7 Incredible Vegetables Names In Telugu Examples

by Radhe Gupta
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Did you know that there are vegetables with names like “rare cucumber” and “golden beets”? If you’re looking for a way to spice up your dinner routine, this blog post is just the thing. We will explore 7 unusual vegetable names in Telugu and give examples of how each one can be used in a dish.

After the introduction, we will explore: “Lotus Root” (పోట జ) which can be used in a dish to make rice.

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* ”Rare Cucumber” – The word ”rare cucumbers” is actually interchangeable with the name of any green vegetable like spinach or broccoli but it has been given this name because they are not as readily available at grocery stores. * ”Golden Beets”- Golden beets are a healthy and sweet alternative to regular beets.

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Cobra Pear:

Indian potato, also called the snakefruit or cobra’s fruit, is a plant species in the genus Datura. It has large feathery leaves with toothed edges and tall flower stalks that bear white flowers followed by pear-shaped fruits which are green when unripe but turn bright red at maturity. The name “snakefruit” comes from its resemblance to a coiled serpent about to strike – an association probably reinforced by its use as one of several ingredients in some Indian poisons (especially dawa).

The root was used for various purposes including stomach aches and toothaches. In India it is often eaten after being dried out under the sun because people believe that this will remove any poisonous effects.

Jerusalem Artichoke:

The Jerusalem artichoke, native to the northeastern United States and Canada, is a tuber vegetable of the sunflower family that produces edible tubers with a sweet flavor reminiscent of an artichoke heart. The plant’s name derives from its old cultivation as far north as North America around New York City in what was then called “the Dutch colony,” now known as “New Amsterdam.” In England it acquired the name “sunchoke” because it resembled sunchokes (aka earth apples) which are eaten by pigs, unlike other members of this genus. Sunchokes have also been used for livestock feed or fodder due to their high sugar content and drought tolerance.

Potato (पाटी)

Tomato(தோங்க)

Leek (ਲੈਂਚ )

Carrot (چاروتی)

Cabbage(كابليجة يمنية ) – “Qabliya” in Urdu. It is called “kale” in English-speaking countries, but that name is applied to a variety of vegetables such as curly greens and even broccoli and cauliflower. In the United States it usually refers only to cabbage heads harvested early before they mature into tough old

We all eat vegetables, but there are so many different types and even more names to go with them. Here is a list of the most unusual vegetable names in Telugu:

*Jhinga Patti – Eggplant/aubergine*

*Pacha Muggu – Pumpkin squash*

*Nimmakayalu- Cucumber*

*Kollu Kudupindi – Colocasia Leaves*

I hope this post has been useful for you if you’re looking for some interesting new ingredients to cook! There’s always something exciting about discovering or learning a foreign language especially when it comes to food and cooking. Thanks again for reading my blog post, I’m glad you found it useful!

*Chelikai Puttu – Cauliflower*

Sour Leaves: avegetable in Telugu is called “Avalakaya” and some of its popular dishes are the Avala Kichadi, Roasted Pappadam with Avala Masala, Avial (prepared using coconut milk), etc.

*Ganthimadhya- Beetroot*

*Pakka Kaanga – Peas*

*Kolambalu Khamba – Turnips/white radishes*

*Nippatulu Navi Zucchini/Courgettes’s variant)*, also known as Drumsticks or Baby Okra. The okra

– Radish

– Turnip

– Cardoon

– Artichoke (Stem)

– Nopal Cactus Fruit Cholla pod fruit, or Prickly Pear Cheese. The nopales have a variety of shapes including those that are cylindrical and flat in appearance. If you’ve ever seen one it probably looks like an oversized green cucumber with spines on the outside and prickles on the inside. These plant parts may look intimidating but they’re actually quite good for you! In fact, many people report feeling detoxified after eating them as they provide richness from iron and magnesium to vitamin A levels not found in other fruits and vegetables before digestion. They also contain over 20 different amino acids, which are the building blocks of proteins.

– Ramps

– Bullnettle (Ribbon Grass) – also called cat’s ear or cow itch. It is a common lawn weed in the United States, but it can be used as either food and medicine due to its high levels of antioxidants that help prevent cancer cells from spreading. The bull nettle has been found to have antihistamine properties which are helpful for those who suffer from allergies like hay fever, asthma and hives while also being an overall immunity booster since they contain vitamin C; B vitamins such as riboflavin, niacin, thiamine, pantothenic acid and pyridoxine; calcium; iron; magnesium; potassium and zinc! These plants will often taste and feel like a warm liquid, which is the reason why it can be used to make tea.

– Water chestnut

– Agave (Agavaceae) – this plant’s sap has been found to have many health benefits including: help with weight loss because of its low glycemic index so people who are diabetic or on diets won’t experience spikes in their blood sugar levels; it also has natural sugars that taste sweeter than refined sugar without any calories! The agave will often grow up to 12 feet tall but can only live for about 25 years before they need an additional planting due to how quickly they grow. It takes about five years for the first flowering stage and then another 15 after that until the flowers bloom and the plant dies.

– Aconitum – this flower is called “monkshood” in English and it comes from a genus of plants that are all poisonous to humans, animals, and insects! The monkshood will grow up to about six feet tall with flowers on one side which can be purple or white. It’s found mostly in Europe but also China where you’ll find it growing at higher elevations after winter has passed through because they need colder temperatures for their roots.

– Banana

– Carambola: This fruit tastes similar to an apple but more tart than sweet so if you’re looking for something light then try out this variety! There are two types of carambolas: starfruit (the one with a star shape) and white, which has smaller fruit. The yellow ones are sweeter than the other two but they’re also more expensive because of their rarity! – Durian: This is one of my personal favorites out of all these plants just because it tastes like heaven on earth! I’ve heard people say that if you hold this fruit in your hand for too long then it will start to sweat and smell really bad so be careful not o get any juice on your clothes or else you’ll have to wash them again after eating durians. They only grow naturally within certain parts of southeast Asia including Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos PDR (Laos), Malaysia and Brunei Darussalam (Brunei

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