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Masoor dal – when split without skin – helps protect against digestive disorders and diseases. These contain both vitamins and minerals essential to fight digestive disorders. Therefore they are known to have low ‘digestive carb’ content in them.
Patients with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes can reduce their daily intake of insulin by including split masoor dal in their diet. They help maintain stable blood glucose levels and healthier glucose metabolism.
Indian Red split lentil is preferred over those of other origins for its delicious flavor, appetizing color, texture and aroma
  • With the husk as a complete urad dal with the black skin. These have strong, rich and earthy flavor because of the black skin. These also have high quality to absorb flavor and are therefore used in stew more like chilli.
  • Without husk as a complete urad dal with the black skin removed- appears creamy white in color. This skinless urad dal is highly recommended for diabetic patients. The removed skin helps it to be less strong and lighter than black whole urad dal.
  • These are popularly grown in southern Asia and commonly used in culinary preparation by Indians and Pakistani Punjabis
Urad Wash is spilt urad dal. These carry the same health quotient as that of whole urad but in lesser quantity as these are milled. They have subtle and flour like aroma and taste quite bland.
  • Whole Large Red Lentils   (Lens culinaris) Also know as: Lentille, Lense, Lenteige, Adas, Masoor, Mercimek, Saabat Masoor, Desi Masoor, Masoor Matki, or Crimson.
  • Whole Red Lentils are 1/2 cm wide with a mild, earthy flavor and soft texture. These lentils are crimson, which is a deep orange-red color. Whole Red Lentils are tiny lens-shaped pulses which have traditionally been used as a meat substitute. Lentils have been eaten for over 8,000 years and originated in South-western Asia along the Indus River. They are a staple food for many South Asian cultures.
  • Whole Large Green Lentils   (Lens culinaris) Also known as: Brown lentil, Lentille, Lense, Lenteige, Adas, Masoor, Mercimek, or Saabat Massor.