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.
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.
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.
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.
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