World MOST RARE Vegetables!! Shimul Potato/Cassava Kebab Special Recipe Cooking For Village Kids



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Most RARE Vegetables In This World!!!

I don’t know the actual name of the tree and we village people called this edible root of this tree is ‘Shimul Alu’, here ‘Alu’ means potato. Because the locally called Bombax ceiba / Red Silk cotton tree as ‘Shimul Tree’. And this vegs tree mostly look like as Bombax ceiba but this tree is very small then Bombax ceiba. If anyone know the english (other regioanl also) name of this tree, please mention in comment field, we will be very grateful.

Today, we have collected this Simul Alu tree from our next village. First we have digged the soil and collected the root and as well as full tree. Then we have cooked this vegs with a simple recipe.

We, all the village people often see the various vegetable farm, many rare tree but most of the city people may not see this beautiful village, vegetable, rice, wheat and many other cultivation field. Also the nature of village is different form another country, another village. That’s why we try to show the recipe of different item as well as try to capture various scene of village.

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Ingredients:-
Shimul Alu
Onion
Garlic
Green Chili
Red Chili Powder
Coriander Powder
Turmeric Powder
Cooking Oil
Salt
Water

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18 Responses

  1. Dani Dadan says:

    My father has field of cassava near our house…

  2. Noor Beersingh says:

    It's called manioc in my language

  3. Jon Jon says:

    Casava are grown in Central and South America, Southeast Asia, India and Africa. This is not rare at all.

  4. weckfurt daigre says:

    thanks for exposing this!

  5. fernandes sophie says:

    cette humanité, c'est beau à voir

  6. Crystal Simms says:

    ITS NOT RARE..ITS VERY COMMON. JUST FOR VIEWS YOU HAVE TO LIE

  7. Luris Roku says:

    Is so rare that in all Africa is part of their cuisine and all the world know it and eat it. Stop putting silly things and just put the name of things you will not get more viewers by lying and putting things that are not true

  8. Ayesha Ahmed says:

    এটার পাতাও তো খাওয়া যায়,একদিন পাতার উপর রেসিপি দেন।আমি কখনো খাইনি।

  9. Nesie Holston says:

    It's rare to me haven't seen it so thanks for sharing.

  10. Nesie Holston says:

    So what taste would you compare it to?

  11. Tania Akter says:

    এ গুলোকে কি আলু গাছ বলে,,-?

  12. The JoJo says:

    Be safe from Banana Spiders because there is a lot of banana trees.

  13. Leonor Santillan says:

    Se ve muy rica comida Dios los bendiga por su generosidad saludos cordiales✋

  14. LB Armano says:

    আপনাদের জেলার নাম কি

  15. Azad Ramjanee says:

    It's not rare ,it is found everywhere and sold in form of flour.

  16. Poor Salina says:

    nice…

  17. Connie Miller expositor says:

    About Cassava
    Also referred to as:
    Manihot esculenta, commonly called cassava, manioc, yuca, macaxeira, mandioca, aipim and Brazilian arrowroot, is a woody shrub native to South America of the spurge family, Euphorbiaceae.Wikipedia
    Another web source;
    Cassava, (Manihot esculenta), also called manioc, mandioca, or yuca, tuberous edible plant of the spurge family (Euphorbiaceae) from the American tropics. It is cultivated throughout the tropical world for its tuberous roots, from which cassava flour, breads, tapioca, a laundry starch, and an alcoholic beverage are derived. Cassava probably was first cultivated by the Maya in Yucatán.

    The picture I saw looked just like what you dug up.
    Poisonious if eaten raw.

  18. Fazeela Rahim says:

    thats called cassava in trinidad

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