Sai Bhaji – Spinach And Mixed Vegetables Recipe – Easy Main Course Recipe By Ruchi Bharani

Sai Bhaji is a traditional Sindhi recipe. This dish is a powerhouse of nutrients as it is a combination of green leafy vegetables and dal. It is best served hot with rotis or pulav. Check out Ruchi Bharani’s take on this popular Sindhi dish.

Ingredients:

Indian sorrel, chopped
Spinach Leaves, chopped
1 tsp cumin seeds
2 tsp Asefoetida
2 medium size onions, chopped
1 1/2 tsp garlic, chopped
1 1/2 tsp ginger, chopped
Bottel gourd, chopped
Aubergine, chopped
Potatoes, chopped
Tomatoes, chopped
1 bowl of soaked Gram Dal
1 tsp finely chopped green chilli
Salt to taste
1/4 tsp turmeric powder
1 tsp red chilli powder
1 tsp coriander-cumin seed powder
Oil for cooking

Method:

– Heat oil in a pressure cooker.
– Once the oil is hot, add the cumin seeds, asafoetida, onions, ginger and garlic and saute the ingredients for a couple of minutes.
– Cook the onion for about 2 minutes but make sure that they do not turn brown.
– Add the bottle gourd (soaked in water), aubergines and potatoes and cook them for a couple of minutes.
– Add the tomatoes and mix well.
– Add the gram dal (chana dal), green chillies, khatta bhaji and the spinach leaves and stir well.
– Add salt, turmeric powder, red chilli powder and coriander and cumin seed powder and mix well.
– Add water and cover the pressure cooker with a lid. Let it cook until 1 whistle on high flame and then for 10 minutes on low flame.
– Once done, turn off the flame and let the pressure cooker cool down for at least 15 – 20 minutes.
– Once you open the lid, slightly mash the bhaji with a masher.
– Sai bhaji is ready to be served.

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Comments

Geetha gg says:

i love to try this recipe. wht kind of vegetables v can use instead of bottle gourd and aubergine?!

Sachin Vartak says:

this is a lovely recipe. its more like “ambadichi bhaji” which we maharashtrian prepare. thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe just like you.

mitu prasad says:

I remember having tried it 15yrs. bk from cook book wen I was a school girl, enthusiastic about cooking. It was a total disaster, making me reconsider the thought of cooking again in life. I continued to cook , however still Scared to try it.

Hemen Mody says:

i made it yesterday and it turned out to be a hit. i did not add khatta bhaji as i decided to make it impromptu but taste was quite good. thanks

Jigna Parmar says:

i made it… its so nice dish.. so healthy and tasty.. thnx to share this dish…

hubbab sabir says:

what did you add after cumin seeds?

Shubhodeep Banerjee says:

just awesmm 🙂

my miniature Dwarfs says:

sai bhaji ,y I it is called sai bhaji,is it something related to sai baba?

rishita christian says:

I tried it today and it came out just as delicious as it looks… Thanks Ruchi for this wonderful recipe….. Please share more mix veg recipes ..

Pooja Herkishnani says:

u can also add fresh dill to it,it will  taste yummy nice flavour too.

karuna mahesh says:

I thank you from the bottom of my heart.This is national integration, I love you.

Padma Patel says:

It’s really delicious and I got compliments for it. Thank you!

kmp says:

Nice one!

Shaily Mishra says:

looks delicious..cant wait to try it!

Bharat Jobanputra says:

Sai Bhaji means Mixed Bhaji.  It contains Chavali , Methi , Palak and Sua. .Though I am Gujarati , we migrated from Karachi . Sindh ,Either Mung dal or Chana Dal is used Of course Brinjol and other veg like Tomato are common.

Khyati Trivedi says:

supb thanks for sharing

Rashmi Nair says:

gud recipe vith a twist in taste…u rocked..Ruchi

Madhura Kajarekar says:

Ruchi u cook superbly all ur recipes are yummy 🙂 loads of variety..u bring in..thankyouu so much..:)will surely try this nd let u know..! Tc

Shweta Murthy says:

Hi !! I wasnt sure how much of the vegetables and the channa was used in this recipe.. If this can be mentioned it would be very helpful!! Thank you 

vaishnavi patil says:

looks so delicious i am gonaa try now for d dinner 

NyaP pd says:

Hi Ruchi, I heard that spinach and tomato should not mix/blanch together. It says there is chances of kidney stone. How true is it ?

Lily sizzling says:

Lovely <3

Hemant Samtani says:

she is saying that you can cook using a pot and cover it…so what does mean? i would imagine more time to cook…anyone tried it?

Family Over Everything says:

Now I know what I’m making tonight. Sounds fantastic!

sri Krishna says:

I tried this it came really delicious my kid had without any sound thanks alot

Still Niss says:

Can you do laddu please .

Ayushi Jain says:

I love your all khatte meethe chatpati recipes and thanks to you for uploading such a fantastic bole to ekdum jhakkas video ….but plz this is request that can you plz make collection of ur all sabji curry like u did as with dal ….plz its my request sach m dil se…

Sayali24 says:

Ruchi I am a great fan of your cooking. The simplicity and ease with which you make these recipes is really commendable. I have tried many of your recipes and my family just loves to relish it all. Thanks a lot. Keep up the good work 🙂

Ravi Rana says:

Just made it. Love the recipe! Thanks.

Lucky Roma says:

Wow simple amazing. Waiting to learn more authentic sindhi cuisine food from you Ruchi 🙂

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