Gujarati val recipes

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Indian Winter Vegetable Pulao / Pilaf

Indian Winter Vegetable Pulao / Pilaf

Serve hot with Gujarati Kadhi and roasted or fried papad. 3/4 cup mixed beans ( Green peas, fresh tuver, Surti Papadi lilva , Val papdi lilva ) steamed or boiled. 3/4 cup mixed beans ( Green peas, fresh tuver, Surti Papadi lilva , Val papdi lilva ) steamed or boiled
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Sambharo – Stir fry Carrots, Cabbage, Bramley apples and chillies

Sambharo – Stir fry Carrots, Cabbage, Bramley apples and chillies

I was once told by a Gujarati chef that sambharo is served as a side dish in a lot of Indian thalis. “Sambharo in Gujarati means remember”
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Mung bean soup (Mug nu osaman)

Mung bean soup (Mug nu osaman)

Mung bean soup is often referred to as “mug nu osaman” in Gujarati. Val ni Dahl (split Val Dall). Mung bean soup is often referred to as “mug nu osaman” in Gujarati
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Cabbage,  New baby potatoes and Sweet Thai chillies Curry with baby onions

Cabbage, New baby potatoes and Sweet Thai chillies Curry with baby onions

Cabbage and potato is a very traditional Gujarati curry eaten in most Indian homes. Val ni Dahl (split Val Dall)
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Val ni Dahl (split Val Dall)

Val ni Dahl (split Val Dall)

 Val curry is really popular in all Gujarati homes and served as a dish at most Gujarati weddings too