This is National Spinach Day! For spinach lovers like me, today’s the day for you!
I have cooked several Indian curry, and here is another one and is one of my favorites! The best traits for this curry is, you won’t have a headache for how to remove curry stain!
Let’s think back to your childhood. Did your parents let you wear an apron to avoid spill on your clothes? Curry usually contains turmeric, and when it makes a stain on your clothes, it hardly ever disappears! My mom used to let me wear an apron whenever dinner is curry, but as kids do, I spilled curry where an apron doesn’t cover that area, almost 100%. Eventually I had to wear special clothes that I can only wear while eating curry. Now I’m grown-up, and I can understand how shocking it is to get curry stains on my clothes, especially if it’s an expensive one.
But! This spinach curry doesn’t use turmeric, the curry’s ultimate spice. So let’s cook and eat yummy food without worries!
- 1 bunch spinach
- ½ onion – chopped
- 1 large tomato
- 1 clove garlic
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- Some cumin powder
- Some mustard seeds
- Some coriander seeds
- Some cinnamon powder
- Some cayenne pepper
- Some salt
- 2 tablespoon plain yogurt
- Some chopped tomatoes
- Fill water in a pan and bring it to boil. Add spinach and cook for about 10 seconds. Drain.
- Transfer spinach by squeezing excessed water in the food processor, and process until they are smooth. Set aside.
- Pour olive oil in a pan and bring it to medium high heat. Add garlic, cumin powder, mustard seeds, coriander seeds, cinnamon powder and stir well.
- Add onion and cook until onions are golden brown.
- Add tomato, spinach and cook until the liquid starts to boil.
- Reduce heat and add yogurt, salt and cayenne pepper to set taste.
- Transfer them to a plate and place chopped tomatoes for garnish. Enjoy!
Be ready to be surprised how a whole bunch of spinach can get THAT small!
Mmm, good! For cheese lovers, I recommend adding paneer. It’s undoubtedly so great! But! Even if you are not accessible for paneer, don’t assume cottage cheese can be a substitute for paneer. You’d end up making the exact same mistake:P If you already have a problem with using cottage cheese, check this recipe!
<Recommended Recipes for Curry Night *Stain Warning>
Level 1: just be careful how much you dip. Curry Mayo
Level 50: have a big spoon and watch for spill. Summer Veggies Curry
Level 100: I’ve never seen people without curry stains after eating. Curry Udon Soup
Happy National Spinach Day! Enjoy home cooking and your own creation of homemade food:)