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Vaal Dhal, Organic

Hodmedod's British Pulses & Grains

Our organic canned Vaal Dhal is inspired by the cuisine of Gujarat in northern India but we use only British-grown fava beans, cooked with a blend of mild and aromatic spices. Needing just a little heat and a good stir our dhal is ready to eat as a satisfying side dish or can be cooked with other ingredients to create a more substantial curry. Try adding water or stock for a curry soup.

Also available as part of our Big Vegan Box



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Complete Product Details

  • Vaal Dhal is ready to eat and just requires a good stir and a little heat.

    Cooking instructions

    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.

    Microwave Cooking
    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.

    To Store

    Store in a cool, dry place. Once opened, transfer contents to a non-metallic container, cover refrigerate and use with 2 days.

  • Ingredients

    Fava Beans (Broad Beans) (45%), Water*, Tomato Puree, Rapeseed Oil, Rice Flour, Sugar, Salt*, Herbs and Spices (contains Mustard)
    (* non-organic ingredients)

    Allergy information

    For allergens, see ingredients in bold

  • Typical values Per 100g
    Energy 397kJ (95kcal)
    Fat 3.3g
    of which saturates 0.3g
    Carbohydrate 9.2g
    of which sugars 2.2g
    Fibre 5.1g
    Protein 4.5g
    Salt 0.6g
  • 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


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