Amaranth leaves stirfry (Cheera Upperi) is a Kerala-style stir fry with coconut. Cheera Upperi is nothing but a spinach stir fry.
Bengali Style Laal Saag is widely popular and a mouth watering dish of Bengal. In this preparation, chopped Laal Saag (Red Spinach) is cooked with Onion, Garlic and Aubergine. The popularity and demand of this Saag is more than other Saags because of its amazing colour and its nutritional values.
Toor Dal Laal Saag (Split Pigeon Peas with Red Spinach) is a pure Indian delicacy which is a smart and beautiful amalgamation of leafy vegetables and lentils. It is a very healthy and delectable dish where Laal saag (Red Spinach) is cooked with Toor Dal (Split Pigeon Peas), Onions, Garlic, green Chillies and some spices. This dish goes superb with steamed Rice and some Aloo Bhaji or Omelette.
This spanakopita inspired spinach tart is easy to make and has an incredible flavor from a few secret ingredients. Dried currants (or you can use coarsely chopped raisins) and cinnamon provide a touch of sweetness and warmth, complementing the savory flavors. Serve the galette as a main course, appetizer OR brunch. You’ll need to make a batch of this Easy Pie Crust Dough (which can be made gluten free!) before beginning the tart. The dough can be made days or weeks in advance. You'll only need a half batch of the dough but it's best to make the whole recipe and freeze the other half for another galette down the line or for a sweet galette (see the Notes below). For more garlic flavor, you can mince the garlic cloves and leave them in the filling. To see how the tart gets assembled, check out the step-by-step video above!