Enjoy the Vathal tradition with us
Preparation of Vathal has been indeed a tradition in Tamilnadu and most of the Southern states. The summer season is well utilized in the preparation of Vathals, which are then used throughout the year. In this busy lifestyle, if you have forgotten or got no time to spare for the preparation of Kathirikai Vathal, we have done it for you, purely homemade, experiencing the tradition with Mylapore Ganapathy’s.
Vathal and Kathirikai
To be precise Vathal is the sun-dried vegetables and fruits. It has been a practice for years to preserve the vegetables longer. Vathals can be prepared from many such vegetables and we at Mylapore Ganapathy’s have its longest list starting from Sundakkai Vathal, Mango Vathal, Kothavarangai Vathal, Kathirikai Vathal, and so on.
Kathirikai is a vegetable, known as Brinjal in English out of which several yummy dishes can be made. Many types of gravy in the South are made of Kathirikai, which is also healthy and easy to make.
Benefits with Brinjal
Being high in antioxidants and rich in nutrients Brinjal like most other vegetables is rich in health benefits. Also, another peculiarity of the brinjal is the easiness of the vegetable to be added to your diet, as is in the case of the crispy Brinjal Vathal.