Chana Dal  - Cicer Arietinumb

Chana Dal  ( Cicer Arietinumb )

Description
Chana dal is produced by removing the outer layer of kala chana (black chickpeas) and then splitting the kernel. Although machines can do this, it can also be done at home by soaking the whole chickpeas and removing the loose skins by rubbing.

Uses
Dal preparations can be eaten with rice, as well as Indian breads in North India. In India, it is eaten with rice and with wheat bread called roti. The specific manner in which dal is cooked and presented varies in different parts of the broader region of South Asia. Dal has an exceptional nutritional profile. It provides an excellent source of protein for the Indian subcontinent, particularly for those adopting vegetarian diets or diets which do not contain much meat. Dal is typically around 25% protein by weight, giving it a comparable protein content to meats. Dal is also high in carbohydrates whilst being virtually fat-free. Dal is also rich in the B vitamins thiamine and folic acid, as well as several minerals, notably iron and zinc.


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