alt. An Indian dish made from greens (usually spinach) cooked down to a thick paste. n. An Indian dish made from greens (usually spinach) cooked down to a thick paste.
SAAG can mean:
- South Asia Analysis Group, a non-profit thinktank concerned with South Asian affairs.
- serum-ascites albumin gradient
- Saag, an Indian foodstuff
Usage examples of "saag".
I drove home via Rusholme, where I picked up a selection of samosas, onion bhajis, chicken pakora and aloo saag bhajis.
We wolfed down potato turnovers, Tandoori chicken, lamb in a cream sauce, saag paneer, and naan, all washed down with a crisp, cold white wine.
Kosa Saag after so many years, wearing this youthful body by virtue of the transformations he had undergone.
It rose steeply but not unmanageably in some places, held level in others, and in some actually began to descend, giving us the disheartening thought that all we had accomplished in these days of struggle had been to discover a path leading down the far side of Kosa Saag that would take us to some unfriendly village of that unknown territory.