1) 2 Bunches Sarso Saag/Mustard Leaves
2) 1 Bunch Palak Saag/Spinach Leaves
3) 1 Onion
4) 1 Tomato
5) 5-6 Cloves of Garlic
6) 1″ Ginger
7) 2 Tablespoon Ghee/Clarified Butter
8) 1 Teaspoon Haldi/Turmeric
9) 1/2 Teaspoon Garam Masala
10) 1/2 Teaspoon Coriander Powder
11) 1/2 Teaspoon Red Chilli Powder
12) Salt to taste
13) 4 Cups Maize Flour/Makki ka Atta
14) 2 Glass of warm water



* Wash and clean the leaves of both sarso and palak
* Boil the leaves with 1/2 cup water and ginger for 10 mins
* Chop the onions, tomato and garlic, keep aside
* Grind the boiled leaves into a paste
* In a wok, add ghee and garlic, saute for a few minutes
* Add onions and tomatoes and saute for few minutes
* Add Salt, haldi, coriander, red chilli and garam masala powder
* Add the leaves paste and saute for few minutes
* Add water to the consistency you prefer
* Cook for 10 mins and add a little more ghee and serve hot with makki rotis

* In a plate take makki ka atta or maize flour
* Add Salt and Knead the flour with warm water
* Knead it till soft and make small balls out of the flour
* Take butter paper/plastic sheet and cut it into 2 sheets of 10″ by 10″
* Take one ball of flour and keep in between the two sheets
* Roll it with a rolling pin like a chapati
* Remove the top sheet from roti, put it face down on the tawa
* Remove the other sheet also and cook both sides like a chapati
* Add ghee to chapatis and cook for a minute on both sides
** Serve hot with sarso ka saag

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