The yellow colour coated, nutrient filled dal, Tur dal or Pigeon Pea, is a widely used pulse used in the cooking of various Indian dishes. The containment of proteins and various amino acid supplements make them an essential diet to be included in our food. It is mostly used as an ingredient in S...
Masoor Dal is a 'superior' category of masoor dal which is used in cooking of variety of dishes like masoor dal, khichdi etc. Masoor dal is a fiber rich food, containing some amount of soluble fiber and a significant amount of insoluble fiber. They also contain high amounts of vitamins like vitam...
chana are generally soaked in the water for sprouting to consume with the addition of spices. They are also added to variety of curries, especially to prepare the Chana-Batoora dish that's more popular among the kids and adults in India.
Masoor Dal Black lentils are used in cooking of various curries, since they are healthy and deliver an exciting taste and flavour. Widely used in the preparation of Dal Curries to be accompanied with Rice or Roti.
Bring home the Rajma Chitra White and relish its taste over lunch or dinner. It is widely used in the preparation of Indian curries and is also used as an ingredient in Vegetable Biryanis. The Rajma curry is consumed hot along with Rice, popularly known as Rajma-Chawal.
Masoor Malka Red Whole are lentils which are popularly used in Indian Cuisines since they are healthy and deliver an enticing taste and flavour. It is widely used in the preparation of Dal varieties, that delivers an amazing taste when accompanied with Rice or Roti.
Channa Dal or the Bengal Gram is popularly used in the Indian cuisines for a taste and flavour in the food. It is widely used to prepare Dal varieties, Pakoras, Biryanis, Paranthas, South Indian delicacy - Wada, Kichdi and variety of sweets.
Moong Beans or Green Gram are generally boiled to make a sprout salad with the addition of spices and other sprouts. These beans are also skinned and boiled to prepare sweet soups, Dal curry, Pongal or Kichdi.
Kabuli Chana or White Chickpea are generally soaked in water for sprouting to consume with the addition of spices. They are also added to variety of curries, especially for preparing Chana-Bhature, a popular North Indian dish.