The eggplant, also known as aubergine, garden egg, guinea squash, melongene, and brinjal, usually has an egg-like shape and a vibrant purple color
Green, leafy and wholesome, cabbage popularly called ‘Patta gobi’ in Hindi, ‘Gos Koora‘ in Telugu, ‘Muttaikose’ in Tamil, ‘Mutta gose’ in Malayalam, ‘Kosu’ in Kannada, ‘Kobi’ in Gujarati & Marathi, ‘Gobi’ in Punjabi, and ‘Bandha Kopee’ in Bengali, is a low-calorie vegetable. A popular choice in salad recipes, this fiber-rich vegetable offers a host of benefits. Read on to discover the amazing benefits of cabbage
Carrots are one of the most widely used and enjoyed vegetables in the world, partly because they grow relatively easily and are very versatile in a number of dishes and cultural cuisines. They are scientifically classified as Daucus carota and categorized as a root vegetable. Carrots come in different colors such as orange, purple, white, yellow, and red. The taproot of the carrot is the part of the vegetable most commonly eaten, although the greens are still beneficial in salads and other forms.
We love to eat all those continental dishes, garnished with pepper. These colorful veggies form an important part of savory dishes too. But not many know that these tasty veggies pack a punch when it comes to nutrition.
Beets or beetroots, as they are often called, belong to the Chenopodiaceous family. Their history stretches back to ancient times, and the earliest signs of their cultivation were approximately 4,000 years ago in the Mediterranean region.
The average American consumes too much sodium and too few essential nutrients like dietary fiber, vitamins and minerals, says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. One sodium-free option for boosting the flavor and nutrition of your meals is to use onion power.
With a sharp flavor that's just as welcome in custom-made steak rubs as it is in homemade soups and broths, granulated dried garlic -- coarsely ground dried garlic powder -- makes a useful addition to your pantry. Although it lacks some of the advantages associated with fresh garlic, such as anti-bacterial activity, granulated garlic still offers a number of health benefits. Use it in your cooking to boost your intake of essential minerals.