Sundakkai vathal means sun-dried sundakki vegetable; this can be fried and served with curd or rasam rice. The vegetable is first immersed in curd and then dried; after which it is fried in oil as sundakkaivathal. The fruits that grow in the Sundakkai plant look like berries or green peas. In many parts of Southern India, the fruit sundakkai is taken directly or served as sundakai sambar, sundakkaiaviyal or sundakkaiporiyal. How to Use The sundakkaivathals can be fried and added to vathakulamboo. It can also be served as a side dish with any rice item.