Total Time
20mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins

I make this once a week. A quick lunch vegetable. It really tastes good. It is very similar to other vegetables I cooks, so bear with me. Please adjust the spices to your liking

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Heat the oil.
  2. Add the thymol seeds (ajwain in hindi).
  3. Add the ginger, garlic and onions.
  4. When the onions get soft, add the spinach.
  5. Add all the spices and salt.
  6. ** I microwave my spinach for about 8 minutes. Cook the spinach to the doneness level you like.
  7. ** Variations - I sometimes add boiled potatoes, tomatoes or yogurt to this. All the variations taste good :)
  8. ** Another variation - If you want sort of a gravy add some water mixed with corn starch and add alongwith the spinach.

Reviews

(5)
Most Helpful

i loved it. didnt have the thymol seeds, so i have no idea what they woudl do to it. it was VERY spicy, i used 2 green thai chilies, are those the correct type?? i dont know one chili from another.... will def. make againw ith less chilies so everyone else in the house can enjoy it better, evidently i am the only one with an asbestos mouth! thanks!

Gracielagata April 06, 2009

This was outstanding even with frozen spinach. Not having the green chilies, I opted to use 1 dried red chili. I did use a package of frozen spinach that had been defrosted and most of the excess water removed. This was served as a side with Goan Beef Curry. It made 3 nice servings.

PaulaG January 05, 2009

I really liked this recipe. I used a whole bag of frozen spinach (6 cups), doubled all the other ingredients, and omitted the salt and the thymol seeds. It was the perfect compliment to lentils with basmati rice. Next time I may add some minced garlic.

Canadian_in_the_Bay October 28, 2007

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