saag

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saag

(sɑːɡ)
n
(in Indian cookery) spinach
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During the festivities, Mumtaz Mahal will offer an assortment of vegetarian and non-vegetarian Punjabi dishes such as jhinga Punjabi, machli Amritsari, tangdi Jhalandri, Patiala saag gosht, nimbu khire da salad, aloo chat, chana chat, paneer tikka Lahori, sarson ka sag, Shimla mirchi masaledar, kadi pakori, motia pulao, dhai bala, baingan ka bharta and dhaba dal fry along with a wide range of rotis.
Among the current offerings from the main menu are saag gosht (PS14.95), a traditional dish from North Western India featuring lamb cooked with leaf spinach, onion tomatoes and spices, flavoured with fenugreek leaves.
Among the current offerings from the main menu are saag gosht (PS14.95), a traditional dish from north-western India featuring lamb cooked with leaf spinach, onion tomatoes and spices, flavoured with fenugreek leaves.
Of the Bombay Shrimp, Dum Ka Murgh, Saag Gosht, Murgh Patiala and Chili Potato, I really loved the coconuty creaminess of the Bombay shrimp, but the shrimp had become rubbery as it sat out too long.
A king prawn masalla won praise, but a saag gosht didn't raise any enthusiasm whatsoever.
When not traveling for IBM, he cooked for the week ahead on Sundays, grinding, braising, and frying, but this menu listed only three meals: saag gosht, pindi chana, and badami chicken.
The main course menu is quite exhaustive and includes firm favourites such as kadhai paneer, dal makhni, lobster tails, Punjabi chicken masala and biryani, but we settled for Duck pepper fry (Dh125) and Saag Gosht (Dh95).
The saag gosht (pounds 11.90) was a decadent affair of herbs and spices.
My main of saag gosht (pounds 11.50) was full of tender chunks of lean were coated in a tasty, but not too spicy, sauce and finely minced spinach.
The first seven were described as traditional, including leg of lamb, chicken korma and saag gosht and the rest came under the heading 'evolved' dishes.
For the main course we steered our son in the direction of the classic Chicken Tikka Masala (PS10.50), while I ordered Saag Gosht (PS11.95) - a slow braised lamb and leaf spinach tossed with garlic, cumin and roasted fenugreek leaves.