Fresh drumsticks (Moringa oleifera) are the delicate and stretched green cases of the drumstick tree. They are otherwise called moringa units and are a famous vegetable in numerous cooking styles.
Fresh drumsticks have a gentle, marginally natural flavor like asparagus or green beans. They are much of the time utilized in dishes for their special taste and surface.
Fresh drumsticks are utilized in various culinary arrangements, including curries, stews, soups, and side dishes. They are generally added to dishes for their flavor and dietary benefit.
Indeed, fresh drumsticks are profoundly nutritious. They are plentiful in nutrients, (for example, L-ascorbic acid, vitamin A, and vitamin B6), minerals (like calcium, iron, and magnesium), and cell reinforcements.
Fresh drumsticks are commonly washed, managed at the closures, and cut into more modest pieces prior to being added to dishes. The external hard skin is in many cases taken out, uncovering the delicate internal tissue.
Fresh drumsticks are not normally eaten crude because of their intense surface and somewhat severe taste. They are typically cooked before utilization.
Consuming fresh drumsticks might have potential medical advantages, including supporting invulnerable capability, advancing processing, and giving supplements that add to in general prosperity.