Lai Xaak, a staple in Assamese cuisine, boasts a slightly bitter taste and is rich in vitamins and minerals.

Dipak Jaiswal                      28 Nov 2023

Lai Xaak

Lai Xaak

Popular in Assam, Paleng Xaak is a leafy green with a mild taste.

Paleng Xaak

Paleng Xaak

The tender leaves of the mustard plant, Horiyoh Xaak, offer a slightly spicy kick.

Horiyoh Xaak

Horiyoh Xaak

Dhekia, young fern fronds, bring a slightly sweet flavor to the table.

Dhekia

Dhekia

With a sweet and nutty taste, Meethi Xaak, from the fenugreek plant, offers vitamin A and K

Meethi Xaak

Meethi Xaak

Commonly used in Assamese cuisine, Mati Kaduri's slightly tart taste is complemented by its richness in vitamin C and antioxidants.

Mati Kaduri

Mati Kaduri

Hailing from China, Lofa Xaak is a mild-tasting leafy green packed with vitamins and minerals.

Lofa Xaak

Lofa Xaak

This wild herb, Bor-Manimuni, brings a slightly sour twist to dishes.

Bor-Manimuni

Bor-Manimuni

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