AKA 'Sundakkai Vathal, Pendejera, Devil's fig, Pea eggplant’
Turkey berry is a spiny shrub that produces small green berries. These green unripe Berries are crushed, seeds removed and sun-dried.
Drying berries intensifies their natural flavors. It has slightly bitter flavor and a unique chewy texture.
Turkey Berry is essence of South India's culinary heritage.
Suggested Uses & Health benefits:
Used in cooking many dishes such as curries, stir-fry's and soups, or crushed and used to
create delicious dips or relishes. Consumed as the dried berry seasoned with salt, yogurt and spices. Also be fried in cooking oil or coconut oil and eaten as a snack.
It is rich in nutrients, including vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, giving them a strong body and immune system.
Used to treat a wide range of illnesses, including high blood pressure, wounds,
anemia, and bacterial and viral infections.