stripeybag9 monthsGreetings, can anyone tell me the name of this veg. The lady told me and I forgot☹️. Thanks 🎄19 comments,0 shares,1 likesstripeybag8 monthsHi Harv.azad, sorry predictive text error, I meant to say ‘better luck next time’, not bed time.😂🤣👍🎄stripeybag8 monthsHi Victoria.darr, I don’t think they were okra, but I might have been wrong. 👍🎄😊stripeybag8 monthsHi Harv.azad, they looked like Kerala which I have cooked. These went brown before I could use them, also the inside seemed hollow.😟. Perhaps I’ll have better luck bedtime. Thanks for your help. 👍🎄🍷harv.azad8 monthsKerala ?victoria.darragh9 monthsI thought this might be Okra as we bought mini versions from Sainsbury’s last week. Hari has a recipe on this too which is delicious.stripeybag9 monthsThanks again @ latif 👍🎄latif9 monthsYes, they are good to eat @joncrewgee and @stripeybag. One of the favorite vegetables of Mauritians. A bit similar to courgette/zucchini in taste. Have a try! You won’t be disappointed!!! Of course, taste is very subjective 😊!latif9 months@stripeybag and @joncrewjeelatif9 monthsClick on link below and you’ll have a recipe with pipengaille and prawns. You can leave out the prawns if you aren’t a prawns’ fan @joncrewjee. https://www.ebox.mu/daily/recipe/fricassee-pipengaille-with-dried-prawns.htmljoncrewgee9 monthsAre they good to eat? How would you use it ?stripeybag9 monthsThanks @ Hari Ghotra and @ latif 🎄🏴latif9 monthsI just checked. It is also called “Chinese Okra” @stripeybagHari Ghotra9 monthsIt is a sponge gourd - this type is called a ruffle luffa gourd I think. @stripybag @latif thanks for the info.stripeybag9 monthsThanks @ latif, will do. 👍🎄latif9 monthsGoogle the word “pipengaille”. You’ll find a lot of information about it on the Internet. This is how we call it in Mauritius. The English translation is sponge gourd @stripeybag. But you should click the word “pipengaille”. Good luck!!!stripeybag9 monthsOK thanks @Sue GeenSue Geen9 monthsI'm not saying it is mind!stripeybag9 monthsThanks @Sue Geen, I should have known that.😂🎄Sue Geen9 monthsit looks a bit like a very long bitter gourd!