Your recipes are fabulous and resembles a lot like my mother's cooking. The Grain amaranth plants dicotyledon plants with wide strong stems look similar to those of sunflowers. This spinach got its name due to this tiny tomatoes which is known as “Manathakkali” in Tamil. Joined Sep 3, 2012 Messages 54,322 Location Leaf axils without paired spines. Amaranth ornamental plant, among others, known as a chicken's comb flower. Araikeerai (Botanical Name - Amaranthus Dubius): Araikeerai is a common spinach type used in most of the houses. Amaranth is a group of more than 60 different species of grains that have been cultivated for about 8,000 years. Amaranth is a green herb that is often called vegetable amaranth it looks like spinach in addition to tasting somewhat spinach like. Names of common varieties of spinach are mentioned in different language like English, botanical names, Tamil, Telugu etc. Which we know as the amaranth leaf vegetable is spinach. This can be made with dhal and veggies to give a good taste. gkarti Golden Ruler's of Penmai. Most of the people are not aware of the names of different varieties of spinach. While amaranth as a producer of grains such as rice and maize, only cultivated in sub-tropical regions. Super Moderator. Spinach varieties in English, Tamil and Botanical names.. ... English - spiny amaranth,prickly amaranth B.Name - Amaranthus spinosus Penmai's Celebrity Talk Show!! Staff member.
The leaves are generally smaller, and also pointier than most other common amaranth varieties.Cooking notes: If the stems are tender enough, no need to separate from leaves. Stems: The stems are normally long upwards, narrow cut. It is very much important to intake this spinach during the summer as it reduces the body heat. Chinese spinach, Green amaranth , Pigweed: Local name: Koora thampala (කූර තම්පලා) @ Tamil name: Sanskrit name: Conservation status: LC (NCS)-2012: Description: Annual herb, 10-75 (100) cm tall; stems rather slender, glabrous. It can grow up to about 3 to 9 feet tall when mature. All genus amaranthus, originating from the Americas.