TRS Moong/Mung Dal (2kg)

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Mung dal, also known as “Dhuli Moong” or “Payatham Paruppu”, are yellow lentils that have been hulled and split. They are particularly easy to digest and take on seasonings and spices well, so are often made into spicy dals.

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DescriptionBlack cardamom is used as a spice in a similar way to the green cardamom, but the taste differs considerably. In contrast to green cardamom, black cardamom is rarely used in desserts. Its tart, earthy aroma, reminiscent of softwood and camphor, and its smoky taste are due to the traditional drying over an open fire. The spice is mostly used in hearty meat dishes.Chickpeas are used in many Middle Eastern countries in dishes like falafel. Together with tomatoes, ginger, garlic, onions and Indian spices, they make the popular main course "Chole", which is usually served with rice, puri or bhatura. Chickpeas can also be added to chaats, salads and soups, or eaten as a snack.Black-eyed beans provide a range of nutrients, are high in fiber and can be used in a variety of recipes. For vegetarians, these beans can be an important source of iron.Urid Chilka Dal is the split Urid bean with a creamy white interior and the natural black husk intact. It cooks faster than the whole Urid dal. Once softened, it thickens to form a delicious, rich gravy. Dals with husk are generally considered more nutritious in India and Black Urid is rich in proteins and iron, making it the perfect energy booster in a vegetarian diet.Whole Urid (Urad) Dal is whole and with its natural black husk. It needs to be soaked for a few hours before use. This ensures that it cooks faster. Once softened, the Urid dal thickens to form a delicious, rich gravy. Dals with husk are generally considered more nutritious in India and Black Urid is rich in proteins and iron, making it the perfect energy booster in a vegetarian diet.
ContentMung dal, also known as "Dhuli Moong" or "Payatham Paruppu", are yellow lentils that have been hulled and split. They are particularly easy to digest and take on seasonings and spices well, so are often made into spicy dals.Black cardamom is used as a spice in a similar way to the green cardamom, but the taste differs considerably. In contrast to green cardamom, black cardamom is rarely used in desserts. Its tart, earthy aroma, reminiscent of softwood and camphor, and its smoky taste are due to the traditional drying over an open fire. The spice is mostly used in hearty meat dishes.Chickpeas are used in many Middle Eastern countries in dishes like falafel. Together with tomatoes, ginger, garlic, onions and Indian spices, they make the popular main course "Chole", which is usually served with rice, puri or bhatura. Chickpeas can also be added to chaats, salads and soups, or eaten as a snack.Black-eyed beans provide a range of nutrients, are high in fiber and can be used in a variety of recipes. For vegetarians, these beans can be an important source of iron.Nutritional Information per 100gm (unless otherwise stated): Calories/Energy: 1325kJ/350kcal Fat: 1g of which saturates: 0g Carbohydrates: 63g of which sugars: 7g Fiber: 16g Protein: 24g Salt: 0.015g Ingredients: Urid dal (Lentils)Whole Urid (Urad) Dal is whole and with its natural black husk. It needs to be soaked for a few hours before use. This ensures that it cooks faster. Once softened, the Urid dal thickens to form a delicious, rich gravy. Dals with husk are generally considered more nutritious in India and Black Urid is rich in proteins and iron, making it the perfect energy booster in a vegetarian diet.
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