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What is this called? Cowhorns?

What is this called? Cowhorns?

Anyone knows what are these called? I am sure if you are Singaporean, you must have eaten this before. It tastes like chestnut and is shaped like a cow’s head with horns.

My sister just barbequed a batch of these last night and while  I was savouring them, it striked me that I didn’t know what they are called! 🙂

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5 Comments

  1. Bluemint

    It’s called 菱角, and in S’pore it’s a festive food for the Cantonese folks on Mooncake festival day.

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  2. alvinology

    Bluemint: Thanks! What is it called in English though?

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  3. Vivian Bee

    I think … water caltrop. Hehe.

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  4. tiger4

    Festive food for the Cantonese? I am a pure Cantonese, how come I never eaten that before. Hmm….

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