Can anyone recommend a good authentic saag paneer recipe? (Apologies if this question appears twice; I tried posting it already but it didn't seem to work the first time.)
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This is a great recipe from Merrill http://food52.com/recipes...
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I've made that so many times, as you'll see in the comments. It's been regularly in our rotation here since shortly after it was posted. And the spice mixture is now my go-to Indian spice blend. I make new batches of it even when the Saag Paneer is not on the menu, combining it with just a touch of turmeric whenever I need a curry powder. Go for it!! ;o) P.S. I'm making it, minus the paneer, tonight.
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Panfusine is the last word in paneer! http://food52.com/recipes...
Thanks so much -- I'll try these!
I loved this recipe for palak paneer, which as far as I know is basically the same thing as saag paneer: http://www.manjulaskitchen...
Very nice and simple recipe saag paneer recipe I tried it and it came out superb...thanx
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