This is a healthy & wholesome side dish, loaded with nutrients. It makes a good accomplishment to rice, dosa, Ragimudde (finger millet balls). Honnegonne can be replaced by other greens such as spinach, Amaranthus, Nelabasale… I used a combination of greens Honegonne & Nelabasale with jackfruit seed (dried). Jackfruit seed: is rich in proteins, micronutrients, iron, and vitamin A. This is considered to be good for eyes, skin, hair, muscles. Sources say it improves eyesight, digestion and good in building muscles. We (in South Canara) usually cover jackfruit seeds with mud and dry in shade during season and store for months. Seeds can be used in various dishes such as stew (saaru), curries, Holige (sweet rotti)... Click here for the saaru recipe. Sessile Joyweed: Honegonne is a wild plant cultivated for food & as a herbal medicine. The plant is used in treatment of asthma, cough and fever. Sources say it is good for healthier eyes. It improves production of breast milk and works as liver tonic. It is suggested to avoid the use during pregnancy. Click here for the Honegonne stirfry recipe. Nelabasale: Scientifically referred as Talinum portulacifolium. This is a tropical plant found in Africa, East Asia. We grow it as an ornamental plant as well as for culinary use. Sources say leaves are used to treat eye diseases and constipation. Plant propagation can be done through seeds & stem cutting. Regular watering is required.