BANANA FLOWER SALAD

Healthy Cooking with Kamalaya: Detox Cuisine

A traditional Thai salad with a twist – blending delicious Thai herbs with Asian vegetables and a bit of spice – This detox-friendly salad is a hot ticket item on our Amrita lunch menu.

In Thai cuisine, banana flower is either eaten raw with a pungent dip or added to fried noodles and soups. It is a good source of vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium, magnesium and contains fair amounts of calcium and iron. It is sometimes used to treat bronchitis, constipation and ulcers.

Banana Flower Salad

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