Sundakkai Vathal

Known as Turkey berry or Solanum torvum and as Sundakkai in Tamil- with a bitter taste when plucked fresh, the berries can be consumed directly or used in cooking.
The 'vathal', popular in South India, is a preparation of the plant's berries marinated and dried with salt and buttermilk. The fried 'vathal' is less bitter and is used as a standalone dish or in traditional South Indian recipes, to add depth and complexity.
They are also used in Siddha medicine to improve digestion, and are considered a rich source of iron.

Authentic Taste of Kallidaikurichi
All our home-made products are sourced from native manufacturers of Kallidaikurichi, the South Indian town synonymous with authentic traditional appalams, vathals and pickles.

Handpicked and sun-dried to perfection by artisans with traditional knowledge, the vathals carry a piquant taste and a unique aromatic profile.

Nutrient-Rich and Delicious
A quintessential part of traditional South Indian cooking, Sundakkai vathals are nutritious, flavourful and provide a burst of rich flavour to your dishes. Chock-full of antioxidants, minerals and vitamins, elevate the taste of your dishes without losing out on essential nutrients.

Sundakkai vathals are a staple delicacy in Tamil Nadu cuisine and are added to a variety of dishes- added to gravies like kuzhambu, they provide depth of taste and texture.
Whether you are a beginner or an expert in the kitchen, our Sundakkai vathal is sure to inspire creativity and elevate your culinary creations.

Ingredients: Sundakkai, Salt
For allergen advice, please refer to the product packaging.

Home-made with natural ingredients and sun-dried.
No added chemicals, preservatives, artificial colours or flavours.
Sealed, leak-proof packaging.
Store in a dry place.

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