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hara pyaz (हरा प्याज)

Language: Hindi

Description: Spring onion. Spring onions (US: scallions, salad onions) are small white onions with long dark green stems. They are usually eaten raw in salads or as a garnish. In South East Asian and China they are often chopped and added as a garnish before a dish is served.


hara pyaz
Spring onions, with thanks to Clark's Quality Fruit & Veg in Cambridge Market

Latin: Allium cepa, Allium fistulosum
Ethnicity: Indian Subcontinent
Most frequent country: India
Also known as: hari piaz, hariyo pyaj, kandeachi paat, kandey ke patti, lunu kolle, piaj koli, piaz patti, vengayathaal, vull kada

See foods and dishes: pyaz, pyaz ke beej, ullikadalu


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