Moringa in the kitchen
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Moringa in the kitchen, but how does it taste? We tried the small, dark green leaves raw and they were lemony and peppery. Apparently it can be cooked like spinach or dried and used as an herb or tea. Nutritionally, it is high in calcium, potassium, iron, and Vitamins A and C. Various other parts of the Moringa plant are also edible.
We found some interesting recipes for Moringa leaves and would love more advice from anyone familiar with this green!
Corn with Moringa Leaves – Simple Moringa Recipe
2 c. grated young corn
2 cloves garlic
1 head onion
3 c. water
1 small sponge gourd (luffa)
1 c. Moringa leaves
salt to taste
Saute garlic and onion in medium fry pan. Add water and let it boil. Then add the corn, stirring often to avoid burning. When cooked, add the gourd and Moringa.
That’s all! A simple and quick Moringa recipe.