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Vacuum Packed for retention of freshness and protection of quality of food and its nutrition, Our Chana Dal, also known as Bengal gram, is one of the most popular Dals in India
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Chana dal was widely used in ancient timesin the Mediterranean region. It is believed to have originated in Turkey or Afghanistan and later spread to other regions of the world. The beans have mild flavor and can be spiced to taste in a variety of ways. Without skin and split, chana is known as split chana dal. It is delicious, nutritious and can be easily digested. With its sweet and nutty flavor it is regarded as the most popular dal in India.
With a low Glycemic Index (Glycemic Index measures the effect of food on blood sugar level), it is good for diabetic people as well. Chana dal is often stewed with vegetables, especially bitter gourds and squashes.