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    Masoor Dal
    Toor Dal
    Chana Dal
    Urad Kali
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    Urad Dal

    Urad Dal is one of the richest sources of protein and Vitamin B.

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    Moong Dal

    An important part of the Indian diet, Moong Dal is a good and filling option for those who want to shed kilos.

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    Masoor Dal

    Considered as an important part of a vegetarian diet in the Indian subcontinent, masoor dal is know for its high levels of antioxidants and also as a good source of iron and potassium.

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    Toor Dal

    A staple in the Indian diet, toor dal is used to prepare sambar, dal tadka, the maharashtrian varan and more.

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    Chana Dal

    Chana dal is a staple in the Indian diet. It’s nutritious and can be easily digested.

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    Urad Kali

    Wholesome and delicious, the Urad Kali from Tata Sampann is perfect for your dal makhni.

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    Urad Dal Whole

    Whole urad or black gram is popular in the Indian cuisine.

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    Tata Sampann dals are specially sourced under the Grow More Pulses Program, an initiative of Tata Chemicals Ltd. and Rallis India Ltd. Under this program, farmers are trained by experts and follow best practices that result in better yields and fine quality grains. Your homecooked dal just got healthier and tastier!

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  • Urad kali

    Studies show that it’s the perfect choice for weight watchers, it has 170 calories per cup (250ml) in a cooked serving, so the idli, vada lovers can still enjoy the meal without the stress of consuming calories.

  • Kabuli Chana

    This wholesome leguminous pulse can be used to make salads, chole, hummus dips, veggie burgers and much more. Claims suggest that the fiber in the channa helps lower cholesterol levels, thereby contributing to cardiovascular health.

  • Masoor Chanti

    The masoor chanti is! While not only being a staple for North Indian dinner tables in forms of lentil soup, lunch patty, studies have proven that it removes bile from your body. It further helps in eliminating and reducing blood cholesterol levels.

  • Rajma

    Nothing screams yummy weekend food like rajma-chawal for lunch and dinner. Rajma has shown to have significant amounts of vitamins that reduce risk factors for heart attacks, stroke or peripheral vascular disease.

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    An everyday accompaniment of most Indian homes, its regular consumption has explored to promote better blood flow and passage of nutrients to the organs.

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