Why sarson ka saag is star dish of the winter?

Not all dishes can evoke a childhood memory in their first bite. Sarson ka saag is one of those dishes that will make you homesick and will remind you of ‘maa ke haath ka khana’ if you are away from your home. Let’s take a look at the list of reasons that makes sarson ka saag the star dish of winter:

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1. Winter ‘delight’ dish
Sarson ka saag also known as mustard greens is a winter ‘delight’ dish that is extremely popular in North India. These long and leafy greens are sold by every vegetable seller during winter.

2. Best of both worlds
Sarson ka saag is one of those rare dishes that not just tastes divine but also has several health benefits. It is rich in antioxidants, which helps in improving cardio health by decreasing cholesterol level. Its anti-inflammatory properties also help to prevent cancer.

3. Served with love and more
There are some unwritten rules of serving this pleasant dish. It is always served with makki ki roti topped with fresh butter. Sarson ka saag, makki ki roti and white makhan are considered as the heavenly combination in the vegetarian menu. The key ingredients to make this earthly dish are onions, garlic, ginger, salt, green chilies, which makes it a winter warmer recipe for the cold days.

4. A treat for our senses
Now popular in all over India, sarson ka saag is originally from Punjab. As the taste of this green dish appeals to our tongue, the yellow fields of sarsoon ke phool equally capture the attention of eyes and are a great sightseeing for people.

At Nukkadwala, you can experience the authentic taste of sarson ka saag. So come and relish this evergreen dish of the winter.

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