New Delhi, Dec. 4 -- Only the turnip's leaf portion (shalgam) is used in the preparation of the dish from Amroha (Up). It is typically made during the winter and is extremely spicy. I have yet to encounter an Amroha native who dislikes this dish. Try it out this winter for sure; turnip leaves have a flavour all their own that outshines this recipe. Here are some benefits of consuming turnip-

They are abundant in vitamins C, calcium, folate, magnesium, phosphorus, and potassium. Additionally, unlike most other vegetables, the turnip's root and the leafy greens attached to the top are both edible. Turnips are low in calories and high in fiber. People experience longer-lasting fullness as a result. Turnips' high fibre content may help maint...