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Alocasia fornicata is a plant species of many-nerved, broad-leaved, rhizomatous or tuberous perennials from the family Araceae, native to Indochina and to the Indian Subcontinent. It characteristically grows 2' - 3 ' in height with slightly pink petiole, triangular wide shaped leaves and a horizontally growing stolon. The plant's spadix is collected and cooked in North East India, Mizoram and Tripura where the plant is known locally as Baibing. It is a much favored seasonal vegetable.
How to prepare simple Mizo style Baibing Rice Stew
1) Cook Rice
2) After the rice is cooked, add Baibing
3) Add chillies and salt to taste
4) Stir well and let is cook for 5 minutes
5) Serve hot