“Bhukat” or “Bhankatiya” in Hindi, “Brihati Marathi Marang” in Sanskrit, “Sundakkai” in Tamil and “Kundanekayi” in Kannada.
You can add it in Sambar, Kozhambu, Gravy
Here is a traditional Grandmom's way of preparing Sundakkai.
You could also try In soaking in buttermilk, sun-drying as they do in Tamil Nadu.
It is, in fact, renowned for its valuable properties, particularly in healing stomach aches and for efficiently breaking a fast, enhancing digestion, being widely documented in traditional Indian medical systems, in ancient Ayurveda and Siddha manuscripts.
Turkey berry is bestowed with iron, that is a mineral crucial for the healthy synthesis of red blood cells in the body.
Good source of antioxidants
Instilled with glycoside antioxidants, turkey berry control insulin production and glucose absorption in the body.
Fibre content facilitates smooth digestion of food, accelerates weight loss and maintains normal appetite.