Monday, March 17, 2014

Easy Slow Cooker Saag Aloo from Amuse Your Bouche

Easy Slow Cooker Saag Aloo
Easy Slow Cooker Saag Aloo is perfect for Meatless Monday!

It's St. Patrick's Day, so I'm sure there are plenty of people who are cooking Corned Beef in the Slow Cooker today without any thoughts of Meatless Monday.  But if you do happen to be a vegetarian or just a Meatless Monday fan, this Easy Slow Cooker Saag Aloo from Amuse Your Bouche is beautifully green and also has potatoes, an ingredient with plenty of Irish history.  If you're not that familiar with Indian food, Saag Aloo means "spinach and potaotes" and this easy recipe can be in the slow cooker in minutes.

Ingredients for this recipe:
Potatoes, onion, water, vegetable stock cube, oil, cumin, ground coriander, garam masala, hot chilli powder, black pepper, spinach.

I hope you enjoy trying this from-scratch slow cooker recipe! This link will take you to the complete recipe for Easy Slow Cooker Saag Aloo from Amuse Your Bouche.

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More Ideas for Meatless Greens in the Slow Cooker:
Yellow Lentil and Spinach Vegan Soup from Soup Chick
Honey Beans and Spinach from A Year of Slow Cooking
Vegetarian Greek Lentil Soup with Tomatoes, Spinach, and Feta from Kalyn's Kitchen 
Vegetarian Cannellini Bean and Kale Soup from Kalyn's Kitchen
Vegan Sag Paneer (Tofu with Spinach) from Everyday Maven
Lentils and Kale Super Food from A Year of Slow Cooking
Spicy Vegetarian Pinto Bean and Chard Burritos from Kalyn's Kitchen
Chana Dal with Spinach from Everyday Maven

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