“I recently (and not nearly soon enough in my life) decided to try your Delhi Saag and Dal Makhani. I am so pleasantly surprised! These are delicious. I prepare them by making 1 cup of dry Basmati rice and mixing the contents of either the Delhi Saag or the Dal Makhani. I live alone as my wife passed 20 years ago from cancer and as you may know, cooking for one person has its own set of challenges; it is difficult to make up dishes that don’t “get old” after the second or third eating in a row. Your products are so delicious that I have been telling my friends about them and I don’t grow tired of them! I am always interested in quality and feel that, sadly, the capitalist drive to increase the ‘bottom line’ has driven the notion of quality into the back seat. Clearly, this is not so with your foods. I want to thank you and congratulate you on your efforts and wish you long lives and great success.” – Santi, George Ely, Middlebury, VT
“Sambar is a thick soup…. and it is extravagantly good. Saag is even better!” -Jim Quinn,
The Philadelphia Inquirer
“If you have been frightened by canned spinach all your life, do give their Saag a try – it’s a delicious way to get some greens into your diet.” -The Shuttle, Weaver’s Way Co-Op
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“It’s so good that it’s almost addictive. Stay away or get addicted for life.So I am a sucker for Saag. Its my favorite food in the universe (yes for me, it even beats medium cooked steak). Unfortunately in Seattle I have had a lot of trouble finding it… All I need to do is to figure out how to order enough to last me for a lifetime” –AmanPervaiz “aryanpervaiz” (TX)
Delhi Saag is a greens dish served as a vegetable side dish, as a cooking sauce, soup base or on pasta. The natural taste of spinach and mustard greens is enhanced with ginger, hot peppers and lemon juice. No spices are added.
Spinach, mustard greens, water, fresh onions, non-GMO (soybean oil, corn meal and starch) fresh ginger and hot peppers, lemon juice and salt.
Delhi Saag is normally served with unsalted rice and breads which share it’s salt content.
Various recipes using Delhi Saag, such as a soup base and Tofu-Saag are on the package, back of the label, and here.