Broccoli is the favorite vegetable in 29 states, including Texas. Corn topped the poll in 11 states, while carrot came top in 10 states and DC. Potatoes and asparagus were other top choices nationwide, but didn't claim the top spot in any state.
The brinjal was given the title of King of Vegetables because of its astonishingly awesome purple covering, and also the juicy and rich nutritional values in them. Eggplant, aubergine, and brinjal are members of the Solanaceae family.
Vegetables that belong to the cabbage family such as cauliflower, Brussels, broccoli, and sprouts should never be consumed raw. These vegetables contain sugar that is difficult to digest. Eating these vegetables raw may lead to a number of gastronomical problems.
1. Chicken parmigiana. This classic Aussie chicken dish – with roots in Italian-American cooking – is a staple offering at many pub menus in the country. Whether you call it a parmi/parmy or a parma (but never a parmo), there's huge debate about where does the best parmigiana in Australia.
That flaky fresh fish with the crispy, ever-so-slightly oily batter is to die for, and perfect eaten while looking out to sea – and when you have as much coastline as Australia, that makes this a national dish.
Rice is a food staple for more than 3.5 billion people around the world, particularly in Asia, Latin America, and parts of Africa. Rice has been cultivated in Asia for thousands of years. Scientists believe people first domesticated rice in India or Southeast Asia.
1. Sushi (Japan) Source Prepared with vinegared rice and a wide range of ingredients including seafood, vegetables, and sometimes fruits. Sushi tastes best when served with wasabi, pickled ginger, and soy sauce.
Radishes are a great vegetable to eat every day. They are low in calories and fat, and high in fiber. Radishes also contain vitamins C and B6, as well as magnesium, potassium, and iron. This vegetable is a great source of antioxidants.
Non-starchy vegetables include cucumbers, broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, salad greens, and zucchini, basically anything that's not a bean, potato, or corn. (While starchy vegetables like potatoes and corn are healthy, they're much more calorie-dense, so they definitely don't fall under the “unlimited” category).