PULSES

  • Arhar Dal (500gms / 1kg)

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    105.00

    Arhar dal also known as Pigeon pea or Toor dal or Red gram is used to prepare recipes like sambhar and kootu varieties. Organic Arhar Dal is consumed across the country by almost all the communities and in all the households as a major source of protein in every day diet.

    WEIGHT: 500G / 1kg

  • Chana Dal (500gms)

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    95.00

    Chana dal is also known as Bengal gram. This is the most popular legume in India. The beans have mild flavor and can be spiced to taste in a variety of ways. Without skin and split, chana is known as split chana dal. Chana dal is delicious, nutritious and can be easily digested.

    WEIGHT: 500G

  • Chana Whole (500gms)

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    95.00

    Bengal gram is called Chickpea or Gram in South Asia. Bengal gram is a major pulse crop in India.

    WEIGHT: 500G

  • Chickpea Kabuli Dollar (500gms)

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    125.00

    Kabuli chana is also known as chole, garbanzo beans and white chickpeas. It is especially popular in North India. Organic Kabuli Chana is cooked as a delicacy during festivals and parties in India and abroad.

    WEIGHT: 500G

  • COWPEA WHITE WHOLE (500gms)

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    80.00

    Cowpea also known as black eyed as it has a black colored eye shaped spot on it. They are also known as field peas, Lobia and Chawla. It is a pale color legume and is soft textured. Cowpea is warm season annual herbaceouslegume.

    WEIGHT: 500gm

  • Masoor Malka (500gms)

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    99.00

    Masoor is known to be probably the most commonly used Dal in India. Sabot means whole and the brownish skin is left on in this type of Masoor Dal. 

    WEIGHT: 500gm

  • Masoor Whole (500gms)

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    90.00

    Masoor is basically a small pulse or legume and is present in huge varieties, varying in color from the more common greenish brown and red to yellow. Masoor is known to be most popular and probably the most commonly used dal in India.

    WEIGHT: 500G

  • Moong Dal Mogar (500gms)

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    95.00

    Moong dal is tiny lentils that have been split and dehulled. It is one of the most popular pulses in India as they cook up fast with no need for soaking or pressure cooking.

    WEIGHT: 500gm

  • Moong Split Chhilka (500gms)

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    95.00

    This dal is split moong beans with the skin left on it. It makes excellent soup and is a very tasty dal. Our organic Moong dal Chilka is extremely easy to cook, need no soaking and are easy to digest.

    WEIGHT: 500gm

  • Moong Whole Bold (500gms)

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    90.00

    Our Moong variety is of finest quality which is tiny, tender; oval shaped slightly sweet beans with a bright green skin and is soft and easily digested when cooked. When sprouted, the moong beans is good source of vitamin C with their rich and creamy texture they are also great in salads.

    WEIGHT: 500gm

  • Moth Whole (500gms)

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    75.00

    Moth whole are small brown beans with yellow interior. It has a strong earthy aroma and rich nutty flavor, also known as haricot or dew beans.

    WEIGHT: 500gm

  • Panchmel Mix Dal (500gms)

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    115.00

    Panchmel mix dal is lentil preparation from Rajasthan which is known for its nutrition value.  “Panch” means “5” and “mel” means “mix”, five Dals are used and hence the name Panchmel dal. The Panch Mel dal is also known as Panch ratna dal. It is part of rich Rajasthani cuisine.

    WEIGHT: 500 gm

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