If you have observed in the first photo that this is a plant that grows near the water & it is abundantly seen during the rainy season. There are many delicacies made using this leaf as the main ingredient! Now, start guessing.
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Update: All of you have guessed it right. They are colocasia leaves used in making pathrode/pathra. Will give a tough one next time! Thanks for participating.
This is colocasia leaves :)ReplyDelete
Popularly known as "Teire" in Goa.
i think it is the leaf used to make "Pathrode"..ReplyDelete
First to comment :-)ReplyDelete
adu kesuvina ele/colocasia leaves/elephant ears - nodidrene patrode tinno aase aagta ide :-), maadidre, namagu swalpa kalisikodi
This colcasia :P kesuvina yele...we make patrode and many delicacies ...mainly M'lore people :P:
These are Taro leaves/colacasia leaves...hmm so many have already guessed..:)ReplyDelete
colocasia leaves/Taro ...lol you gave a easy one :)ReplyDelete
Hey sush..This is kesuvina yele also known as colacasia leaves..Yeah this is all mangaloreans favorite.. Patrode, chutney and tambli hmmm love it..Lucky you enjoy your vacation :)ReplyDelete
colocasia .... what do we get for guessing it right? :PReplyDelete
Patrode maado ele alva idu..ReplyDelete
All above friends confirmed my guess..ReplyDelete
wats this leaves used for ?
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