Translation of kumara in Spanish:

kumara

boniato, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkuːmərə/

noun

New Zealand
Cooking

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    boniato masculine
    batata feminine
    camote masculine Mexico Andes
    • There is an old Maori saying that the kumara never says how sweet it is.
    • We ate hangi for dinner - meat, smoky carrots and kumara cooked in baskets under the earth on hot rocks for over three hours.
    • And then it grew to the size of a small root vegetable - perhaps a kumara.
    • The climate in the area is warmer than in places further south and it is not possible to grow kumara further south.
    • You could also use kumara for that sweet potato taste.