Yam Tarul is one of the most popular and healthy vegetables consumed in Nepal. The edible part of yam is the tuber that has yellow or white flesh that is similar to a potato. Tarul is cooked and used as a vegetable. This fresh vegetable is versatile, easy to prepare, and a great vegetable to include in your diet in both sweet and savory dishes.
Yam can be boiled and fried with spices for a snack or prepared as a vegetable and consumed with rice. In Nepal, tarul is often eaten during the Nepali month of Magh at the festival of Maghe Sankranti. It is also used as a holy offering to the god during the festival.
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