Masoor dal is power-packed with nutrients and has immeasurable benefits. A mere cup of masoor dal has 230 calories, about 15 grams of dietary fibre and about 17 grams of proteins. Here are some other ...
Arhar Dal Benefits: For vegetarians, this particular dal is a great source of protein and healthy carbs and may help in weight loss. Protein is necessary for overall well-being as our body requires it to ...
Almost all of us wish to have a clear and glowing skin. To achieve the same, it is of utmost importance to take care of the skin in the best possible manner.
Dal and the term comfort go hand-in-hand. It is a staple for every Indian from every part of the country. Add on to the comfort is the nutritional value of dal (pulses).
This spinach dal recipe by Shilpa Shetty is unbelievably delicious, and is probably one of the tastiest ways to consume the healthy green vegetable.
A mere cup of masoor dal has 230 calories, 16 grams of dietary fibre, 18 grams of proteins and 6.6 grams of iron, as per the USDA nutrition data. Hence it works like a magic ...
Moong dal dosa is also termed as 'Pesara Dosa' or 'Pesarattu' in Telegu. 'Pesara' stands for moong dal and 'Attu' stands for dosa
Urad dal, also known as Split Black Gram, is one of the famous lentils used in southern part of Asia, especially in Indian cuisine.
Giving a pump to the protein content in chilla, Health Practitioner and Nutritionist Shilpa Arora ND shared a chilla recipe that has moong dal in it.
Dal is one of best-known sources of proteins for vegetarians, and comes with plenty of other benefits as well, which we shall get to as the article progresses.