Fresh Ash Gourd is added to the dishes to prepare various curries. This
vegetable is also used in the making of soup dishes in some parts of the
world. The famous North Indian sweet, Agra Ka Petha is made from the
Ash Gourd. Occasionally, this fruit is also used to make beverage and it
delivers a distinctive and delightful taste. Ash Gourd is used in the
process of making the liquefied curd or buttermilk in South India. It is
very low in calories with each 100 g serving of ash gourd providing
only 13 calories of energy. It is enriched with sodium, dietary fibre
and vitamin C. It is good for diabetics, cures peptic ulcer, treats
constipation and beats acidity...
Banana stem is used to prepare as a dish cooked with lentils and spices.
It is often sliced or chopped to add in the curries, stir fries, soups
or stews for a taste. It is also blended with water and salt to make a
refreshing drink. High on fiber, the stem helps in treating the ulcers
or an acidic stomach...
It is a certain type of bean, which have a little oval structure with
black eye on it. Though it is widely popular for its nice flavor and
taste, the nutritious value of the vegetable can also not be ignored. It
contains almost all essential vitamins and minerals including vitamin
A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, C, folic acid, iron, potassium, magnesium,
calcium, selenium, sodium, zinc, copper, phosphorus, etc. Needless to
say, it has a number of important health benefits. Additionally, cowpeas
are beneficial for our skin and hair too...
Fresh beans are more than just tasty. With no saturated fat, they are
very low in calories and contain vitamins and minerals. They're a rich
source of dietary fiber, not to mention that they go well when paired
with almost any meal...
The purple colored vegetable, Beetroot is consumed as a vegetable sabji
to eat along with rice or rotis. Beetroot is sliced into pieces to have
it as a salad. Beetroot juice is consumed to maintain robust health. It
helps in reducing Homocysteine which is harmful to the blood vessels,
since it possesses folate and manganese. Beetroot is also used in the
preparation of soups and pickles...
Bitter Gourd, although bitter in it's natural form, are used to prepare
various Indian dishes. Some people even consume the juice made from
Bitter gourd for its medicinal value, since it contain rich sources of
Protein, Vitamins and Minerals. Bitter Gourd helps in controlling
diabetes, treating piles, purifying the blood, curing constipation and
improving the immune system of the body...
Bottle Gourd or Calabash is used in the preparation of various curries
in Indian Cuisine. It is chopped into pieces and added in curries to
savour along with hot rice or rotis. Bottle Gourd is prepared as chutney
to consume with rice, rotis or sometimes with dosas. It contains many
vitamins and minerals, such as, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, Vitamin
A, C and folate. It is extremely popular for weight loss. Especially the
bottle gourd or lauki juice is beneficial for weight loss. Bottle gourd
is extremely popular for reducing high blood pressure and keeping your
Bring home the big black Brinjal to cook variety of delicious dishes,
the most famous being – Baingan ka Bhartha. In the southern states of
India, this Black coloured Brinjal is also used as an ingredient in
Sambhar to deliver rich taste in it. This vegetable is low on fat, high
in proteins and carbohydrates, which together ensures boost in the
immune system of the body...
Brinjal Kateri is a variety of Brinjal that is used to cook variety of
curries and the most famous being, Bhaingan ka Bhartha. Brinjal is also
added to Sambhar, as an ingredient for taste. It is fried with the
addition of spices to consume as side dish for Lunch or Dinner...
Bring home the fresh Broad Beans which is full of protein and is a great
source of vitamins A, B1 and B2 They are also known as Papadi, Fava
Beans or Vicia Faba. Broad beans should be podded, unless they are very
young and tender, and boiled before cooking since they are pretty hard.
There are various recipes that can be prepared from this vegetable...
Broccoli basically belongs to the family of green leafy vegetables like
cabbage, spinach and brussels sprouts whose stalks and large flower
heads are edible. The large flower heads are arranged in a tree like
manner on branches sprouting from a thick stalk and are generally green
in color, often with a purple tinge. It can be eaten raw or cooked but
the raw ones have a higher content of vitamins and nutrients. The flower
and stalks are edible whereas the leaves, being bitter in taste, are
Fresh Cabbage is consumed as a vegetable curry or as a fried dish with
rice or roti. It is often added with other vegetables in salads and does
not contain pesticides. It is also used in the preparation of soups and
pickles. Since cabbage contains an excellent source of Vitamin C and K,
it helps in cancer prevention, controlling blood pressure, boosting
immunity and controlling digestive issues...
Green Capsicum is also called as Bell Pepper which is widely used in
cooking across the world, as a major ingredient in many dishes. Green
Capsicum can be stir fried with other vegetables to consume with Rice or
Rotis. Green capsicum contains rich source of Anti-oxidants, Vitamin C
and ParaCoumaric acids which are a great source in preventing cancer...
Red Capsicum or Bell Pepper is one of the varieties among the Capsicum
family which is widely used in cooking across the world for its tangy
taste and crunchy texture. Red capsicum contains nutrients such as
Vitamin - C, E, Carotene and Para-Coumaric acids which are a great
source for health benefits...
Yellow Capsicum is one of the varieties of Bell Pepper which is widely
used in cooking across for its sweet taste. Yellow capsicum contain
nutrients such as Vitamin - C, A and Dietary Fiber which are a great
source for health benefits...
Bring home the Fresh Red Carrots and add it to your range of dishes.
These carrots can be used in various dishes or can be eaten alone or
else used in salads. Carrots are used in making of sweet dishes, mostly
Gajar-Ka-Halwa. Most of the benefits of carrots can be attributed to
their beta-carotene and fiber content. This root vegetable is also a
good source of antioxidant agents. Furthermore, carrots are rich in
vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, vitamin B8, pantothenic acid, folate,
potassium, iron, copper, and manganese...
Carrot Ooty is added to a range of dishes, since they are considered to
be among the major ingredients used in food preparation. They are used
in salads to enhance the taste of it. Carrots can also be used in making
of sweet dishes, with GajarKaHalwa being the famous among all. They
are garnished on the sandwiches and burgers for a delicious taste...
Cauliflower is one of the most versatile vegetable that makes for a
great side dish as well as main dish. With its rich supply of
health-promoting phytochemicals, high level of anti-inflammatory
compounds, and ability to ward off cancer, heart disease, brain disease,
and even weight gain- it seems there isn’t much cauliflower can’t do.
For getting the best out of this vegetable, saute it instead of boiling
it in water and make it mushy...
Green Chillies are basic and essential ingredient in bringing out a
zesty and pungent flavour in all Indian dishes. They are either chopped
into small pieces or slitted before adding in curries. Sometimes Green
Chillies are also aded in salads and in soups for an appealing taste.
Green Chillies can also be used in making pickles which can be consumed
along with Hot Rice or Rotis. Green chilies are low in calories,
virtually fat-free and rich in vitamins like A, C and K. A compound
called 'Capsaicin' in chilies make them taste hot. Not everyone would
like to bite on a green chili, but they are known to increase your
metabolism by burning your calories. The high amount of antioxidants in
them take care of your cardiovascular system as well...
Fresh Cluster Beans can be used in the culinary preparation of curries
and also can be fried along with other vegetables and spices to consume
along with Rice or Rotis. They are rich in vitamins and minerals
contributing to numerous health benefits like bone development, proper
heart functioning, managing blood pressure and improving blood
Bring home the Tendli or Coccinia which can be used as an additional
ingredient in the preparation of various curries to deliver a delightful
and delicious taste. It can be stir fried with the addition of spices
and can be consumed with Rice or Rotis. They are also considered as a
major ingredient in sambhar, a South Indian dish or a few Dal varieties.
It is also used in the preparing of Chutney which is savoured along
with Dosas, Chapathi and Rice...
Coconuts not only provide cool and refreshing water to quench our
thirst, but are also used in dishes to make it tasty and flavoursome.
The inner pulp of the coconut which is generally called as the Copra,
can be chopped into slices or made a paste to be further added into
variety of curries. This Copra is widely used to prepare Coconut Chutney
in the Southern states of India. Coconut Oil can also be derived from
these Coconuts and used as a cooking Oil. Kerala Cuisine contains
coconut in some or the other form as an ingredient in it, not only for
the taste, but also for an aroma and flavour in the food...
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