palak or Spinach is very healthy and nutritious and since Winter season is at doors, we will get a lot of fresh spinach at the veggie markets. I’m sharing one of the best and simple recipes you can make from spinach – Simple Aloo Palak ki Sabzi.
What makes it simple-yet-tasty?
The blend of Aloo i.e., potatoes and Palak with the garlicy flavour makes it special. Onion is not at all required in this veggie. You just need to let it cook on a low flame to get the best of the taste from this sabzi. We know very well spinach is very healthy as it contains iron, magnesium,omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins like B, C and E. It’s also advised by doctors to the pregnant ladies.
Well, this recipe is also for all those cranky kids who complain about onions in their food. My 9-year-old kiddo liked it!
How to Make a No-Onion Simple Aloo Palak ki Sabzi
A step by step guide to making a simple no-onion potato spinach veggie for breakfast or maincourse
- 1 bunch of fresh Palak (spinach), washed and chopped
- 2 Aloo (Potatoes), diced
- 3-4 Garlic cloves, chopped
- 1/2 tspn Zeera (Cumin Seeds)
- 1 tbsp. Refined Oil
- Salt and green chillies as per your taste
- Heat oil in a wok or kadhai.
- Add zeera and chopped garlic cloves, saute till zeera splutters.
- Add chopped palak and diced aloo followed by salt and green chillies.
- Fry for a minute.
- Sprinkle some water to avoid the sticking of veggies.
- Cover the lid and let the sabzi cook for 10-12 minutes.
- Stir in between. Aloo Palak Sabzi is ready!
Add cumin seeds and let it splutter for just 5 seconds. Add chopped garlic and fry till golden brown.
Now add chopped palak, aloo, sprinkle some salt and chopped green chillies to the wok. Fry on high flame for a minute.
Now add 1/2 tbsp. water to avoid sticking of the veggies in the wok. Cover the lid. No need to add too much water as palak leaves the water during cooking. After 10 minutes open the lid give a nice mix to avoid sticking.
Again cover the lid and let it cook further until the potatoes are cooked properly. The sabzi should be dry with no water. Once the aloo palak sabzi is ready transfer it into the serving dish.
— Recipe and Images Shared by Shumayala Khan
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