Healthy Palak Recipes | Healthy Spinach Recipes


Spinach or palak, as it is known in Hindi is one of the healthy greens that is a favourite ingredient in the Indian kitchen. Here we have for you some really versatile and creative recipes with spinach (palak) that will give this age-old vegetable a really quirky and tasty makeover.

Our recipes with spinach (palak) are completely different from what you have on a regular basis. These are stylish, artsy as well as tasty. Serve them to a gathering of your friends or make them for your family on a weekend, either way, you will heap with praises at the end of the meal.

Don your chef apron and take out your kitchen tools – the cooking marathon is about to begin.


Spinach Cigars Recipe Stuffed With Peanuts And Cheese

An extremely quirky recipe with spinach (palak), this is a dish suitable for any time of the day be it breakfast or as a cocktail snack with the creaminess of cheese and earthiness of peanuts.




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Spinach And Corn Steaks Recipe With Garlic And Tomato Chutney

A perfect finger food recipe with spinach (palak), a classic combination of palak and makai (corn) served in a bite-sized steak form and garnished with tangy tomato chutney. Add a dash of innovativeness to your favourite flavours with this easy to cook, simple to serve and delicious to savour recipe!




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Palak Paneer Canapés Recipe

This recipe with spinach (palak) gives a French twist to a desi ingredient. A bite-sized canapé with smoky garlic flavoured spinach and creamy cottage cheese, bringing back all the familiar flavour of palak paneer wrapped up in a single bite.




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Broccoli And Spinach Soup Recipe

A vibrant green, hearty and warm winter soup. This recipe with spinach (palak) is perfectly suited for a cold evening. Perfect as a meal replacement for people on a low carb diet.




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Lehsuni Palak Naan Bombs Recipe

A dish suitable for any time of the day be it breakfast or as a cocktail snack with the creaminess of cheese and earthiness of peanuts and yes, no oil.




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