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Vegetables Name | Vegetables Name in English | List Of Indian Vegetables

Vegetables Name in English

India is an agricultural country. There is a lot of plantation that takes place across the country. In most parts of India, vegetables are grown.  Owing to the connectivity, most of the Indian vegetables name are available in every part of the country. This post does not talk about the recipes. In this post, we will be discussing the vegetables name. I plan to cover all vegetables name in English. However, as of now, I am including the vegetable names of Indian vegetables. By Indian vegetables, I mean the vegetables which are used in cooking in the Indian kitchens. This list shall be updated frequently.

In India, lots of vegetables are used for cooking. As per Wikipedia, the data of 2014 shows that 31% of the Indian population was vegetarian. And this is a very high percentage as compared to the other countries. For a better understanding, I have listed the vegetables alphabetically. I have tried to be as much accurate as possible. However, if I have missed anything do let me or feel free to correct me by commenting on the post.

Further, I am also taking up a few common questions related to vegetables name.

What is the difference between Aubergine, Brinjal, Eggplant?

The egg-shaped, purple colored vegetable is known as brinjal in India, Eggplant in American English and Aubergine in British English. So basically aubergine, brinjal, and eggplant are the same; just different names for the same vegetable.

Is coconut a vegetable?

Is coconut a fruit or vegetable or nut or seed? This is a very common question and unfortunately, the answer is not clear. I too searched the answer on the internet but I am not sure. As per my understanding botanically coconut is a fruit. However, I have included it in my list of Indian vegetables.

Difference between coriander and cilantro?

Cilantro is the Spanish name of coriander leaves. Both cilantro and coriander are the same. As per the general understanding, the leaves and stems of the coriander plants are referred to as cilantro whereas the seeds as referred to as coriander.

Difference between lime and lemon?

Lemon is oval(ish), large and bright yellow. Whereas lime is small, round and green in color. Lime tastes more bitter than lemons.

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List of Indian Vegetables Name

Vegetable Name in English Vegetable Name in Hindi हिंदी में Remarks Recipe Using this Vegetable
Ash Gourd Petha पेठा https://www.viniscookbook.com/khatta-meetha-kaddu-recipe
Aubergine Baigan बैगन A.k.a. Brinjal, Eggplant in English. https://www.viniscookbook.com/baingan-ka-bharta-recipe
Beetroot Chakundar चकुंदर https://www.viniscookbook.com/beetroot-halwa-recipe
Bottle Gourd Lauki लौकी A.k.a. white gourd, opo squash in English.

A.k.a as ghia in Hindi.

https://www.viniscookbook.com/hot-collection/bottle-gourd-recipes
Bitter Gourd Karela करेला A.k.a. bitter melon in English.
Cabbage Patta Gobhi पत्ता गोभी https://www.viniscookbook.com/patta-gobhi-ki-sabji
Carrot Gajar गाजर https://www.viniscookbook.com/gajar-ka-halwa-recipe
Capsicum Shimla Mirch शिमला मिर्च A.k.a. green bell pepper in English.
Cauliflower Phool Gobhi फूल गोभी https://www.viniscookbook.com/cauliflower-fry-recipe
Cluster Beans Guvar Phalli गुवार फली
Coconut Nariyal नारियल https://www.viniscookbook.com/coconut-ladoo-recipe
Cucumber Kheera खीरा https://www.viniscookbook.com/cucumber-sandwich
Corn Bhutta भुट्टा A.k.a. as makai in Hindi. https://www.viniscookbook.com/corn-pulao-recipe
Coriander Leaves Dhaniya धनिया A.k.a. cilantro leaves in English. https://www.viniscookbook.com/coriander-chutney
Curry Leaves Kadi Patta कड़ी पत्ता
Dill Suwa सुवा A.k.a. savaa in Hindi.
Drumsticks Sahjan ki phalli सहजन की फली
Fenugreek leaves Methi मेथी https://www.viniscookbook.com/methi-paratha-recipe
French Beans Sem सेम A.k.a. green beans in English and faras beans in Hindi. https://www.viniscookbook.com/aloo-beans
Garlic Lehsun लहसुन https://www.viniscookbook.com/garlic-butter-recipe
Ginger Adrak अदरक https://www.viniscookbook.com/ginger-tea-recipe
Green Chilli Hari Mirchi हरी मिर्ची
Jackfruit Kathal कटहल
Lemon Neembu नीम्बू A.k.a. lime in English. https://www.viniscookbook.com/lemon-coriander-soup
Mushroom Khumb खुम्ब https://www.viniscookbook.com/mushroom-curry-recipe
Mustard Leaves Sarson ka Saag सरसों का साग https://www.viniscookbook.com/sarson-ka-saag-recipe
Onion Pyaaz प्याज https://www.viniscookbook.com/malai-pyaaz-recipe
Lady Finger Bhindi भिंडी A.k.a. okra in English.
Flat Green Beans Sem ki Phali सेम की फली
Peas Matar मटर
Mint Leaves Pudina पुदीना
Pumpkin Kaddu कद्दू
Potato Aloo आलू https://www.viniscookbook.com/jeera-aloo-recipe
Radish Mooli मूली
Radish Pods Moongra मूंगरा A.k.a. mogri in Hindi.
Raw Plaintain Kacha Kela कच्चा केला
Red Chili Lal Mirchi लाल मिर्ची
Spinach Palak पालक https://www.viniscookbook.com/dhaba-style-palak-paneer
Sweet Potato Shakarkandi शकरकंदी
Tomato Tamatar टमाटर viniscookbook.com/stuffed-tomatoes
Taro Roots Arbi अरबी A.k.a. Colocasia in English. https://www.viniscookbook.com/arbi-ki-sabji
Turnip Shalgam शलगम A.k.a. shaljam in Hindi.

 

 

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