There are various types of fruits and vegetables in the market that are good for our health. One of those healthy vegetables is a water chestnut which is very famous due to its taste and health benefits.
Water Chestnuts are completely different from nuts as they are counted in vegetables that grow underwater or we can say that in the mud. They can be eaten raw, sweetened, baked, fried, or cooked.
There are various health benefits of water chestnuts (also known as “แห้ว” in the Thai language). They are good at food as they contain very little fat, healthy for our body, sometimes used in medicines in some places.
Raw water chestnuts are somewhat crispy and sweet. Boiled water chestnuts have a company and somewhat crispy texture, using a gentle and somewhat nutty flavor that can easily be overpowered by seasonings or sauces by that the water chestnut is cooked or served.
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Water chestnuts are usually powdered and used to earn roti (chapattis) along with the water left after boiling them is blended with a couple of water chestnuts, liquidized and contributed to children suffering from measles.
They seem a good deal like sweet chocolates in their tough shell casing and have to be pumped until the casing is thicker. Water chestnuts can chiefly be classified into two kinds of crops.
Trapa natans, because it’s often called an aquatic plant having enormous leaves located in the base of the pond. E. Dulcis is mainly cultivated in deserts chiefly in China and also the origin is subsequently reaped for ingestion. These crops are embodied to rise in the aquatic landscape, chiefly in water.