Bohar bhaji most expensive bhaji in Chhattisgarh.
Bohar bhaji is very delicious in taste, people are ready to pay any price, it is also very beneficial for health.
There is a different attitude towards food in Chhattisgarh.
there are 36 types of Bhaji in Chhattisgarh.
People here eat a lot of bhajis and among the Chhattisgarh bhajis, Bohar bhaji is the most expensive.
Even if it is available only for a few days in a year.
But people are ready to pay any price for its wonderful taste.
Bohar bhaji is sold for up to Rs 400 per kg.
Therefore, bhaji is also used a lot among vegetables. Among the common vegetables, spinach, amaranth, fenugreek and red vegetables are eaten. Apart from this, many types of other local vegetables are popular here and one of them is Bohar Bhaji.
Bohar Bhaji is a unique vegetable with several distinctive features.
Its most notable trait is its unparalleled taste, which is highly sought after by many people.
Interestingly, this vegetable can be quite expensive, costing up to Rs 400 per kg in the market.
This is because Bohar Bhaji is only available for a few days each year, usually in March or April.
Due to its limited availability, people are willing to pay a premium price to enjoy its delicious flavor.
Bohar Bhaji is availability
Found on a tall tree of Bohar.
This vegetable is actually the buds and soft leaves of Bohar, which turn into flowers in a few days.
These have to be plucked before they become flowers.
Only then does it become useful for eating.
It is not easy to reach the thin branches of a tall tree and pluck just the buds separately.
Available in other states also
Well, Bohar is not a tree that is found only in Chhattisgarh. It is found in many states and is known by different names. Pickle is also made from its fruits. The botanical name of Bohar is Cordia dichotoma. In English it is also called bird lime tree, Indian berry, glue berry.
In other states of India, it is known by names like Lasoda, Gunda, Bhokar, but the trend of eating Ilki Bhaji is only in Chhattisgarh. According to Dharamu Ram, who is fond of Bohar bhaji, the use of tamarind in this vegetable is necessary.