Masoor is known to be probably the most commonly used Dal in India. Sabut means whole and the brownish skin is left on in this type of Masoor Dal. Masoor Dal contain high levels of protein, amino acids lysine, fiber, foliate, vitamin B1 and minerals. Masoor dal helps to lower the cholesterol and helps in managing blood sugar levels. It contains high fiber content prevents blood sugar levels. Masoor dal is a good source of potassium and iron. Masoor dal can be cooked in the combination of various other vegetables such as beans, cauliflower, green peas, etc.
|Nutrition Facts per 100 Gram(s)|
|Calories:- 323 kcal||Calories from Fat: 9.0 kcal|
|Total Fat||1.00 Gram(s)|
|Total Carbohydrates||54.50 Gram(s)|
|Dietary Fiber||3.80 Gram(s)|