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Bengal Gram 500g

  • $2.90

<p>Bengal Gram / கடலை பருப்பு / Chana dal</p>

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Product Description

Sathva Dals are chemical and preservative-free. Sathva Dal varieties are manually cleaned and packed in vacuum packaging to retain their freshness and quality.

Sathva Split Bengal Gram is meticulously hand-cleaned and sun-dried to perfection. Each seed boasts a consistent size and shape, exuding a light beige hue indicating proper sun drying. From the careful selection of each grain to the meticulous processing and packaging, every step is undertaken with precision to maintain its freshness, flavor, and nutritional integrity. 

It emanates a natural and pleasant aroma, showcasing its freshness and high-quality processing. 

 

Uses of split bengal gram

Split Bengal gram offers a multitude of culinary possibilities, whether in savory dishes, snacks, or even desserts. Its versatility and nutritional benefits make it a popular choice in traditional and modern cooking alike.

Chana dal is a popular choice for making flavorful lentil soups and dals. Boil the lentils until they become soft, and then temper them with spices, such as cumin, mustard seeds, turmeric, and garlic, to create a delicious and comforting dal.

Chana dal can be used in curries and gravies as a nutritious and textural component. It pairs well with vegetables, especially in dishes like bottle gourd and lentil curry or spinach and lentil curry.

Chana dal can be ground into a coarse paste and combined with spices and vegetables to make savory fritters. These crispy and flavorful snacks are perfect for tea-time or as appetizers.

Soaked or boiled chana dal can be added to salads to provide a protein boost. Mix it with fresh vegetables, herbs, and a tangy dressing for a nutritious and refreshing salad.

Roasted chana dal makes for a popular and healthy snack option. It can be seasoned with spices and eaten on its own or combined with other nuts and seeds to make a crunchy protein mix.

Chana dal can be roasted and ground into a powder, which can then be used as an ingredient in making chutneys and dips, adding a unique nutty flavor.

Chana dal is also used in some Indian sweet dishes. It can be ground into a fine paste and used to make sweets like Chana Dal Halwa, a rich and decadent dessert.

Benefits of split bengal gram

Chana dal is an excellent source of plant-based protein, making it a valuable addition to vegetarian and vegan diets. Protein is essential for tissue repair, muscle maintenance, and overall growth and development.

 Chana dal is high in dietary fiber, which aids in digestion and helps promote regular bowel movements. It also contributes to a feeling of fullness, making it beneficial for weight management and controlling overeating.

Chana dal is a good source of essential minerals like iron, phosphorus, potassium, and magnesium. It contains various vitamins, including vitamin B-complex (B1, B2, B3, B6), which are essential for energy metabolism and nerve function. Additionally, it contains antioxidants that help neutralize harmful free radicals in the body.