Lamb Saag / Lamb Palak
Vaisakhi or Baisakhi, a festival celebrated by Sikhs and Hindus are incomplete without Saag. Usually, they prefer making it with lamb or mutton. The origin of Saag is the Punjab region of India but is equally famous all over Northern India. Sarson ka saag is part of everyday life for hard-working village people who spend their days working laboriously in the field and enjoy their Sarson ka Saag and Cornmeal bread in lunch hours which gives them nutrition as it’s not only rich in flavor but a good source of iron and provides antioxidants.