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TRS Tur/Toor Dal
Toor Dal is not only delicious but also has nutritional value. It contains a good amount of fibre. Toor dal is an excellent source of nutrients and plant protein, and it also contains dietary fibre.
In essence, legumes are nutritional though they represent a low-fat and low-cholesterol alternative. Legumes such as toor dal provide essential nutrients, fibre and protein for vegetarians. Toor dal rich in protein, vitamins and iron is often served with rich spices over rice and Rotis.
- Calories: 377,
- Carbs: 57 g,
- Fat: 2 g,
- Protein: 25 g.
How to Use:
Ready to cook
- Toor dal or arhar dal is a rich source of protein, carbohydrates and fiber.
- This humble pulse facilitates meeting your daily demands of iron and calcium.
- Besides these, toor dal is an incredible source of folic acids which is essential for fetal growth and prevents the birth defects of the new-born.