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Comments on Everyday cooking recipes from my kitchen.....: Val Val - A typical Mangalorean dish





Updated: 2017-12-11T17:57:45.519-06:00

 



This is a different one than what we have in cochi...

2009-03-26T01:02:00.000-05:00

This is a different one than what we have in cochin(Kerala). But this one looks more nutritious. will sure try this one.


Padma



Never heard of this before...sounds interesting

2008-02-10T23:21:00.000-06:00

Never heard of this before...sounds interesting



here's recipe for you seema -valvalayn rhymes with...

2008-02-08T10:39:00.000-06:00

here's recipe for you seema -
valvalayn rhymes with sagalayn (got it?)
jackfruit seeds - pressure cook them and keep aside.
grind fresh coconut, byadgi chilies and tamarind.
put cooked jackfruit seeds in a pot. add masala. add water. it should not be too thin. add salt.
give tadka of smashed garlic.
may be like bendi. but dont know why it was called valvalayn.
also, this dish is supposed to be very very hot.
if u make it, do invite me!!!;-)
u know, as i am writing, i am wondering, if fresh chestnuts can be used instead of jackfruit seeds. may be? may be not? don't know. if i find them, i will make them and will let u know if that substitute was ok or not.



Well Well, what a unique combination of vegetables...

2008-02-08T07:41:00.000-06:00

Well Well, what a unique combination of vegetables! I can see how tasty it must be. Very interesting Seema.



I've heard of Val Val so many times, but guess nev...

2008-02-07T23:07:00.000-06:00

I've heard of Val Val so many times, but guess never tasted it..Love Bibbo, my mom used to give a warning to stop eating, as they are said to be garam..Nice post Seema..



Seema,Valval is new to me!Was used to peeling Bibb...

2008-02-07T22:50:00.000-06:00

Seema,Valval is new to me!Was used to peeling Bibbaws for tendle-bibbya upkari..moms n my fave! I shall hunt for bibbaw here,if I get any lucky, my blog will hv 'authentic' post to brag about..the usual cashew misses out the flavour that bibbaw lends, isn't, loved your way of describing bibbaw!! I hv bookmarked this! tks for sharing!



Ramya - Thanks! Something new right?Richa - Congra...

2008-02-07T21:57:00.000-06:00

Ramya - Thanks! Something new right?

Richa - Congrats on your first Konkani word :-)

TBC - Yes its a creamy dish.. very rich too, but yum!



What an interesting dish,Seema! I've never heard o...

2008-02-07T21:33:00.000-06:00

What an interesting dish,Seema! I've never heard of this before.
Cashew nuts and coconut milk must make it nice and creamy...



so many veg, must taste so good! learnt a new word...

2008-02-07T21:32:00.000-06:00

so many veg, must taste so good! learnt a new word too, biboo:)



Interesting! Had never heard of this dish before.....

2008-02-07T20:56:00.000-06:00

Interesting! Had never heard of this dish before... Sounds delicious!



Dhivya- Its more in Mangalore you'll here this dis...

2008-02-07T20:41:00.000-06:00

Dhivya- Its more in Mangalore you'll here this dish. Try it out!

RC- Valval is made from Dudhi(Red Pumpkin)
Jevvna yetha ani randhayi hadtha :-)

Pravs - Thanks!

Uma - Every region in India has its own cuisine.. its so great, right! We learn new things everyday from all blogger friends we have!

Meera - Yes its a typical SK speciality, i fully afree. I have not heard of the second dish your talking about...If u find recipe somewhere - can u please send it to me, please.



Wonderful, Seema. I had eaten this looooong back. ...

2008-02-07T20:18:00.000-06:00

Wonderful, Seema. I had eaten this looooong back. So brought back nice memories. My grandma used to make this valval - SK speciality pretty much similar to what you have described and the second one was "Valvalayn" though names sounds similar it was different made with jackfruit seeds. I dont even get jackfruit here, so getting jackfruit seeds is out of question! :-( So I will just survive on the memories!! Thanks for bringing them back!! :-)



Wow, there are a lot of good recipes to explore ou...

2008-02-07T20:07:00.000-06:00

Wow, there are a lot of good recipes to explore out there. Thanks for introducing another yummy recipe.



so different a dish. looks good.

2008-02-07T19:50:00.000-06:00

so different a dish. looks good.



Seema, I have to admit it, I was not aware that Va...

2008-02-07T19:39:00.000-06:00

Seema, I have to admit it, I was not aware that Val val was made of Kuvale. I agree about Bibbo, not avialable anywhere here.
Please amgele ghara yo ani jevan kari, but don't forget to bring Valval :-))



hey seema,,never heared abt this one..different an...

2008-02-07T18:58:00.000-06:00

hey seema,,never heared abt this one..different and new recipe...looks yummy..



Prema - Thanks! Ita a typical Mangalorean cuisine,...

2008-02-07T18:55:00.000-06:00

Prema - Thanks! Ita a typical Mangalorean cuisine, i dont think you will find this dish anywhere else.. ofcourse there r other dishes cooked in coconut milk..

Asha - I did not know of anyone else blogging this. Thats great someone did :-)
Oh! I love those roasted cashews.. they taste so yum.. specially roasted in charcoal ones :-)



I think Ashwini or somebody blogged about Val Val ...

2008-02-07T16:33:00.000-06:00

I think Ashwini or somebody blogged about Val Val long time ago, looks delicious.
You are right about raw Cashew, hard to get them here. We used to collect Cashew in Summer in the estates, burn the the outer case, smash and used to eat the cashewnuts inside.Nothing tastes better that!!:))



A very different and new dish for me. I have not c...

2008-02-07T15:56:00.000-06:00

A very different and new dish for me. I have not come across this anywhere. looks very nice.