Water chestnuts, despite their name, are not nuts at all. They are aquatic tuber vegetables found in marshes, ponds, rice paddies, and shallow lakes.
In Asian countries, water chestnuts are a popular delicacy. They are extremely adaptable and can be eaten raw, boiled, fried, grilled, pickled, or candied.
Water chestnuts are frequently peeled and diced, sliced, or grated into dishes such as stir-fries, omelets, chop suey, curries, and salads.
They have a crispy, sweet, apple-like flesh and can be eaten fresh after washing and peeling. Surprisingly, even after boiling or frying, the flesh retains its crispness.
Frozen water chestnuts are also available nowadays, already peeled, diced, or sliced.
Water chestnuts are high in antioxidants such as ferulic acid, gallocatechin gallate, epicatechin gallate, and catechin gallate. These antioxidants can assist the body in combating oxidative stress, which has been linked to a variety of chronic diseases.
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