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This was super-tasty, and complemented the butter chicken I served this with perfectly. It's a bit of a bother to make, but the flavor can't be beat. I actually preferred it over the spinach dishes I've had at Indian & Pakistani restaurants. The only change I made was using 2 serrano peppers instead of the jalapeno, and the dish ended up having the perfect amount of heat. Thanks for sharing.

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rpgaymer December 02, 2012

Easy, delicious and authentic tasting.

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Chef Mary-Kate May 22, 2007

Wow! Because of you I can actually make something-like-saag!!! This was a super easy recipe- and the instructions are great- simple to follow and understand. Thank you so much for sharing this. It's a definite keeper.

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MrsMM November 15, 2006

I made this for the Photo Swap #2 and I had to halve the recipe, because there is only two of us. I have always loved the combination of potatoes and spinach and the spices add an interesting angle to one of my old favourites. I couldn't find any red potatoes, so I used white Baby New Potatoes instead, which were delicious. I have a similar recipe posted myself, but without the yoghurt and tomatoes, which are a nice addition. Chia, thanks for sharing a great recipe. Hope you like the pic!

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-Sylvie- May 08, 2005

I made this for the family, so I passed on the jalapenos. We all enjoyed it and I will be making it again. If I make it for a spicy crowd, I think I will use the tiny Indian chilis instead of the jalapenos. It was a very pretty dish, too.

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justcallmejulie March 22, 2005
New Potatoes in Spinach Sauce