yam bean

NOUN
  1. twining plant of Amazon basin having large edible roots
  2. Central American twining plant with edible roots and pods; large tubers are eaten raw or cooked especially when young and young pods must be thoroughly cooked; pods and seeds also yield rotenone and oils
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How To Use yam bean In A Sentence

  • The yam bean's crisp, juicy quality - and the idea of eating the tuber raw - struck the Tongans as exotic and peculiar.
  • Stir fry minced pork, prawn meat, dried scallops , dried shrimps, white radish, carrots and yam bean lightly. Add supreme stock and cook for 30 mins over low heat.
  • In the end, however, whether the yam bean should be regarded as one species or as several that can be hybridized is not so important, as long as the different kinds can be manipulated to facilitate cross-pollination.
  • Stir fry minced pork, prawn meat, dried scallops , dried shrimps, white radish, carrots and yam bean lightly. Add supreme stock and cook for 30 mins over low heat.
  • Although sometimes called "Mexican yam bean" or even "Chinese potato," the jicama is becoming more and more well known in the north in places outside of California and Texas, where it has been appreciated for years. Jicama: a sign of changing culinary seasons in Mexico
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