Our Froots Bengal Gram Dal Split is an ideal pulse in every possible way. Its famous for its miraculous nutritional profile as it packs in a ton of iron, zinc, selenium, fibre, folic acid and other nutrients that are important for the optimal functioning of your body.
Black Gram Whole White (Goti) and Black Gram Dal White (Split)
These forms of black gram is perhaps everyone’s favourite because it is used in preparing mouth watering dishes like dosa, idli, sambhar bada and dahi bada. The split form is also used in making papads. Who could resist eating urad which is a treat to your taste buds and exceptionally good for your body too.
Black Gram Dal Chilka (Split)
This is used for our favourite dal makhani. Fried with tomatoes, onions and garlic, with loads of butter on top, this dish will be perfect for your cheat days or when guests come over. Nevertheless, you can prepare simple boiled dal to consume on a regular basis.
Green Gram Dal Chilka (Split)
This form of green gram is used for making dal, mangodi (fritters), pakodi and chillas (pancakes).
Green Gram Dal (Split)
It is the most commonly consumed form of dal. it requires only a fraction of your time for preparations and cooks within a few minutes. This variant is also used as stuffing for making delicious kachoris and dal pakwan.
Masoor Dal (Split)
Masoor is basically made of split lentils without skin and has a beautiful red colour. Just like other pulses, it has 25 grams of protein, 8 grams of fibre, magnesium, vitamin A, vitamin B1, thiamine, vitamin B2, riboflavin, vitamin B3, niacin, vitamin C, iron and zinc. It’s good for your skin, bones, teeth and heart. It promotes weight loss, improves digestion, reduces the risk of cancer and can be consumed by people suffering from diabetes. Simple or fried masoor dal are the most common forms of consumption. You can even consume parboiled masoor dal.
Red Gram (Tur) Dal (Split)
Popularly known as Arhar or Tur ki dal, red gram is consumed quite regularly in our households. The protein content is around 11 grams with 15 grams of dietary fibre. It packs a good amount of potassium which helps in reducing post-menopausal cancers and osteoporosis. It is gluten free, so people with dietary restrictions can consume it. It helps in reducing that extra ounce of fat and strengthens our bone health. Regular consumption is good for your immune system and for your heart. It maintains a good metabolism rate which helps with problems like indigestion or constipation. You can prepare appetizing dals and sambar with it.