Saag refers to common leafy green vegetables. So it’s normally made from a variety of different greens but one of the most common ones is spinach. So this Chicken Saag is basically a Spinach Chicken. We have a rich and delicious gravy made by blending the spinach. Saag Chicken is a popular Indian dish though to be honest it’s vegetarian counterpart Palak Paneer is probably better known. Which is great because I have a recipe for that too! But for now try out this epic recipe.
It’s a great way to get your meat and vegetables in a one pot dish.
Just eat it!!
This dish goes great with some Keto naan or some cauliflower rice. I also do enjoy eating it with a spoon sometimes. Now you all know palak paneer but did you know this recipe goes absolutely amazing with some fish? Got some nice boneless filets of fish? Make the gravy and then drop those fish pieces in and let it poach in the spinach gravy for 4 minutes and it should be cooked.
You could also use this with eggs or maybe some lamb. It’s a great recipe! I hope you will enjoy it!
450gramsFull Chicken Legs (Skinless)this is the drumstick and the thigh
1TspGinger Garlic Paste
1TspGaram Masala Powder
Salt to Taste
In a large saucepan add the spinach with about 30ml of water and some salt.
Cover and cook till the spinach has wilted down.
Transfer the spinach with any liquid from the pan into a food processor and blend to a smooth puree. Add more water if needed to blend.
Then in the same saucepan heat up some ghee and once hot add in the chicken. Season the chicken with salt and also add in the ginger garlic paste. Sautee the chicken till it starts to get some colour and caramelize.
Then pour in the spinach puree into the pan. Don't forget to rinse out the blender, waste none of the puree.
Then lower the heat and cook for 8-12minutes or till the chicken is FULLY COOKED.
Then add in the garam masala and cream and mix well. Cook for a minute before turning off the heat.
Serve with cauliflower rice or Keto naan. This recipe makes 3 servings.
Sahil is the master chef behind Headbanger's Kitchen. He hates writing up recipes because he's a man of few (written) words, but when he's on camera, he's all about the jibber jabber. Somebody stop him.