Pulses are an integral part of Indian cuisine in curries, dumplings, snacks, and even sweets. For Indians, especially vegetarians, it is hard to imagine a meal without at least one dish made from pulses.We export various types of pulses like Urad dal, Toor dal Moong dal, Chana dal, Masoor dal.
Urad dal, also known as Split Black Gram, is one of the famous lentils used in southern part of Asia, especially in Indian cuisine. Rich in protein, fat and carbohydrates. Moreover, urad dal is one of the richest sources of proteins and vitamin B. This simple lentil is full of iron, folic acid, calcium, magnesium and potassium, which makes this dal a perfect health package for pregnant women. Urad dal is easy to prepare and can be eaten as a side dish also. It is also extensively used in various culinary preparations such as dosa, papad and vada. There are many health benefits of split black gram including its ability to aid in digestion, boost energy, improve the skin health and many others.
Toor Dal is one of the lentils that is widely used in India. It is also known as Pigeon Peas Lentils, Toovar dal, Tuvar Dal, Arhar Dal, Peeli Dal or Yellow Dal in various regions. There are many health benefits of split black gram including its ability to aid in digestion, boost energy, improve the skin health and many others.
Moong or green gram is a small ¼-inch, round, olive-green bean that is mustard or off-white coloured inside. Moong dal is a plant species in the legume family. The Moong bean is mainly cultivated in East Asia, Southeast Asia and the Indian subcontinent. It is used as an ingredient in both savoury and sweet dishes.
Chana dal is protein packed and nutrient rich. It includes zinc, folate and calcium. Chana dal is one of those lentils that has a very low glycaemic index.
Masoor dal is an important part of the diet in many parts of the world, especially in the Indian subcontinent, which has a large vegetarian population. It is basically split lentil without skin and is red in colour. It does not need soaking prior to cooking as it is a soft dal and cooks quickly. Masoor dal is a quick cook protein rich lentil known as red lentils. These have a high nutrition profile similar to that of meat