In Sathva, we take great pride in ensuring the utmost quality of our whole urad dal. 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 is whole white urad dal, having a pale cream hue. It is manually cleaned and packed in vacuum packaging to retain its freshness and quality. It renders a smooth texture to idly and dosa batter and vadai.
Beyond the usual use of urad dal in making idly, dosa batter, and vadai, here are a few more ideas to inspire you in your kitchen!
Roast urad dal along with other ingredients like coconut, chilies, and spices, then grind them together to make a tasty and versatile chutney. This chutney can be served as a dip, spread, or accompaniment to various snacks and meals.
Roast urad dal, grind it into a fine powder, and combine it with ghee, sugar, and nuts to create delicious and sweet urad dal ladoos. These bite-sized treats are often enjoyed during festive occasions.
Urad dal can be dry roasted or lightly sautéed and used as a crunchy topping or garnish for various dishes like salads, vegetable stir-fries, or rice dishes.
Make a satisfying urad dal porridge that is creamy and warm. Natural sweeteners such as brown sugar can be added to sweeten the porridge. This would be a protein-packed fulfilling meal.
Urad dal is a rich source of plant-based protein. It provides essential amino acids that are necessary for the body's growth, repair, and maintenance of tissues.
It is a good source of dietary fiber, both soluble and insoluble. Fiber aids in digestion, helps regulate bowel movements and promotes a healthy gut. It can also contribute to improved satiety, helping you feel fuller for longer.
Urad dal is known to be heart-friendly. It contains low levels of cholesterol and saturated fats while being rich in potassium, magnesium, and folate.
It is a good source of various vitamins and minerals, including iron, magnesium, potassium, and B-complex vitamins.