Natureship hand roasted and stone ground (Chakki Fresh) Unpolished Arhar Dal 500gm
Arhar Dal, also known as “Toor Dal” or “Pigeon Peas.” This traditional Indian dish is usually served with rich spices over rice, which we call Dal Tadka, Dal fry, sambhar, etc. and is a staple in many Indian households. Arhar dal can be counted in both the protein and vegetable subgroups. Arhar Dal is also a legume family member (legumes are nutritionally similar to poultry, though they represent a low-fat and low-cholesterol alternative).
To ensure authenticity of our pulses, grains are grown completely pesticide-free, no chemicals are used while cleaning the dal and the grains are kept entirely unpolished and natural.
|Expiry||12 months from date of packaging|
|Suitable for||Everyone can consume, great for kids & elderly as its 100% natural and free from preservatives and chemicals|
Why should you buy?
- Non factory made
- Made in small batches
- Hand Roasted & Stone Ground
- Full of nutrients & fibre
- No artificial preservatives
- No artificial colorant
Benefits of Arhar Dal
Arhar Dal is a natural product having several health benefits such as:
- Rich in protein, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, and calcium.
- Good Source of Folic Acid
- Good source of Fibre
- Good source of Vitamin B
- Builds Immunity
- Helps Maintain Blood Pressure
- Excellent source of nutrients, plant protein also contains dietary fiber.
Uses of Arhar Dal
Arhar Dal has several uses such as:
- Can be used in making fritters (popularly known as vada)
- Can be used in making pancakes (popularly known as dosa)
- Can be used in making cutlets
- Can be used in making sweet dish (known as toor dal pitha)
How is the product created at Natureship?
We use natural stone grinding method to process the grains. The benefits of Stone grinding are umpteen
Benefits of Natural Stone Grinding
- Slow massaging process at cool temperature preserves all nutrients
- Releases natural oils & distributes them uniformly
- Results in low glycemic index & high fiber content
- Higher temperature at mills destroys most of the nutrients, which is preserved in traditional methods