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pdai (Malaysian and Indonesian)

pdai

Language: Malaysian and Indonesian

Description: Large bright green, bean-like seeds. In Thailand these would usually be found still in their very large, heavy pod but are generally removed for export. They have a texture rather like very fresh almonds and a strong, garlicky flavour. They are eaten raw or cooked whole and used in sambals.


pdai
Sato beans or pdai, with thanks to Cho Mee in Mill Road, Cambridge

Ethnicity: Malaysian and Indonesian
Most frequent country: Indonesia, Malaysia


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