Whole moong dal is also known as green bean they are small cylindrical beans with bright green skin. Nutritious and mild in flavor, green gram takes on the taste of the spices and other ingredients added to it. It is a fine supply of protein and dietary fiber. It is low in fat and rich in calcium, B complex vitamins and potassium.
Toor Dal is the most widely-used form of the lentil. It has a thick gelatinous or meaty consistency, and takes a little longer to cook. It provides many of the nutrients your body needs, such as protein, fat and carbohydrates.
Moong beans is a popular food among vegetarians since it contains a lot of proteins and fiber. It is one of the easiest dals to digest and for this reason it is often given to people recovering from an illness, specially a stomach upset. It has antioxidants which is very healthy for the good functioning of the human body. It is a good balanced diet and...
Brown Channa is very high in protein and gives a food meal. It has a low glycemic index and is a good protein selection for people with Diabetes. Brown Channa is a difference of the commonly found chickpea but it is dark brown in color and lesser in size.
Nutrela - soya chunks are an ideal family food-rich in proteins, versatile, and easy to prepare. It is prepared from fully cooked soya bean. They contain over 50% high excellence proteins. After absorbing water, they turn supple and increase to thrice the size.
Tata I Shakti offers you Toor Dal that differs from all natural, farm fresh dals. Tata I shakti dals are sourced from reputed, Tata-supported Indian farms, unlike most packaged dals available in retail outlets, which are imported. Tata i-Shakti Dals promise to be different from all other dals.