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Healthy Buddha home delivers fresh organic produce & curated grocery / pantry products, direct to customers in Bangalore for a healthy lifestyle. We are organic certified by NPOP, India. We have our own farms and also source directly from a handpicked network of organic farmers. Select HB products are also available across stores (Godrej Natures Basket, Food Hall, Big Bazaar) and online (Amazon, Big Basket, Healthifyme & Place of Origin).
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Common inexpensive vegetable that belongs to the gourd family, along with melons and cucumbers. Known as seemebadnekai locally. Also fondly call it Bangalore-Kathrikkai ( Bangalore-brinjal).
While cooking it in a sambar is common, a simple chow chow stir fry is also very popular. It is also said to be an ideal accompaniment for greasy meats.
Locally, it is considered to be a neutraliser for acid reflux and spicy food.
chow chow is also often grated and pickled in chilli oil and salt. Usually handled like summer squash, it is generally lightly cooked to retain the vegetable’s crispy consistency.