Mystery ingredient!

Mystery Ingredient 1

I’ve broken away from my usual recipe posting to give your culinary know-how a bit of a test….what is the mystery ingredient!?

For anyone who gets it right I will link to you when I post a full recipe including this ingredient in a day or two…..but if you haven’t got a clue then stick around and all will be revealed!

14 thoughts on “Mystery ingredient!

  1. Wow! I haven’t seen one of them in the UK in aaages! What did you/will you make with it? I used to eat them ALL the time in Bangladesh, but I could never quite love the bitterness…! Can’t wait to see what you come up with.

    • I’ve never seen them before but after a bit of google searching and a few youtube demos I’m down to a couple of recipes to pick from tomorrow! I’m intrigued to see what it tastes like! How did you used to cook them?

      • i used to slice it thinly and fry it with oil, chilli, garlic and ginger, and eat it as a side with rice and curry. i only ever bought it when it was literally the only vegetable available! don’t get me wrong, it’s not awful – it goes all curly when fried – but i could never get used to the bitterness. i’d be interested to know how you find it!

      • Check out the new post – I did a similar thing by cooking it in chilli and garlic. I have to say I’m not a fan and found it too bitter – although sounds like I’m not alone in that opinion! Ah well – it was certainly worth the experiment!

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