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Vacuum Packed for retention of freshness and protection of quality of food and its nutrition, Our Arhar Dal is a Nutritious and important source of proteins and amino acids,It is the most widely consumed pulse and mainstay of the food for most of the Indian households.
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Arhar Dal, also known as Pigeon pea or Tur dal or Red gram, is consumed across the country by almost all the communities and households and is a major source of protein in every day diet. It is also an important ingredient in many food delicacies cooked at home like sambhar and kootu. Because of its nutritional value, the water from cooked dal (without spices, of course) is also filtered and given to infants above 8 months.
Cooking tip - The cooking time of dal can be reduced if the lentils are soaked for 15-20 minutes before cooking in pressure cooker or steaming. Always add salt to the dal after it is cooked or else the lentils may remain hard. In about 20 minutes, the grain is fully cooked.