Generally known as Saag Paneer when you eat out – since i didn’t have any milk in the house, it was just saag or (curries spinach for those not up on their indian menu terms)
This was from one of my fav cookbooks – The Indian Slowcooker! Most make a ton, so i usually use the “this is how to cut this recipe in half” feature!
- Serrano peppers are larger and can end up hotter than thai chilis
- 7 cherry tomatoes are not equal to 1 roma. (tomatoes all evened out as far as taste, but less would have been fine as well)
- 4 quart crockpot (this is halved, use a 6 quart and double it if you have more people to feed)
- Immersion Blender – so amazing for smoothing out soups without the danger of transferring to a blender!
Verdict – i thought this was delicious! Assuming it will freeze well!
Excited to make it less spicy next time, and pan fry up some tofu to enjoy with! Love getting all the veggies!
As far as pre-prep – you made this on your prep day and just put it in the fridge for reheating later in the week. Sounds like a win win to me!
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