20 Foods That Start With K

20 Foods That Start With K

We are sure you would be able to name quite a few food items starting with K, but your knowledge may be limited.

To help you know more in-depth, we have mentioned unique food that starts with the letter K. You would surely enjoy reading the food items below and their properties and health benefits.

1. Kiwi Fruit

Kiwi is a little fruit, is superb in taste and has many advantages related to health. It is enriched with many nutrients and acts as a good supply of antioxidants and fiber. The outer layer of kiwi is rough, but the inner fruit is juicy and sweet in taste.

2. Kale

Kale is a leafy plant that is also similar to kiwi. It is also enriched with nutrients such as calcium, fiber, vitamin C and much more. Kale can be added to salads or can be consumed in the form of kale chips. Some people also consume kale in the form of a drink.

3. Kaffir Lime

It is a citrus fruit similar to lime, and this is originated from southern China. Asian dishes have kaffir lime as an ingredient, but western cuisine knows nothing related to kaffir lime. It is citrus and contains antioxidant properties. It is sour in taste and provides a unique essence to dishes.

4. Kiwi Berries

Kiwi berries are also similar to kiwi fruit. This fruit is a mixture of grapes and kiwi. It is enriched in vitamins and is great for reducing cholesterol. It can also be served as a yummy treat. Kiwi berries have antioxidant properties, which are great for maintaining heart health.

5. Key Lime Pie

Now let’s move ahead and leave healthy fruits back. Let’s talk about something that excites you, and that would be key lime pie. Key lime pie is an American dessert that contains lime juice, milk and egg. This is a high-caloric dish and is incredibly yummy.

6. Kettle Corn

Kettle corn is a sweet type of popcorn with sweeteners added, such as refined sugar. It is made in a pan or a pot. That’s why called kettle corn. It is just neither a nutrient-enriched nor high caloric dense diet but just a snack to consume. Of Couse kettle, corn increases movie time vibe.

7. KitKat

Let’s face reality, an introduction to kit kat is surely a waste of time and words. KitKat is everyone’s favorite chocolate that contains wafers and chocolate simultaneously.  It comes in bright red packaging and is very delicious. It is a high-calorie snack.

8. Klondike Bar

Klondike bar is also a sweet treat that contains ice cream and chocolate. This treat is loved by every age group starting from children to older adults. There exist fourteen flavors of Klondike bar, but everyone’s favorite is vanilla ones.

9. Kidney Beans

Kidney beans are one of the most nutritious and healthy meals. It is a legume that is found in Mexico but is now grown all over the world. It is called a kidney bean because it looks like a kidney.  The kidney beans have the most delicious taste and can be consumed in boiled form and the form of curry.

10. Kimchi

The Kimchi comes from central America and is specifically originated from Korea. It is the staple dish of Korean culture. It consists of fermented veggies such as cabbage and radish. This dish is very healthy and contains vitamins and minerals.

11. Kenchur

Kenchur is used to add flavor to the dishes. It is also called aromatic ginger. It can’t be consumed alone but can be added to the dishes in the form of garnish. It increases the taste and odor of the food, making the dish more appealing. 

12. Kumera

Kumera is also called a sweet potato. Sweet potato is called kumara in New Zealand. It is a versatile veggie that can be served along with a dish or can be served all alone. Sweet potato is nutritious and contains a high amount of carbs.

13. Kombu

Kombu is a name given especially to seaweed. It is consumed in Japanese cuisine and added to every Japanese dish. In Korean culture, it is called dasima, and in Chinese culture, it is called Haidai. It is a specific type f seaweed, not all.

14. Kalettes

Kalettes is a hybrid type of kale. Kalettes is in the form of a sprout that comes from the breeding of kale and Brussel plant. It is a nutritious vegetable with many health benefits. It is enriched I antioxidants and fiber.

15. Kohlrabi

Kohlrabi is another veggie which is also called a German turnip. It is very tasty and nutritious but difficult to prepare. When consumed, the veggie is trimmed and peeled, and only the inside part is consumed. One must boil the veggie well before consuming it.

16. Koshihkari Rice

You must have known a lot of types of rice, but this must be new to you. This rice contains sushi as the main ingredient, which makes it unique. It is prepared from fresh sushi and contains omega-three fatty acids. It is a very nutritious and enriched source of fiber.

17. Kokam

Kokam is a fruit that has many health benefits. It is often used as a medicine. It is extracted from a sap tree and has a pink appearance. Kokam is enriched in vitamins and minerals and has some other undefined properties that treat many diseases.

18. Kudzu

Kudzu is a plant, and its fun fact is that every part of this plant is consumable. Its leaves, stem, roots and flower are all eatable. It resembles spinach and has great taste and consistency. It is a nutritious plant.

19. Kipper

Kipper is meat that is extracted from small fish. It is oily and often served in breakfast. The kipper is smoky and salty and is a great source of omega-three fatty acids. It increases vision and bone health. Kipper should be given to children at growing age.

20. King Crab

Our last food to mention would be king crab which is also a fish. King crab is enriched in taste and is very expensive. It is heavy and healthy meat that is often served at fancy dinner parties or functions like weddings.

Sources:

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