Vaal Dhal is ready to eat and just requires a good stir and a little heat.
Cooking on the Hob
Dhal naturally separates in the can. Carefully empty entire contents into saucepan and stir well. Heat gently for 4-5 minutes while stirring. For best flavour do not boil or overcook. Do not reheat.
Carefully empty entire contents into a non-metallic bowl and cover. Heat for 2 to 3 minutes, stirring halfway. Check the food is hot, stir well and serve. Do not reheat.
More than just dhal...
Add water for a quic tasty soup or use as a cooking sauce - just add your choice of ingredients and cook through for a delicious curry.
Store in a cool, dry place. Once opened, transfer contents to a non-metallic container, cover refrigerate and use with 2 days.
Fava Beans (Broad Beans) (45%), Water*, Tomato Puree, Rapeseed Oil, Rice Flour, Sugar, Salt*, Herbs and Spices (Cumin, Turmeric, Fenugreek, Coriander, Caraway Seeds, Chilli Powder, Coriander Leaf, Mustard seeds)
(* non-organic ingredients)
For allergens, see ingredients in bold
|Typical values||Per 100g|
|of which saturates||0.3g|
|of which sugars||2.2g|
Delicious, nutritious and good for the soil, fava beans are a variety of broad bean, Vicia faba, left to ripen and dry before harvest. They’re also known as field beans, horse beans, Windsor beans or ful.
Suitable for vegans and vegetarians
We've teamed up with Bold Bean Co to offer our classic carlin peas in jars, cooked to perfection and ready to use.
One of Britain's best-kept secrets, Carlin Peas are a much-loved traditional food in the North of England and make a great alternative to chickpeas, with excellent flavour and texture.
Bold Bean sent our classic British-grown Black Badger Carlin Peas to their expert Spanish preservers, who have perfectly cooked and jarred them in their salty stock.
Also know as Black or Grey Peas, Carlin Peas are traditionally eaten as Parched Peas in Lancashire, simply boiled up and served with vinegar and salt. With their firm texture and delicious nutty flavour, Carlin Peas make an excellent British substitute for chickpeas.
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