And we found out that the underutilised legumes include wingbean, which we call psophocapus tetragonolobus, kidney beans which is phaseolus vulgaris, bamabara groundnut (vigna subterranea), African yam bean
(Sphenostylis stenocarpa), Limabean (phaseolus lunatus), pigeon pea (caljanus cajan) and Mungbean (vigna radiata).
A rare creature in KL, this yam bean fritter originates from Ipoh.
Essentially, it's a deep fried roll; beancurd skin that is stuffed with a mixture of minced pork and fish paste flavoured with chopped fresh coriander, together with diced yam bean.
The value of crude fibre (8.82%) of okra seed is higher than those reported for 6 varieties of African yam bean
flour by Adeyeye et al.
To this end, researchers from the University of Nigeria have developed an RTE breakfast cereal that incorporates the African yam bean
, a legume lauded as beneficial for diabetics, but onerous to cook with.
The first fatal case of yam bean
and rotenone toxicity in Thailand.
It is also comparable with African yam bean
(Oshodi et al., 1997) with minimum solubility at pH 4.5 moth bean (Sathe et al., 1982) and full fat fluted pumpkin seed flour (Fagbemi and Oshodi, 1991) while lower than those scarlet runner bean flour (pH 5.0; Aremu et al, 2006) and pigeon pea (pH 5.0; Oshodi and Ekperigin, 1989).
(Pachyrhizus erosus Urb.) belongs to the family Leguminosae, subfamily Papilionoidea.
I remember we usually ate particular beans called feregede (African yam bean
Fresh vegetables every day are a menu must, and the varieties grown read like a Covent Garden inventory: sweet and white potatoes, bok choy, spinach, cabbage, radish, gourds, squash and melons of all kinds, beans, long and short, chillies, peppers, aubergines, yam beans
, onions, leeks, asparagus .