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This green herb is widely used in cooking around the world. Great with potatoes, rice, fish and meat it is an all round herb that works great with most dishes! Curly parsley is also often used as garnish on dishes.
Daikon literally means big root and is a winter radish with a mild flavour. Native to our part of the world here in Southeast Asia it is low in food energy, but it has a high amount of vitamin C.
There are many uses for this white root, especially in Asian dishes. It can be pickled, grated, simmered, shredded, dried and stir fried. Here in Singapore it is often used in carrot cake, a fried dish often found in hawker food centres.
With it’s tender leaves, milder and sweeter taste, savoy cabbage separates itself from red and green cabbage and is becoming increasingly popular.
Packed with fiber, vitamins, potassium, magnesium and so much more, this vegetable is the perfect addition to either lunch or dinner!
Savoy cabbage is mainly a winter vegetable and seasonal in nature. Under those circumstances, savoy cabbage is mostly available from us only during the winter season in Australia.
Tip: Try it blanched, steamed, stir-fried or raw. It is also great in coleslaw for those that don’t appreciate the toughness of green or red cabbage!
Baby potatoes are small, with a thin skin and rich, creamy, buttery taste. Higher in moisture than the more floury varieties of potatoes, it holds shape better and it also contains less starch.
A good source of vitamin C, this creamy potato also contain potassium and fibre with virtually no fat! Storing them in a dry, dark and cool place is best but try not to store the potatoes in the fridge.
Uses: An all-purpose potato use them for mashing, boiling, roasting, backing or pureeing. Great in soups, stews or salads.
Barry’s Tip: Dutch potatoes make for a yummy mash with just a little bit of salt. You don’t even need butter or cream!
Summer squash is a type of squash normally harvested when it is still immature. This means the rind of these small yellow squashes is still very tender and can be eaten along with the flesh inside. The name often relates to the fact that these small squash have a much shorter storage life than fully matured squashes. Another variation of the summer squash would be zucchini.
The most common variety of summer squash arriving in our warehouse is often called Pattypan squash. Often just a few inches in diameter this tender squash can be used in several ways. You can roast it, stir-fry it or boil it. In some cultures it is also pickled in sweetened vinegar.
Capsicum (commonly known as bell peppers) comes in several different shapes and colours and is often used in cooking all around the world as well as in spices. It is related to its spicier variety the chilli pepper, but is milder and larger than the spicier varieties.
Red, yellow and orange capsicums are sweeter than their green counterparts which have a more bitter flavour.
Bell peppers can be used in a variety of ways! Juice it, stir-fry it, sauté it, toss it in a salad… Only your imagination stops you when it comes to this versatile veggie!
Parsnip is a root vegetable closely related to carrots and can be used similarly, though they have a sweeter taste, especially when cooked.
Uses: Parsnips can be eaten raw, but are usually served cooked. They can be baked, boiled, pureed, roasted, fried or steamed. It can be found in stews, soups and casseroles.
A natural hybrid developed by a Japanese company. The broccilini has smaller florets and thinner stalks than the broccili.
It is high in vitamins and minerals essential to improving nervous and brain functions and preventing cardiovascular diseases.
Broccolini tastes milder, with a sweet, earthy taste than the Broccoli. It can be sautéd, steamed, boiled, or stir fried to bring out the most of its sweet crunchy flavour.
Rosemary is native to the Mediterranean reaches but also grows in southern England, where it was introduced by the Romans. It has a distinctive aroma and can be used in both sweet and savoury dishes.
Turnip is a root vegetable that is quite versatile in its usage based on the size. The smaller ones are sweeter and more tender whilst larger ones have a stronger more mature flavour and a more crunchy texture.
You can use turnip in several ways based on the size. Smaller young turnips can be used in salads to complement cabbages, carrots and beets. Other methods would include roasting, steaming and even pickling. Dice them up and roast them with other root veggies for a delicious side dish to any meal.
Tip: If the turnip is large you may want to peel it as the outer layer can be tougher when the size is bigger.
Jerusalem artichokes are native to the Central America and bear no relation to the city of Jerusalem contrary to what its name suggests.
Jerusalem artichokes are sweet and crunchy tubers that are in fact not a true artichoke, but instead a variety of sunflower. This white fleshed veggie resembles ginger but is sweet and crunchy when raw and smooth and aromatic when cooked. Its nutty, sweet white flesh is the perfect paring with other root veggies. Though small it is rich in nutrients such as iron, potassium and vitamin B1.
Uses: Cook them the same way you would for potatoes or parsnips. Jerusalem artichoke is great roasted, sautéed, puréed or dipped in batter and fried. Make sure to either wash them thoroughly or preferably peel them before use.
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