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Saag Paneer Recipe with Meera Masala (Indian Restaurant Style)

Saag Paneer is one of the most requested Recipes online, Specially in the USA these days. as per the Bloomberg report,  it's trending high on Google.
Saag Spinach Paneer Indian Style Recipe Images

So We thought to list down Step by Step Process to make a easy to make your favorite Spinach paneer or Saag Paneer or you can call it Palak Saag Paneer.

You may call saag paneer in many ways, but the fact remains. that it's a very delicious and yet very healthy Indian recipe.

Lets Start making Saag Paneer at home

To Make Saag Paneer We need :

  • Spinach or Palak 200 - 300 gram
  • 100 grams Paneer / Or you can use Tofu (Syabeen Paneer)
  • Meera Spices Paneer Masala Powder
  • 4-5 Garlic Cloves (Chopped)
  • 2 small pieces of Ginger
  • 2 Green Chilli
  • 1/2 teaspoon Sugar
  • 1 tbsp Garam Masala
  • Salt as per Taste

Cooking Process (Indian Style)

Saag Gravy Preparation Cooking:

Boil 500 ml of Water in a Pan and add 1/2 teaspoon Sugar to it . (Tip this makes the Color of Spinach / Paalak / Saag to its natural green color after the boil)

Boil the Spinach Saag for at least 2 minutes

Transfer the Drained Paalak into the Cold/ice Water Bowl, 
After a minute blend the Paalak (Spinach Saag ) to a semi-plain Paste. Keep it aside.

Put 3 tablespoons of Meera Mustard Oil and add Chopped Garlic, Ginger,Meera Paneer Masala (2 spoon) ,  garam masala, and pour in the Spinach paste into it. Keep it with half covered for 3- 4 minutes. Now the Saag Paneer Gravy is Ready .

Paneer Fry

In a Kadai / Pan heat some oil and fry Small Pieces of Paneer cubes / Tofu cubes.

Transfer those fried Paneers into the Spinach Paste

Put some Delicacy of Indian Style Tadka to it

For Tadka - Just fry some red chilies in a spoon of Desi Ghee/ Clarified Butter, Put Jeera or Cummin, then some chopped Garlic. And spred over the Saag Paneer .

You can Have the Best taste of Saag Paneer with Chapati/Roti or Parantha.

Enjoy the Recipe and do Comment on your Preparation.

Saag Paneer taste best with Mustard Oil .

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