Vathal and Kothavarangai
Vathal is often referred to the sun-dried vegetables, fruits, or even dry fruits. Also considered as the oldest method to preserve fruits and vegetables, sun drying is done in the summer under the scorching sun, to reduce future spoilage, at the same time long-term usage.
Kothavarangai falls in the category of one such vegetable, of which Vathal is made. It is known as Cluster beans in English. Matured cluster beans are selected to dry into Vathal to ensure crispness. Well salted dried, and then mixed in curd and chilly powder, these when sundried make it a perfect side dish for the rest of the year.
With what and how?
Just like any other vathal variety, the Kothavarangai Vathal can also be used to make the Vathal Kuzhambu. Other than that, it can be fried as used as a side dish with authentic curd rice, sambar sadam, and even Kambu koozh. If you are a crispy snack lover, these can be consumed as a simple evening snack too.
Cherishing the tradition
We at Mylapore Ganapathy’s have always tried to cherish the golden tradition by offering homemade delicacies at our stores to satisfy our customers. We also have a wide range of Vathal offered, starting from Sundakkai, Pavakkai, Narthangai spreading to salted and spicy vathals as well, which can for sure be the perfect ingredient to your household. We are with you in this journey of exploring the richness of traditional recipes, providing our homemade ingredients to make it easy for you. Hence, if you are on the hunt for the best quality Kothavarangai Vathal online, we have it all for you!
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