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Kali Masoor Dal
Kali Masoor Dal
Black masoor, a lentil that is incredibly healthy and complements any vegetable nicely, is high in dietary fibre and iron and helps to maintain skin health.
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Massor Dal is also called orange lentil or red lentil. They are easy to cook and rich in protein and
nutrition. They are so rich in proteins and nutrients that they are often compared to meat for their
protein. For this reason, many people use Massor Dal as an alternative to meat. There are two types of
Massor Dal is available at Farmonics, Lal Massor Dal and Kali Massor dal. We at Farmonics sell the
best quality Masoor dal online.
Benefits of kali masoor dal
Massor Dal provides various fibre, minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants.
Improves heart health
Masoor Dal contains potassium, fibre, and folic acid, which help maintain a healthy heart. Researchers
have found that regular consumption of Masoor dal helps to reduce LDL (Low-Density Lipoprotein)
which is bad cholesterol, which in turn not only reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease but also
helps build up the immunity of people who have a deficient immune system. Masoor Dal is also a
great replacement for meat as the protein and nutrition content is similar, hence those who replace
Masoor Dal, with meat, has a lesser risk of heart disease.
It may reduce the risk of cancer.
Masoor dal is rich in selenium, which facilitates the production of T cells, kills disease, and restricts tumour growth. Scientists have also discovered that selenium also helps prevent
prostate, bladder, lung, gastric, and skin cancer.
The lack of iron causes fatigue in our bodies. There are two types of iron: nonheme and heme,
plant-based food like Massor Dal is rich in nonheme iron. Meat and fish contain hem iron, which is
easy to absorb by the body, whereas nonheme iron, which comes from Masoor Dal and another plant-
based food is challenging to absorb. Hence they can be eaten along with food with high vitamin C, like
berries and pepper, which will help to absorb iron and can be an alternative to meat. Take the first step
to good health and order Masoor dal at the best price at Farmonics.
Recipes of masoor dal
Massor dal is a popular recipe cooked with tomatoes, onions, and delicious spices, which can be
enjoyed over rice. This dish is easy to make and can be cooked within 30 minutes. It can be cooked
even faster if cooked in a pressure cooker. To cook this, you need half a cup of Massor Dal and rinse
it with water for a minute, after which pour the Dal into the pressure cooker along with one and a half
cups of water and cook it with medium flame for five whistles, till they become soft and allow the
temperature in the pressure cooker to drop on its own.
In the meantime, cook your onion and tomato masala in a vessel with two tablespoons of oil. Heat the oil and add one teaspoon of cumin seed. After that, add one chopped onion and fry it till they are
light gold; add three peeled and crushed garlic cloves. Also, add chopped green and red chillies, and stir-fry them for a few minutes till they are mixed well. Finally, mix one chopped tomato well, and
your tomato masala is ready.
Now you can add your Massor Dal from your pressure cooker and one cup of water into the
dish containing onion tomato masala, stir it in water, and add salt for taste. Allow your dal to be
cooked for 6 minutes on a medium flame. Turn off you’re flame, then add one teaspoon of Kasuri
Methi, one teaspoon of lemon juice, and finally, one tablespoon of chopped coriander leaves, and your
Masoor dal is ready. So go ahead and cook your own Masoor Dal at home by ordering it online at
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