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@Sushma..Its Malabar Spinach / Basale soppu
I think betel leaf..
Is it betel leaf?Albeit even basil leaves are also used for mouth ulcer but it doesnt appear to be one.Will i get a prize for it:P
Is it mana thakkali keerai.. Not an expert in finding.. anyways thats my guess :)
Its betel albeit tulse (basil) leaves are also used for ulcer...but it doesnt look like one:)
Hey Basale soppu right? I don't know English name :(
It is Basale soppu in kannada (Malabar spinach)
I am almost sure it is 'Basale Soppu' or Poi.
Nammora basale (Indian Spinach)Prize yen kodteera..??
Taro..kesuvina ele alwa?
Omam or Ajwain...hope I am right.
Villedele :o)Are you growing it in your garden?You have a nice blog and I love Karnataka food, thanks for all the recipes
This is Basale...If i am not wrong :)
It's malabar spinach, also known as mayalu in Marathi, poi in Gujarati and vali in konkani. Is that correct?
Vali bhajji in konkani, basale soppu in kannada!
betel leaf for sure!
Its called Pasalai Keerai in tamil right?It gives out purple tiny fruits.We had this plant in our garden when I was a kid.
very poor at guessing all this, u should also help me sush
Alli mele yaaro veelyada ele antha baredaddu odi, nagu banthu..... Adu nanna favorite "BASALE SOPPU" also called Malabar Spinach or Indian Spinach..... Amma maaduva basale saaru nanage thumba ishta... Nenapu bandu kannu thumbi banthu..... Hugs))))Ash....(http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)
Its spinach i suppose.
Is it basale soppu!!
well I will wait to see what the answer is..:)
Hi . First time here , u hav a lovely collection of recipes with wonderful clicks ..Loved the bread dosa from ur archives ....Smita @ Little Food Junction
Don't know about ulcers- but looks like betel leaf or "paan" to me.
I think it's Malabar Spinach or MaayaaLu in matathi .
@Veni,You are right. It is malabar spinach. Basale soppu in Kannada@Shobana,You are partly correct. It is a type of spinach called malabar spinach@Hari Chandana, Priya & Anamika Sureka,Nah!, not betel leaves@Nithya,Thakkali keerai, you mean tomato leaves!, no dear..@Mangala Bhat,It is called Malabar spinach in English. You are right :)
@Madhuri, BangaloreBaker & Pavitra Kodical,Sari uttara.., you all are right. @Vanitha,sari uttara. Here is a BIG SMILE from me as a gift.@Kannada Cuisine,kesuvina yele allappa. Kesuvina yele idara 5-8 times doddadu iratte. Not taro leaves@Cilantro,No.., not ajwain.
Hi Sushma,Visiting your blog for the first time. Nimma recipes collection chennagi ide. I live in Singapore too. Nimge time sikkaga mail maadi. We shall get in touch. Regards,Sandhya
I saw the post now but guessed it right. I knew it was basale. :)
I'll tell you just after you tell the answer ok..;-P
We call it kodi pasalai Tamil, literally vine-spinach, those little seeds on those vine will turn from green to deep-purple color upon maturaton , right.
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