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1 kilogram mustard leaves
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2 table spoon cooking oil
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    1 teaspoons Garlic
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    2 teaspoons red chili powder
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    3 table spoon Maize Flour
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      2 cups Water
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      2 teaspoons salt
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      Sarson ka saag is a famous Punjabi dish. It tastes best when eaten with makki ki roti.
      • Chop mustard leaves, spinach, amaranth leaves and green chilies and put them in a pressure cooker

      • Add ginger and 2 cups of water in it

      • Let it cook on medium flame with its lid placed on it

      • After one whistle turn the flame low

      • Now let it cook on low flame for 35-40 minutes

      • Open the lid and stir the ingredients

      • If the water hasn't dried out then, let it cook till the water dries out

      • Keep aside to cool.

      • Blend to a coarse paste in a mixer. Keep aside

      • Heat oil in a pan and add onions and garlic to it.

      • Saute it on a medium flame till the onions turn translucent

      • Add the prepared paste to this pan and cook on a medium flame for 5 minutes, while stirring continously

      • Add maize flour and salt in the pan and mix well

      • Simmer for around 10 minutes, while stirring continuously

      • Serve hot

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      You may garnish the saa

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