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Poi Saag Bengali Style Mix Veg Recipe


A sheer delight for vegetarians, this Bengali Poi saag recipe, with Poi, pumpkin, potato, and capsicum, is a soul pleaser :) Add vegetables of your choice and delight your family with this easy peasy recipe!

I learned this recipe from a Bengali aunt, who has shared this delicacy with me umpteen times.I just love the sheer aroma and taste of this Bengali poi saag recipe.

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Bengali Poi Mix Veg Recipe

Poi Saag - a bunch
Pumpkin - cubed-
Potato-cubed
Capsicum- thinly sliced
Lauki- sliced 1/2cup
Green chilly
Salt
Sugar-2 pinches
Panch phoron- 1 tsp
Bay leaf -1
Mustard oil- 1 tsp


  • Heat oil in a vessel. 
  • Add panch phoron and bay leaf. Let the spices splutter. 
  • Add potatoes. Stir for a minute. 
  • Add salt & turmeric. Mix well. 
  • Add sugar. Mix.
  • Add the remaining vegetables.
  • Give them a good mix. Heat on a high flame for a minute. Keep stirring.
  • Cover & cook for 5 mins on a low flame. Open the lid and mix everything well.
  • Cover again for 5-10 mins.
  • Check if the vegetables are done. Make sure the veggies aren't overcooked.

Switch off the flame and enjoy with rice or roti :)

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