The name ‘kohlrabi’ is German for “cabbage turnip” and stems from the fact that it looks a little like one. This vegetable goes by many names, including ‘German turnip’, but despite its common names it isn’t actually related to the root vegetables we know as cabbage or potatoes – being in actuality another type of Brassica oleracea: Gongylodes Group. The plant’s edible stem can be eaten raw while both leaves and stalk are also used when cooking with this succulent green veggie which stands tall at about just over 2 feet in height.
Kohlrabi Salad Recipe| Cucumber | Moong Dal | Knol Khol Salad
Knol khol is a vegetable that belongs to the cabbage family and is grown in cool temperatures. It is a rich source of vitamin C. Moong dhal and cucumber keep our body cool. This salad is extremely good to have during the summer season to keep away the heat. Knol khol is rarely used in salads but has a fine taste.
Peel and slice the cucumber. In a mixing bowl, add knol khol and moong dhal. Add pepper and salt to taste. Mix salad oil and lime juice to it.
Take a plate and arrange cucumber slices on the edges. In the middle, place the salad and garnish with chopped fresh coriander.