Organic Moth Dal makes a healthy food, by virtue of its low fat & cholesterol, high dietary fiber and high protein contents. All these properties of this pulse make it an excellent heart healthy food choice for you with established health benefits. It is mostly cooked dry with spices, coconut and fresh cilantro/coriander leaves. They can also be enjoyed as a thick puree to be eaten with rice, chapatti, puri, paratha, roti, bread and pav. They are reasonably nutritious, a good addition to the vegetarian diet, and many people enjoy the nuttiness of moth beans in foods like risotto, couscous, and soups.
Organic Moth dal commonly called “Matki” in India. They are also known as Moath, dew beans, papillons, muths, mot beans, mat beans, Turkish grams, and mat grams. Moth beans are cultivated throughout Southeast Asia and the Middle East. The small pods are sun dried, de-shelled and split to derive dal. Organic Moth dal is popular for its nutty flavor and strong earthy smell.
|Name of the component||g/mg per 100 g|
|Calories from Fat||20.0|
|Total Carbohydrates||62.0 g|
|Dietary Fiber||5.0 g|
|Total Fat||1.0 g|
|Saturated Fat||0.0 g|
|Vitamin A||2.0 mg|
|Vitamin C||7.0 mg|
Organic Arhar dal hails from dry tracts on Southern India which is known as “Pulse basket”. The organic farm grown pods are de-shelled and de-husked after natural sun drying. Being a member of the group of Legumes, is a rich source of vegetable proteins. Carbohydrates, vitamin B form major nutrients. Organic Arhar dal is rich in dietary fiber, low in cholesterol and saturated fats. Including Arhar dal in your diet may lower the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Organic Arhar dal is rich in potassium, and this would lower your blood pressure. Being rich in iron, daily intake would reduce your chances of anaemia. Delicious mouth-watering dish made of organic Arhar dal with or without vegetables is for popular for its high nutrient content and can be eaten with roti, rice and bread and makes an integral part Indian diet.View full product details
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