Sarson da saag (curried mustard leaves) is a popular vegetable dish in the Punjab region of Pakistan & India. It is made from mustard seeds (sarson) and spices. Enjoy it with makki di roti (unraised corn bread) at home. This product is fully cooked. Net weight: 450 grams.
Originating as "Street Food" in cities like Bombay & Delhi. It`s enduring popularity made it a part of regular Indian cuisine. It`s nutritive too. It is a well known fact that Bengal Gram has appox.18% protein. Relish the delicious spicy-sour taste of this unique ethnic specialty garnished with fresh green mint leaves & Cilantro.
Chana Masala is the one vegetarian dish that epitomises most of what one imagines about Indian cooking. An indispensable part of the Punjabi menu, it is a wholesome combination of sauteed chickpeas (Garbonzo beans) simmered in a paste of onions, tomatoes, peppers, and herbs. Tempered with garlic and ginger , an array of spices gives it a tangy, piquant taste.