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Toor dal is also known as Tur Dal, Tuvar Dal, or Arhar Dal. It’s mild, nutty flavour gives the curry a delicious taste, making it one of the most commonly used lentils in Indian cooking. It can be served with rice or Indian breads like roti, naan etc.
TRS Chana Dal is also known as Bengal Gram, is produced by removing the outer layer of Kala Chana and then splitting the kernel. It is yellow in colour and has sweet, nutty flavour. Chana Dal is eaten with roti, rice and sabji. Bengal Gram can aso be used as a snack after roasting. It is rich in fibre and folic acid.
Made from a grounded mixture of chickpeas, chickpea or gram flour is a chief condiment in Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi cuisines. The flour is powdery yellow and has an earthy flavor adding savour to various dishes. Chickpea flour makes a tasty and crispy coating for deep-fried vegetable pakoras. The variety of chickpea flour depends on the kind of chickpea used to ground. One can use either raw or roasted chickpeas.