I first heard about sarson ka saag when my father ordered it in a Mumbai restaurant. During dinner, he then reminisced about the sarson ka saag he had relished on his travels to the northern parts of India like Delhi and Chandigarh and told us about how delicious this dish was and how the Punjabi folks revered it.
Growing up in South India, mustard leaves were quite unfamiliar to us, unlike the mustard seeds that went into practically every south Indian dish. I did hear about the mustard leaves or sarson travelling from the north in trucks to the Punjabi establishments in town. This was then made into sarson ka … Continue Reading