Spinach Curry

Spinach Curry created by PaulaG

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

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

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  1. nltrihey
    Do you measure the 2 cups of spinach before cooking or after? Makes a very big difference, and this isn't clear to me in the recipe. Thank you.
  2. Julie C.
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  3. Julie C.
    1kg of frozen spinach and the water from the steamer to mix with the spices. Instead of tsp I used tblsp of all ingredients I also used ginger paste and garlic paste. Added tomatoes and tomato purée and I also used shallots and put frozen coriander in too. Tastes amazing!!
  4. Emily F.
    Lovely curry! I used frozen spinach and cooked out the onions for while before adding garlic, ginger, chillies and then finally the spices, before the spinach. I also added a couple of tomatoes. No thymol seeds sadly, but still very nice. Served alongside Chana Dal, Rice and Roti.
  5. Gracielagata
    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!
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