A plant of the genus Allium (Allium Porrum), having broadly linear succulent leaves rising from a loose oblong cylindrical bulb. The flavor is stronger than that of the common onion.
Resembles a large scallion yet has a mild flavor. Used mainly in soups and stews.
plant having a large slender white bulb and flat overlapping dark green leaves; used in cooking; believed derived from the wild Allium ampeloprasum
related to onions; white cylindrical bulb and flat dark-green leaves
a delicious vegetable which can be cooked in a variety of ways
a fat spring onion , and xiao bai chye is having a twin-moment with mini kai lan
a relative to an onion, and the word is a noun, not a verb
An ancient vegetable of the onion family. Leeks look like very overgrown green onions and are mild in flavor. They must be thoroughly washed to remove the dirt that collects between the leaf layers. They are an important ingredient in Vichyssoise.
Sweet, moderately flavored member of the onion family, long and cylindrical in shape with a pale white root and dark green leaves. LENTILS: Small, disk-shaped dried legumes, prized for their rich, earthy flavor when cooked.
Small onion like plant, used as an aromatic seasoning or vegetable.
a member of the onion family. It has a cylindrical white bulb and long, slender green leaves.
A relative to the onion and the garlic. It has a mild onion flavor and is used as a vegetable or as seasoning for salads, soups, and other dishes.
a member of the lily family (Allium porrum); has a thick, cylindrical white stalk with a slightly bulbous root end and many flat, dull dark green leaves; the tender white stalk has a flavor that is sweeter and stronger than a scallion but milder than an onion and is used in salads and as a flavoring.
Asian leeks are smaller and more slender than the...
The leek (Allium ampeloprasum var. porrum (L.) J. Gay) is a vegetable belonging, with onion and garlic, to the Alliaceae, the onion family. Also in this species are two very different vegetables: the elephant garlic (Allium ampeloprasum var. ampeloprasum) grown for its bulbs, and kurrat which is grown for its leaves in Egypt and elsewhere in the Middle East.