Moth Dal is an important source of protein, dietary fiber and cholesterol-lowering fiber. Beneficial for those with managing blood-sugar disorders since their high fiber content prevents blood sugar levels from rising rapidly after a meal.
It’s the delicious aroma, earthly taste and quick cooking nature that let you savour the goodness of protein without any artificial polishing.
Moth beans are the main source of protein and calories. It can always be sprouted and then be cooked as salads to make a crunchy snack that will make you feel light on your stomach
This staple Indian dal is also used to make vegetarian recipes like tadka dal, and khichdi. Tempered with Indian spice and ghee, the dal is a delight to eat with both chapati and rice.
- Calories: 718,
- Carbs: 130 g,
- Fat: 2 g,
- Protein: 49 g.
How to Use:
The beans are soaked overnight to make them sprout. These sprouted beans are used for Salad, Misal or Usal.
- This high-protein pulse is packed with essential micronutrients such as folate and magnesium.
- Matki is an excellent source of B vitamins, iron, potassium and zinc.
- Folate plays a part in maintaining immunity, cardiovascular health, mental health and cellular processes like DNA creation.
- It also helps combat fatigue.