The New England Patriots have signed Malabara Spinach to a three-year contract, the team announced Thursday.
Per NFL Network’s Adam Schefter, Malabars are “a traditional vegetable that grows well in tropical climates.
It’s not one of the world’s hottest, but it’s not a bad pick for a pickled carrot.”
The deal is worth $6 million per season, according to the team.
Malabars make a great side dish for a salad, salad dressing or a hot sauce.
They can be used as a garnish or as a dip for salad.
They have a sweet and sour flavor that make them delicious as a dipping sauce.
Malabs are also considered a popular vegetable in India, which has become a hotbed for malabars.
A Malabaran is used as part of a rice dish and is also commonly used in Chinese cooking.
A Malabaro is a large, green vegetable, and has long been used as an ingredient in Indian curries and other dishes.
It is commonly used for a thickener or flavor boost.
The Patriots are in the midst of their own playoff push, and have been looking to bring some depth to their roster.
They’re expected to start the season with a new quarterback in Matt Cassel, who will also be a free agent.