Country of Origin: Malaysia
PCS / Weight: 1 PC / １KG (+/-)
Sengkuang, botanically classified as Pachyrhizus Erosus, belongs to the legume, or bean family. Also known as the Sweet turnip, Chinese turnip, Mexican turnip, Jicama, yam bean, Ubi Sengkuang, BengKuang, Dou shu, Mangkuang, Mexican yam bean, and Singkamas, Sengkuang is a popular root vegetable in Southeast Asia and is used in main dishes and as a street vendor snack food. Sengkuang is an excellent source of dietary fiber, vitamin C, vitamin A, and potassium.