Multigrain dal, commonly known as Mix dal. An amalgamation of 5 wholesome pulses; masoor dal,urad dal, chana dal,arhar dal and moong dal.
It is packed with a heavy dose of exceptional taste and health benefits. Multigrain dal has a distinct flavour and texture. It is a rich source of vitamins, minerals, dietary fibre, and proteins. Multigrain dal is beneficial for diabetics, heart and weight loss. One serving of the dal gives about 132 calories.
To ensure the authenticity of our pulses, grains are grown completely pesticide-free, no chemicals are used while cleaning the dals and they are kept completely unpolished and natural.
Benefits of Multigrain dal
Helps maintain blood pressure & blood sugar levels
Aids in weight loss
High in protein
Strengthens nervous system
Lowers pain and inflammation
Better body immunity
Boosts immunity and protects against infections
Healthy and Delicious Uses of Multigrain dal
Multigrain dal can be used in making dishes of Indian gujrati cuisine such as handvo ( vegetable cake) , dhokla , and dishes of other cuisines such as fretters , soup, curries , pancakes ( mix dal stuffed pancakes) , stuffed lentil dumpling ( dal fara , very popular in the northern parts of India ) , etc.
Benefits of Stone Grinding
We use natural stone grinding method to process the grains. The benefits of Stone grinding are umpteen.
The slow, massaging process completely breaks down the particles and cell walls at low temperatures, revealing the complete nutrition of the product as it is consumed.
The higher temperatures usually found in mills can not only destroy sensitive vitamins but can also result in oxidation and rancidity, which reduces quality and product life.
Stone grinding produces an end product that retains the natural, original proportions of the seeds and grains being ground.
Stone grinding releases the natural oils and distributes them uniformly throughout the product creating a wonderfully smooth and creamy product.