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List of Vegetables used in Assamese Cuisine with their English name.

Here is a list of 50 leafy and non-leafy vegetables used in Assamese cuisine with their English name. 


Vegetables



       Assamese name = English name 
  1. Lai xaak(লাই শাক)= Mustard green 
  2. Paleng xaak(পালেং শাক)= Spinach 
  3. Horiyoh xaak(সৰিয়হ শাক)= Mustard plant 
  4. Dhekia(ঢেকিয়া)= Fiddlehead ferns 
  5. Meethi xaak(মিথি শাক)= Fenugreek greens
  6. Mati kaduri(মাটি কাডুৰি)= Sessile joyweed 
  7. Lofa xaak(লফা শাক)= Chinese mellow  
  8. Bor-manimuni(বৰ-মানিমুনি)= Asiatic pennywort 
  9. Sofguti(চফগুটি)= Fennel 
  10. Dangbodi(ডাংবদি)= Yard long been 
  11. Kolmou(কলমৌ)= Water spinach 
  12. Titamora(তিতামৰা)= Jute plant 
  13. Tengamora(টেঙামৰা)= Roselle 
  14. Bhekuri(ভেকুৰী)= Indian nightshade 
  15. Squash(স্কচ্)= Chayote squash 
  16. Bahgaj(বাহঁগাজ)= Bamboo shoots 
  17. Betgaj(বেতগাজ)= Rattan shoots 
  18. Sojina(চজিনা)= Drumstick 
  19. Maan-dhania(মান ধনিয়া)= Long coriander 
  20. Mosondori(মচন্দৰি)= Heart leaf 
  21. Bhedai lota(ভেদাইলতা)= Skunk vine 
  22. Zilmil(জিলমিল)= White goosefoot 
  23. Moricha(মৰিচা)= Amaranth 
  24. Khutura(খুতুৰা)= Green amaranth 
  25. Oolkobi(ওলকবী)= Kohlrabi 
  26. Kosu(কচু)= Taro / colocasia 
  27. Kath aloo(কাঠ আলু)= Yam
  28. Potol(পটল)= Pointed gourd 
  29. Bhul(ভোল)= Sponge gourd 
  30. Zika(জিকা)= Ridge gourd 
  31. Kunduli(কুন্দুলী)= Ivy gourd 
  32. Dhunduli(ধুন্দুলী)= Snake gourd 
  33. Jatilao(জাতিলাওঁ)= Bottle gourd 
  34. Kumura(কোমোৰা)= Ash gourd 
  35. Bhat kerela(ভাত কেৰেলা)= Teasel gourd 
  36. Tita kerela(তিতা কেৰেলা)= Bitter gourd 
  37. Chengmora(চেংমৰা)= Lasia Spinosa 
  38. Noroxingho(নৰসিংহ)= Curry leaf
  39. Xukloti(শুকলতি)= Patchouli 
  40. Babori xaak(বাবৰি শাক)= Crown daisy 
  41. Purnonova xaak(পূৰ্ণনভা শাক)= Dichondra 
  42. Suka xaak(চুকা শাক)= Spinach dock
  43. Doroon bon(দোৰোণ বন)= Lucas aspera
  44. Modhuxulung(মধুসোলেং)= Polygonum microcephalum
  45. Ou tenga(ঔ টেঙা)= Elephant apple 
  46. Kon bilahi(কণ বিলাহী)= Cheery tomato
  47. Siral(চিৰাল)= Mouse melon 
  48. Posola(পচলা)= Banana shoots 
  49. Koldil(কলডিল)= Banana flower 
  50. Nol-tenga(নল টেঙা)= Indian chestnut vine 

Few more added 

  1. Helosi (হেলচি শাক) = Buffalo spinach, Helancha
  2. Pirali palang (পিৰালী পালেং) = Ceylon Spinach, Water leaf
  3. Tangasi (টেঙেচি) = Oxalis corniculata
  4. Ponounova (পনৌনৱা) = tar vine
  5. Dupor Tenga (দূপৰ টেঙা) = .Kalanchoe pinnata  
  6. Brahmi xaak (ব্ৰক্ষ্মী শাক) = Bacopa monmieri 

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    1. Moni sal in English is called soapnut or soapberry

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  2. What is swiss chard called in assamese?

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  3. Durun khak in english??

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  4. What do you call seteka in English

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    1. Seteka or tita bhekuri in English is called turkey berries

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  5. OL Sohora in english please...thank u in adv

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  6. Tora in english

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  7. Kale in Assamese

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  8. Notohingho naak in english?

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