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Winged bean

Psophocarpus tetragonolobus

Habitat:

Hortpark

Notes:

Young and tender pods are edible, and can be eaten raw as part of salad, or stir-fried with sambal. The roots and mature seeds are also edible.

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3 Comments

Olivia Chee
Olivia Chee 9 years ago

Thanks, Debbie and Kevogecko. Stir-fry seems to be the way to go!

kevogecko
kevogecko 9 years ago

In these parts, we call it "Four-angled" beans. If you google it, you will find it under "Goa" beans. Delicious as a dish, stir-fried (quickly) in a wok with some oil and garlic.

Debbie Stewart
Debbie Stewart 9 years ago

Very unusual Bean Olivia :-)

Olivia Chee
Spotted by
Olivia Chee

Singapore, Singapore

Spotted on Aug 3, 2013
Submitted on Aug 4, 2013

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