Today I made beef and spinach curry (Beef Saag). It turned out to be the best saag curry I’ve ever had (Although I’ve only ever had Saag once)
Here’s the recipe, although it’s not accurate because that’s not how I cook. Hopefully you can make something of my Beef Saag recipe.
- 2 packets of spinach
- 225ml of cream
- Vegetables (1 potato, 1 kumera, 3 yams and a carrot)
- Madras curry powder (I didn’t see sense in buying the individual spices when I found something that contains numerour things I wanted but didn’t have – mustard, corianda ginger, etc.)
- Garam Masala
- 2 Onions
- Boil rice
- Boil vegetables (except the spinach)
- Blend the spinach with the cream and set aside
- Grate an onion and add spices to it. Mix with the spinach to form the Saag curry sauce.
- Chop onions and beef and cook (adding Madras curry powder and some pepper to highlight the flavour of the beef in the curry – otherwise it might get drowned in the Saag curry sauce)
- Drain the vegetables and add to the beef and onions. Mix spinach curry mixture in and cook for 2 minutes (don’t cook too long because there’s cream there)
Congratulations, you’ve just completed my Beef Saag recipe. My Beef Saag takes about half an hour to cook.