Meatless Monday: Vegetable saag from Sundara Indian Cuisine
What is it? Vegetable saag
Where is it from? Sundara Indian Cuisine and Craft Beer
What’s in it? Curry with spinach, caramelized onion and a variety of vegetables. You can also add paneer, a fresh cheese, to the dish if you’d like an even creamier saag.
How much will it cost me? $11.95
Why we love it? The house-made saag from Sundara is unique, flavorful and a must-try, plant-based meal. It’s a traditional Indian dish, made with a spinach-based curry and caramelized onions. You have a choice of adding veggies or meat to the saag; we opted for veggies which include a mix of broccoli, green peas and cauliflower. Within the curry, you’ll taste delicious flavors of fresh tomato, cream and a variety of spices. It has a kick, but isn’t too spicy for those who are sensitive. It’s served with a side of rice that makes the veggie-loaded meal extra satisfying. Pro tip: The portions are big here, so consider sharing your saag with someone special.
1774 Sunset Cliffs Blvd., Ocean Beach. sundaracuisine.com
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