Nourish Unpolished Moong Sabut dal is a great source of plant-based proteins. They are rich in certain amino acids like phenylalanine, leucine, isoleucine, valine, lysine and arginine. The human body does not naturally produce these essential amino acids which is why Sabut Moong dal is a great ingredient you can add to your meals.
Whether it is in curry or even the salted snack that we munch on at tea time or any given point of the day, Moong dal is delicious. In fact, it is such a versatile ingredient that it can be used in multiple ways and can be easily incorporated into any dish you choose to cook.
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- Aids weight loss
- Controls blood sugar
- Improves heart health
Nutritional Value Per 100 g
- Calories: 351 kcal
- Total Fat: 1.3 g
- Cholesterol: 0 mg
- Sodium: 0.3 mg
- Potassium: 570.7 mg
- Total Carbohydrate: 60.6 g
- Dietary Fibre: 15.4 g
- Protein: 24.2 g
- Iron: 5 mg
- Calcium: 111.7 mg
- Magnesium: 176 mg
- Phosphorus: 428.8 m
- Copper: 1 mg
- Store the uncooked moong sabut dal in an airtight container in a cool, dry place.
- Make sure the container is tightly sealed to prevent moisture and pests.
- If storing for more extended periods, consider refrigerating or freezing the dal to preserve its freshness and quality.
- Before cooking, rinse the dal thoroughly in water and remove any impurities or debris.
- Rinse the moong sabut dal thoroughly in water.
- Soak the dal in water for at least 4 hours or overnight.
- Drain the water, add the soaked dal to a pressure cooker with 2-3 cups of water, and cook for 3-4 whistles on medium heat.
- Once the pressure is released, open the cooker and check if the dal is cooked to your desired consistency. If not, cook for another whistle or two.
- Add salt and other seasonings to taste and serve hot with rice or chapati.