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Brand: Regular Tarka Dal
Short Description : Regular Tarka Dal / Green Moong Dal
Geen gram dal is a pale green rather than yellow color. The different
color comes from retaining some of the husk of the dried mung bean.
Green gram can be used split, whole or ground, while moong dal is most
commonly used split or ground. Green gram dal is quick-cooking because,
unlike some other beans, it doesn’t need to be soaked, and the texture
absorbs flavors and liquids well. Green gram dal is a healthy, low-fat,
high-fiber source of protein. In addition, as a legume, it also helps
you reach your vegetable and protein requirements, as its nutrient
benefits allow it to fit in both categories. But it is rarely eaten on
its own. Because of this, the overall health benefits of the finished
green gram dal dish depend largely on the other ingredients used.
Green gram, also known as the mung bean, is a small round bean similar
in shape to the field pea. Green gram dal and moong dal are both derived
from the mature mung bean. The two dals are often used interchangeably
with one another, and green gram’s name in Hindi is actually “moong
dal.” Green gram dal is used in traditional Indian and Southeast Asian
cuisine, where it is used to make dough or as the primary ingredient to
soups, stews and curries. High in fiber as well as other nutrients,
green gram dal is a low-fat source of protein.