Profile: Black chilka urad dal is also known as split black urad dal or black grams. These black urad lentils have a creamy white interior and have been split.
The color of these lentils is creamy white, and the flavor is milder than entire split Urad Dal. It's high in protein and very nutritious. Also known as urad daal.
White urad dal is simple and quick to prepare, and the addition of various tadkas enhances its flavor and appeal.
In Punjabi cuisine, urad dal is quite popular. In south India, urad dal is used to season curries with mustard seeds and to make foods like Idli, Dosa, and Vada. Chapatti works great with white urad.
Dals or lentils are an excellent source of protein for vegetarians. With so many options, such as Toor Dal, Masoor Dal, Moong Dal, Urad Dal, and Chana Dal, it can be difficult to decide which one to use. Each of these types, on the other hand, has its own nutritional profile.
HEALTH BENEFITS OF INCLUDING URAD DAL IN YOUR DIET
1: Helps in Digestion: Urad Dal helps with digestion since it contains both insoluble and soluble fiber. It can help with constipation, diarrhea, bloating, and cramping. Urad Dal is a good liver stimulant as well.
2: Protects Your Heart: Urad Dal's magnesium and potassium are heart-healthy. High fiber and minerals balance cholesterol and maintain the heart healthy.
3: An excellent source of energy: Iron-rich urad dal prevents anemia. Iron promotes the body's synthesis of oxygen-carrying red blood cells. Pregnant ladies should eat Urad Dal to avoid anemia.
4: Enhances Bone Health: All the minerals in Urad dal improve bone density. Regular use of urad dal can help prevent bone diseases including osteoporosis and arthritis.
5: Good for Your Skin and hair: The high iron concentration improves oxygen flow in your body, resulting in beautiful skin. Rich in vital fatty acids, Urad Dal strengthens hair.
5: Helps to Control Diabetes: High fiber helps manage blood sugar levels. The fiber in urad dal keeps you full and regulates digestion.
|Ways To Use:
|* Serve over rice a traditional Indian dal makhani made with entire Urad Dal and red kidney beans cooked in a creamy, strongly spicy tomato sauce.
* Salads, curries, and soups can be made without lentils.
* Use in the same way as regular beans or lentils.
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|Handling / Storage:
|Store in a cool, dry place.
|All Natural, Gluten-Free, Kosher Parve, Non-GMO.