Avarekai (Flat Beans)
About Avarekai (Flat Beans)
Karnataka’s winter specialty is avarekai. Sogadu refers to the quality of the bean, which is typically harvested in December after the 15-20th of the month, when the bean is at its peak – in terms of size, aroma, and flavor.
Nutritional facts of Avarekai (Flat Beans)
Avarekai contains 100 mg of sodium and 100 mg of potassium per cup. Protein is 8 g, with vitamins A and C accounting for 1% of the total. Calcium accounts for 5% of the total, while iron accounts for 1%.
Storage and uses of Avarekai (Flat Beans)
This can be kept in the fridge for up to 4 days. This is used to make Sambar, which can be shared by 5 – 6 people.
Benefits of Avarekai (Flat Beans)
Avarekai is high in nutrients, aids in the treatment of Parkinson’s disease symptoms, aids in the prevention of birth defects, and contains immune-boosting nutrients. It is good for bone health. Improves anemia symptoms, lowers blood pressure, and aids in weight loss.
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