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.
Vatana are small but nutritious and good source of cholesterol lowering fiber, thereby preventing blood sugar level from rising rapidly after a meal. Dried peas are rich in minerals, vitamin- B and protein. A single cup of cooked dried peas provides 65% of the daily value for fiber.
Rajma Chitra is characterized by strong flavor and intricate design on kidney shaped bean. Their taste is similar to regular kidney beans and can be used to make variety of recipes.
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
Urad dal (white urad) mogar is the skinless and often split urad bean. This white lentil is rich in protein and the iron content is good for improving hemoglobin count.