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Marathi Vegetable & Bhaji Names in English : English Name for Bhajis

Vegetable Names in English / Marathi to English Bhaji Names

Vegetables are very important for our health and fitness & are a huge part of Maharashtrian meals. Please find below the Meaning of many Marathi bhaji names in English. Hope this is useful to you.

  • Gavar Meaning in English : Cluster Beans
  • Shatavari in English : Asparagus
  • Farasbi Meaning in English : French Beans
  • Karela : Bitter Gourd
  • Doodhi Bhopla / Dudhi Bhopla in English : Bottle Gourd
  • Kakdi Meaning in English : Cucumber
  • Shevgyachya shenga in English : Drumstick
  • Valachya shenga in English : Flat Green Beans
  • Mula Meaning in English : Horse Radish
  • Kandyachi Paat Meaning in English : Green Onion
  • Vangi : Brinjal or Eggplant
  • Kairi Meaning in English : Raw Mango
  • Lal Bhopla Meaning in English : Red Pumpkin
  • Dodka Meaning in English : Ridge Gourd
  • Padwal in English Name : Snake Gourd
  • Ratale Meaning in English : Sweet Potato
  • Ghevda / Ghewda Meaning in English : Dolichos Beans
  • Kamal kakdi Meaning in English : Lotus Stem Potatoes
  • Suran in English : Elephant’s Foot

If you want to know more bhajis names, feel free to question us in the comments.

24 thoughts on “Marathi Vegetable & Bhaji Names in English : English Name for Bhajis”

  1. What is “AAlu cHi Bhaji” called in English. Green big leaves and red colour stem. If possible, please share the recipe for making Aalu cHi Bhaji.

    1. Prapti Mithbaonkar

      It is very easy to cook. Take fresh aalu. Leave for a day. The next day, separate its leaves from its stem. Then peel the stems and cut the leaves and stem together. Soak some pulses like groundnut, chavali, chickpea (harbhara/chana), green peas whatever you like. Then boil chopped alu and soaked pulses together. Boil till the alu gets smooth and smashy. Keep it aside.

      Heat a pot. Add some oil. Then add some crushed garlic petals to the oil (more garlic, better taste). Stir the garlic well until its leaves smell. Then add finely chopped onion, stir well. Then add finely chopped tomato to it. Add your (homemade or brought from the market) masala to it. (masala quantity-how spicy you want) finely add that boiled veggies to it. Add salt and water to make gravy. Let it boil.

      Then take some crushed coconut, vertically chopped onion, garlic petals, ginger. Shallow fry this all together on low flame until it gets brown color. Off the gas let it cool. Then smooth blend it in a mixer. Add this mixture to the boiling veggies. Check the salt and masala, add those if you want more. Boil it again to make it thick.

  2. Sir, I am impressed with this site. Perhaps you can advise me the English names for the following too.
    Shepu : it is a green vegetable
    Kelphul : Literal translation will give you “Banana flower”, because that is exactly what it is. But in the Kelphul stage it is a vegetable. When ripened, we get a whole bunch of bananas.
    I would also like to know what a “GHERKIN” is called in Marathi.

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