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    Pottu Kadala

    Nutritional Value · Roasted gram/pottukadalai is loaded with protein and fiber, it is healthy to include it in the regular diet and ideal for weight loss as it is also low in ...




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    Kadala Black



    Green gram, also known as the mung bean, is a small round bean similar in shape to the field pea. People in the U.S. primarily eat green gram as a sprout, and as a bean it cooks up fast and has a sweet flavour. With its high fiber and nutrient content, it offers a number of health benefits.


    Dals are very commonly used in the Indian cuisine. It is hard to find an Indian household that does not stock up different types dals. As dals have to prepared on a daily basis, we need to have a lot of dals on board to maintain the variety. Besides dals are types of pulses that have many nutritional values.


    thuvardal is the one of the most popular dals eaten in India. This dal has immense amounts of complex dietary fibres that helps to regularise bowel movements.

    Red Masoor Dal

    MASOO DAL is one of the small and good source of cholesterol-lowering fiber from List of Indian Dals. Masoor dal or Red Lentil is very important part of vegetarian diet in Indian cuisine. Masoor is sold in all forms like with or without skin, whole or split. It is very soft and cooks quickly.

    Cherupayar Parip

    Cherupayar parippu (yellow moong dal-lentil) is fried lightly in ghee and cooked in coconut milk with jaggery (sharkara) and spiced with roasted coconut bits, dry ginger etc.

    White Kadala


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    Sambar Parip



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