Shyam Savera also known as Spinach Stuffed Potatoes. Spinach veggies can be relished best in winters. There are so many lip-smacking spinach curries and from them my personal favorite is Shyam Savera. So here , I am sharing the recipe of Shyam Savera (Spinach Stuffed Potatoes).
Preparation Time: 5 minutes, Cooking Time: 20 minutes, Servings- 4.
Palak (Spinach) – 200 grams (without tail).
Boiled Potatoes- 6.
Corn Flour-3 tsp
Garlic Clove (Kali)-5,
Ginger-1 small piece
Javitri (Mace)-1 small piece.
Kasuri Methi- 1 pinch,
Ghee- 1 tsp,
Jaifal Powder (Nutmeg)- 1 tsp,
Red chilli powder-1 tsp,
Groundnut Powder-1 tbsp,
Tomato sauce- 2 tbsp,
Cream (Whipped)-1/2 cup
First take onion,garlic cloves,green chilli,ginger,tomatoes,badi elaichi (cardamom), cloves, black pepper and javitri (mace), grind it well in a mixie jar. Now in a pan add 1 tsp oil and mix the paste well,stir it slowly until it starts leaving oil. Add red chilli powder (for color),groundnut powder,tomato sauce &cream. Now add water and stir it continously and add kasuri methi,ghee and jaifal powder,mix it well. Your curry is ready.
Make the paste of palak (spinach) and add salt. Add cornflour with potatoes and make a soft dough. Now heat oil in a pan and put 1 small ball of dough to make sure oil is hot. Make small balls (kofta) of potato stuffed with palak and deep fry it.
While serving cut the kofta into two pieces, keep it in a bowl & serve gravy from side. That’s why it is named as Shyam Savera.
Now garnish it with rose petals, cashew-nut, almond or mint leaves. You can relish Shyam Savera (Spinach Stuffed Potatoes) with Roti, paratha, naan or any bread of your choice.