Maxixe
Scientific Name: Cucumis sativus
Country of Origin: Africa

Maxixe is very similar to cucumber, although it has a distinctive spiny skin. Like cucumber, maxixe can be consumed raw, or pickled. In northeastern Brazil, where maxixe is extremely popular, it may also be boiled, stewed, or deep-fried.

Recipe
Chicken with Maxixe

Maxixe
Scientific Name: Cucumis sativus
Country of Origin: Africa

Maxixe is very similar to cucumber, although it has a distinctive spiny skin. Like cucumber, maxixe can be consumed raw, or pickled. In northeastern Brazil, where maxixe is extremely popular, it may also be boiled, stewed, or deep-fried.

Recipe
Chicken with Maxixe

Maxixe
Scientific Name: Cucumis sativus
Country of Origin: Africa

Maxixe is very similar to cucumber, although it has a distinctive spiny skin. Like cucumber, maxixe can be consumed raw, or pickled. In northeastern Brazil, where maxixe is extremely popular, it may also be boiled, stewed, or deep-fried.

Recipe
Chicken with Maxixe

Maxixe
Scientific Name: Cucumis sativus
Country of Origin: Africa

Maxixe is very similar to cucumber, although it has a distinctive spiny skin. Like cucumber, maxixe can be consumed raw, or pickled. In northeastern Brazil, where maxixe is extremely popular, it may also be boiled, stewed, or deep-fried.

Recipe
Chicken with Maxixe

Maxixe
Scientific Name: Cucumis sativus
Country of Origin: Africa

Maxixe is very similar to cucumber, although it has a distinctive spiny skin. Like cucumber, maxixe can be consumed raw, or pickled. In northeastern Brazil, where maxixe is extremely popular, it may also be boiled, stewed, or deep-fried.

Recipe
Chicken with Maxixe

Maxixe
Scientific Name: Cucumis sativus
Country of Origin: Africa

Maxixe is very similar to cucumber, although it has a distinctive spiny skin. Like cucumber, maxixe can be consumed raw, or pickled. In northeastern Brazil, where maxixe is extremely popular, it may also be boiled, stewed, or deep-fried.

Recipe
Chicken with Maxixe