Also known as Pigeon pea, Toor dal or Red gram, Arhar Dal is used to prepare popular recipes and staples like sambhar and kootu varieties. It is prepared and consumed across the country by almost all the communities and in all the households as a major source of protein in our every day diet.
Organik Earth’s Black Urad dal or Black gram is a small black skinned bean that is pale yellow on the inside and has a slightly glutinous texture. Due to its high nutritional value they are extensively used in a variety of culinary preparations like curries and papad.
Sourced from the finest organic farms across India, Organic Earth’s Chana Whole (Organic Bengal Gram) is one of the essential pulses in India and is widely used to prepare tasty curries and spicy chutneys.
Cowpea is also known as black eye since it has a black color eye shaped spot. It is also known as Lobia, field peas and Chawla. It is a pale colored, soft textured lentil and is an annual herbaceouslegume.
Sourced from the finest organic farms across India, Organic Earth’s Masoor Dal is the most popular and probably the most commonly used lentil across India. It is available in huge varieties, varying in color from the more common greenish brown and red to yellow.
Also known as haricot and dew beans, Matki/Moth are small brown beans with a yellow interior. Known for its strong earthy aroma and rich nutty flavor, it is rich in nutrients and can be cooked in multiple ways.
Mix Dal or Dal Panchmel is a mix of five different lentils and is known for its high nutritional value. It is a popular preparation in Rajasthan and is part of the rich and nutritional Indian Rajasthani cuisine.
Organic Earth’s, Whole Moong is sourced from the finest Organic farms across India and is a tiny, tender oval shaped bean with a bright green skin which is soft and easily digested when cooked. When sprouted, moong beans is an excellent source of vitamin C with their rich and creamy texture making it great for salads.
Also known as Moong dal Mogar, these are tiny lentils which have been split and dehulled. It is one of the most popular lentils and staple food across India, since it is easy to cook with no need for soaking or pressure cooking and at the same time it has a high nutritional value.