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  • Soyabean Whole (500 Gm)

    The soybean or soya bean is a species of legume native to East Asia. It is considered a superfood owing to its high protein content and bio-active components, such as isoflavones. It is also a good source of iron, B vitamins and potassium. Consuming soya flour reduces risk of heart disease, reduces menopausal symptoms and aids bone health. Soyabean can be used to make soya bean curry, soya manchurian, soya koftas, soya gravy curries, soyabean pulao, soybean dosa, soya bean idly, soya bean bhel and roasted soya bean namkeen.

    SKU: 2371 Categories: , ,
    126.00
  • Masoor Dal (500 Gm)

    Masoor dal or red lentils is a lentil that is consumed largely in the northern parts of India. Pinkish in colour, this lentil needs no soaking and cooks fast. When cooked the dal turns pleasantly pink in colour with an earthy flavour. With 26% of protein this lentil have the third highest level of protein, by weight, of any plant based ingredients after soybeans and hemp. 

    103.00
  • Tur/Toor Dal (1 Kg)

    The pigeon pea or tur dal is a perennial legume from the family of Fabaceae. It’s been a part of Indian cuisine from over 3,500 years. Apart from being a great protein source, tur dal is rich in potassium, iron, folic acid, magnesium and B vitamins. It is an excellent source of folic acid and highly beneficial for pregnant women.

    220.00
  • Kabul Chana (500 Gm)

    Kabuli Chana has its origin in Afghanistan, hence the name. It is a small, hard, knobby, beige-coloured legume with a diameter of less than a centimetre. It is a rich source of protein, folate, vitamin B9, magnesium, zinc, and fiber. improving digestion, aiding weight management and reducing the risk of several diseases. It is high in protein and makes an excellent replacement for meat in vegetarian and vegan diets. Kabuli Chana can be used to make Chole, sundal, wadas, hummus, falafel, or snacked on.

    135.00
  • Chana Dal (1 Kg)

    Chana dal is baby chickpeas that has been split and polished. Apart from being used in soups, salads, curries, dal preparations, savouries, sweets and rice dishes, the legumes are also roasted and powdered into chickpea flour (besan), another ingredient that is widely used in almost every province of India, also known as split bengal gram. Bengal gram is one of the earliest cultivated legumes.

    SKU: 1111 Categories: , ,
    205.00
  • Broken Wheat (500 Gm)

    Wheat is the most common cereal grain, which comes from a type of grass (Triticum). It forms the staple diet of the Northern part of India. It has multiple essential nutrients, such as protein, dietary fiber, manganese, phosphorus and niacin. Consuming wheat controls obesity, increases energy, prevents metabolic disorders, helps manage diabetes and gut health, prevents gallstones and relieves postmenopausal symptoms. Wheat flour is commonly used to make chapatis, phulkas, parathas, puries wheat dosas, wheat idlis, wheat halwa and savouries like wheat murukku.

    SKU: 1700 Categories: , ,
    80.00
  • Roasted Channa Dal/Bengal Gram (500 Gm)

    Roasted gram, also known as roasted chickpeas are rich source of vitamins, minerals and fiber. They offer a variety of health benefits, such as improving digestion, aiding weight management and reducing the risk of several diseases. Additionally, chickpeas are high in protein and make an excellent replacement for meat in vegetarian and vegan diets. Roasted gram can be eaten as is like a snack or used to make chutney, ladoo, vadas, namkeens, podis etc.

    93.00
  • Mixed Dal (500gm)

    Mix dal is a blend of different dals. Mixed dals are a rich source of proteins. They are also a good source of folate. They maintain digestive health and boost energy levels. This dal mix can be used to make dishes like khichdi, cheela (a dosa variant), etc.

     

    SKU: 11286 Categories: , ,
    129.00
  • Moong Dal (500 gm)

    The mung bean, alternatively known as the green gram, maash, or moong, is a plant species in the legume family. They’re packed with minerals like potassium, magnesium, iron, and copper. In addition to this, they also contain folate, fiber, fiber, and vitamin B6, apart from loads of high-quality protein. One of the most significant benefits of moong dal is its role in facilitating weight loss. Moong lentil is packed with fibre and plant-based protein, which are known to help reduce weight. Moong dal can be used to make dal, pesarattu, cheela, payasam, moong vegetable curries, etc.

    125.00
  • Green Gram (500 gm)

    The mung bean, alternatively known as the green gram, maash, or moong, is a plant species in the legume family. They’re packed with minerals like potassium, magnesium, iron, and copper. In addition to this, they also contain folate, fiber, fiber, and vitamin B6, apart from loads of high-quality protein. One of the most significant benefits of moong dal is its role in facilitating weight loss. Moong lentil is packed with fibre and plant-based protein, which are known to help reduce weight. Moong dal can be used to make dal, pesarattu, cheela, payasam, moong vegetable curries, etc.

    114.00
  • Urad Dal (500 Gm)

    Vigna mungo, the black gram, urad bean, minapa pappu or uddina bele is a bean grown in the Indian subcontinent. It is a rich source of protein, vitamin B6, thiamine, pantothenic acid, riboflavin and niacin.

    160.00
  • Urad Gota (500 Gm)

    Urad dal gota is unsplit (whole) Urad. It is a rich source of protein, vitamin B6, thiamine, pantothenic acid, riboflavin and niacin. It is also has potassium, which helps negate the influence of sodium on the blood pressure. Black gram also supplies substantial amounts of iron, calcium, magnesium, copper, zinc and phosphorus. 

    SKU: 6713 Categories: , ,
    155.00
  • Brown Chana (500 Gm)

    Brown chana or chickpeas are one of the earliest cultivated legumes, and 7500-year-old remains have been found in the Middle East. It is used extensively in Indian, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine.

    80.00
  • Horse Gram (500 Gm)

    Originally grown to feed horses, Horse gram is a twining herb (Dolichos biflorus) with many a medicinal qualities. It is a rich source of protein, dietary fibre and also an excellent source of iron, molybdenum and calcium. Commonly known as ‘hurali kalu’ in kannada, horse gram is commonly used in Kannada households to make sprouts, rasam, sambar and chutney. 

    55.00
  • Cowpea Red (500 Gm)

    Commonly called Kempu alasande in Kannada and lobia in Hindi, cowpea (Vigna unguiculata), originated in Africa and is widely grown in Africa, Latin America, S.E.Asia and in the southern United States. It is chiefly grown for grain and animal fodder.

    99.00
  • White Cowpea (500 gm)

    White cowpeas, commonly called lobia or alasande kalu, are kidney shaped beans similar to rajma, but smaller in size. They are low in saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium thus suitable for people with high blood pressure and heart problems. It contains almost all essential vitamins and minerals including vitamin A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, C, folic acid, iron, potassium, magnesium, calcium, selenium, sodium, zinc, copper, phosphorus, etc. Consuming cowpeas help maintain cholesterol levels, regulate blood sugar, treat stomach and pancreatic trouble, eliminate urination problems and aid improved skin and hair health. Lobia or white cowpea is used to make fries, currys, patties, cutlets, vadas, fritters. stuffed parathas and khichdi.

    SKU: 1895 Categories: , ,
    125.00
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