Feb 6, 2009

CAN ANY BODY KNOW THIS VEGETABLE NAME

Since i know this as KNol Kol is it right or not i dont know but i use this a lot.Please help me friends. THANKS A TON TO EVERY ONE FOR GIVING ME THE RIGHT NAME AND LINKS FOR THIS BEAUTIFUL AND HELTHY VEGETABLE THANK YOU SO MUCH FRIENDS.

18 comments:

Asha said...

Looks like Knolkol, doesn't it?

rekhas kitchen said...

yes asha even i know that name only

Madhu said...

Hey rekha,
It is known an Kholrabi in english, belongs to cabbage family.
Check this link for more info and names http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kohlrabi
We use this veggies for making sambar and curries..Very tasty.

Ushanandini said...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kohlrabi

You can get more information from this site.

kavitha said...

It is called "Kohlrabi".

Anonymous said...

I think it is called as Kohlrabi here.
Check out this link: http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&q=kohlrabi&gbv=2&safe=active

-Thanks,
Gauri

kavitha said...

It is called "Kohlrabi".

Varsha Vipins said...

No clue..:(

Rashmi said...

hi... its also called kholrabi...

it has a strong smell...like radish.... some like it and some dislike the smell...


more details of kholrabi can be found here...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kohlrabi

Pallavi said...

interesting looking. I've never seen anything like it, but I just googled Knolkol and looks like you can make a lot of recipes from it. Where did you get it?

Cham said...

It is called Kohlrabi (german turnip) and tamil they call Nool kol! We use for soup and even in veg kurma.

Uma said...

yes, rekha, it is knol kohl only. It's called kohlrabi in English. Check this website:

http://www.essentialgardenguide.com/garden-vegetables/33/Kohlrabi/

Vidhya said...

kohlrabi..thats what they call this..just google that.

RAKS KITCHEN said...

yes indeed its Knol kol:)

LG said...

I know it as Navilu Kosu/Kohlrabi.

Smitha said...

Hey Rekha!
It is called Kohlrabi in English and in Kannada Navil kosu... We love the vegetable and heard that it is vey good for diabetics!

allinadayswork said...

this is called Gaanth Gobhi and is used a lot in assamese cuisine.

rathankar said...

This is knoolkol, an excellent veggie for diabetics. it has an important component that can avoid the release of metal radicals in our body that causes lots of problems in a diabetic patient. Trust me, i am a diabetic and i ate this vegetable raw [own diagnosis] and within 3 months my sugar levels are in control. i am still doing reserch on this, but dont know how to go with. if any interestered, le t me know