Fruits and Vegetables Around the World

Please suggest new ideas to incorporate uncommon fruits and vegetables in desi cooking.

Brussel Sprouts Curry

Bok Choy Poriyal

Broccoli Curry

Broccoli Paruppu Usili

Collard Greens Dal

Fuzzy Melon Sambar

Jalapeno Pepper Chicken

Mixed Greens Chicken Stew

Zucchini Kurma

Broccoli Potato Masala

Swiss Chard Dal

Roma Beans Sambar

Asparagus Sausage Stir fry

Asparagus Poriyal

Yellow Pumpkin Sambar

Meat Curry Powder

Asparagus Paruppu Usili

Dill Mushroom Masala

Asparagus Pepper Curry

Kale Poriyal

Bok Choy Dal

Yellow Squash Dhal

Asparagus Aalu Masala

Broccoli Cream Soup

Water Spinach Poriyal

Zucchini Scrambled Eggs

Kailan n Shrimp Poriyal

Kale Aloo Subzi

Asparagus Fried Rice

Garlic Chives Stir Fry

Zucchini Clear Soup

Zucchini Thuvaiyal

Asparagus Chutney

Avocado Paratha

Zucchini Fried Rice

Healthy Guacamole Sandwich




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  • Natty

    Thanks for the recipes. I think I’ll try to prepare almost half of them. As for me, I like broccoli a lot. . I also make my own mayonnaise and it tastes just fantastically. Besides, it is very nutritious.

  • Kans

    The english name of nungu is ICE APPLE.

  • shobie

    hai friends!!!! can anyone tell me what is the english name for “nungu”….plz let me asap…..thank u!!! bye!!!

  • ranjani

    i tried morekulambu with zucchini it came out very well…it tasted exactly like white pumpkin which we use usually for morekulambu

  • Kans

    Hi,The tamil name of Mulberries,is called Kambli chedi.

  • Kans

    Hi,The english name of SEPANG KILANGU,is called Taro root.

  • Balakrishnan

    what is the english name of SEPPANG KILANGU

  • Bhuvana Kamal

    I want to know the english name of vegetable Nookkal

  • sanjayira

    hi i want to know the tamil name of mulberries. tell me if any one knows, that will be really helpful.
    thank u and have a nice day.

  • iyswaryaa

    Swad Brand is good for drumstick

  • Cappuccino

    Can we get Vazha thandu, Murungai keerai, Sundakkai, Keerai thandu in frozen aisle or in fresh ? If so, where can we get that ?

    Also which brand of Frozen drumstick tastes good, i used to buy Ashoka and Surati sometimes it tastes bitter. Have to trash the whole pack. Let me know which brand is always good.

    Have a great day

  • Cappuccino

    What is the english name for Nungu (nongu) ?

    Have a great day

  • Sreevidhya

    Plz tell me the English name for yelandhai pazham.

  • pkges

    hi thanks for posting about all veg and fruits.its very useful for me.nantrikallai unkalukaa urithakukiraan

  • Mullai

    This thread is updated. Checkout interesting fresh ideas with unusual veggies.

  • janani

    Hi all,
    I have tried out usual sambar for pongal with zukini ,it really came out well ,and we can make salad (dry) with asparagus

  • Mullai

    This thread is being updated. Please share pictures of unsual market finds.

  • dc


    Asparagus 1 bunch
    yukon gold potatoes 2 meduim size
    salt to taste
    red chili powder 1/2 tsp
    turmeric 1/4 tsp
    garam masala 1/4 tsp
    oil 1-2 tbsp
    juice of half lemon
    coriander leaves for garnish

    wash aspargus and cut into 2 inch length .wash potatoes and cut into same length (like french Fries).
    heat oil add the potatoes and fry for 3-4 minutes till they turn
    colour now add the asparagus stems. season it with all the spices.
    cover and cook asparagus and potatoes on low uncover and cook on high flame for 2 minutes.garnish with coriander leaves and sprinkle lemon juice.

  • Visitor

    Asparagus fresh 1 bunch
    yukon gold potatoes (opt)
    onion 1 thinly sliced
    garlic 5-6 thinly sliced
    ginger 1 inch cube thinly sliced
    tomatoes 2-3 cut into small pieces
    red chili powder 1/2 tsp
    turmeric 1/4 tsp
    coriander powder 1/2 tsp
    salt to taste
    coriander leaves chpd
    oil 2 tbsp

    Clean the aspargus and cut into 1 inch pieces. blanch in boiling water for couple of minutes . refresh in cold water and keep aside.
    heat oil fry the onion with ginger and garlic till golden brown
    add the tomatoes with salt, redchili , turmeric, coriander powder and saute well. fry till the oil leaves the masala. now add the drained asparagus and mix well in the masala .cook for 5-7 minutes and serve garnished with chopped coriander leaves.

  • dahlia

    even i would love to try this asparagus rice.. plz tell if there r any other recipes with asparagus.. it is so attractive.. but i’ve never bought it just because i dont know wat to do with it..

  • ambika

    this is a grt topic. actually i was wondering what i can do from couple of these veg like bokchoy artichoke etc.can u add mor
    and by the way where should i suggest idea reg asparagus. i make asparagus rice . very simple easy and we love the tase.

    • Mullai

      Hi Ambika, ofcourse its a great topic, but sadly very little response. You are the first one to write a comment under this category, wish more members share ideas. One way to share your recipe is to register, login and contribute under add recipe category or you can directly type here as a regular post. Asparagus rice sounds yummy, hope you would share soon.

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