You’re all grown up, you can take care of yourself. You eat only organic vegetables and fruits.
You know your broccoli and parsley from your thyme and rosemary. But what to do when that tindey ki sabzi craving hits?
We were taught the usual potato-brinjal-cabbage-cauliflower in kindergarten, but what our teachers forgot was that our mothers enjoyed cooking tindey more than (the much more appetizing) potatoes and cauliflower. And what are tindey called in English?
Let us enlighten you about the English names of some common Indian vegetables.
What are these known as in your local language? Share with us in the Comments below.
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