Chana Dal

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Chana Dal TRS, 500g

Chana Dal is a bean that is most popular in India and comes from India, where they appreciate it very much. Chickpeas that have been split in half, retaining a dull yellow colour and lightens when it is cooked. Split Bengal Gram has a great flavour, being both sweet and nutty. It is high in fiber and help to lower cholesterol.

Peas are an excellent source of protein and essential amino acids. In addition, we can find spots B group vitamins, vitamins A, C, E and K, folic acid and pantothenic acid and minerals such as potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, calcium. Beans contain a large amount of dietary fiber that improves the intestinal function, lowers blood sugar levels, and cholesterol levels and blood pressure. Pea is recommended in the fight against cancer and reduces the risk of its occurrence; it is also de-acidifying the body.

Chana dal also known as dried split chick peas without seed coat, produced by removing the outer layer of black /brown chick peas and split a small yellow
color relative of the chickpeas in two half. Chana dal is the most popular dal in India ,which is regularly eaten with rice and roti. Chana Dhal
is a readymade source of protein for a balance diet containing little or no meat. Chana dal spicy curries, chana dal masala, chana dal Tarka, chana dal with
lauki are some of the very popular and delicious Indian dishes made from chana dal (Bengal Gram or Kadalai Paruppu). Chana dal legumes are powdered into
chickpeas Gram flour (besan or besin) used in making tasty and
traditional Indian desserts (Indian sweets: Besan laddu, besan halwa, besan bundi). Recipes made from chana dal are delicious, nutritious and
easily digested.

Preparation Instructions:

Take 1 cup chana dal in a bowl and rinse it thoroughly in cold water. Soak it in 4 cups of water for 1 hour. As they take a long time to cook in a closed pan (30-40 min) so a pressure cooker is the best for cooking it which takes just 15 minute to cook it completely. Now cooked chan dal is ready to make varieties of traditional Indian recipes.