Some Urdu Names of Food Glossary in English

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Some Urdu Names of Food Glossary into English

Kharshaf    (Artichoke)

Phaliyan   (French beans)

Bajray ka atta  (Millet flour)

Meetha kado   (Sweet pumpkin)

Methi kay pattay (Fenugreek leaves)

Kebab cheni   (Cubbed pepper powder)

Urad ki daal   (Black lentils)

Arhar ki daal  (Yellow lentils)

Kalay channay (Black chickpeas)

Ghia    (Sweet gourd)

Saim ki phali   (Broad beans)

Pepperoni     (Pepperoni)

Channe ka saag   (Bengal gram leaves)

Gawar ki phali   (Cluster beans)

Makkai   (Maize)

Jawar   (Soughum)

Bajra    (Millet)

Joh     (Barley)

Jawatri   (Mace)

Masoor ki daal  (Pink lentils)

Channey ki daal   (Gram lentils)

Khumbi   (Mushroom)

Seeng   (Drumstick)

Gowaar ki phali   (Cluster beans)

Shimla aloo   (Tapioca)

Sonth     (Dry ginger)

Shah balat ka phal    (Chestnuts)

Heeng   (Asafoetida)

Leek  (Leek)

Chaulia  (Amaranth)

Jaifal   (Nutmeg)

Parsely  ( Parsely)

Rosmary  (Rosemary)

Zafran   (Saffron)

Sufaid sarson  (White mustard)

Sabz ilachi    (Green cardamom)

Karhi pata    (Curry leaf )

Chinagrass   (Chinagrass)

Pise hui cheeni   (Caster sugar)

Siyah ilachi     (Black cardamomo)

Siyah mirch   (peppercorns)

Sounf      (Fennel seeds)

Kalongi   (Onion seeds)

Gur    (Joggery)

Sufaid lobia   (White beans)

Muraba     (Compote)

Kewra     (Screw pine)

Long   (Clove)

Lemongrass   (lemongrass)

Marjoram   (Marjoram)

Amchoor    (Dried mango powder)

kasoori methi    (Dry fenugreek leaves)

Chukander    (Beetroot)

Chakothra    (Pomelo)

Baingan      (Brinjal, Eggplant, Aubergine)

Kharbooza     (Melon)

Bari ilachi       (Cardamom)

 

Source MASALA MAGAZINE

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