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Organic Green Moong Dal Split

Organic | Unpolished | Chemical-Free
128.00 (₹0.256/g)
M.R.P.: ₹ 135.00
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Moong Split Dal is commonly called Chilkewali moong ki Daal in India. They are made by splitting the moong beans into halves and keeping the green skin intact. It has been cultivated in India since ancient times and can be found in Southeast and Eastern Asia.

According to Ayurveda, Organic Moong Split Dal is Tridoshic and helps balance any bodily disturbances regarding the Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. This is one of the reasons why Moong Split Dal is widely used in India in all sorts of recipes- Khichdi, Sambar, or Dal. It provides a filling, wholesome, and nutritional diet for the body.

Moong Split Dal is rounded and olive green on one side and flat and pale yellow on the other. It has a very earthy and nutty smell to it when uncooked.

Climate: Green Moong Dal requires warm weather to grow and can sustain even drought-like conditions. 

Soil: A sandy loam or black cotton soil is perfect for cultivating Green Moong Dal. It can be grown on any other type of soil as well. However, it should be ensured that the soil does not hold too much water and has efficient drainage. 

Sowing: Moong Split Dal can be cultivated year-round but it is traditionally a Kharif Season Crop. The seeds should be sown from February to mid-March for a high yield. 

Harvesting: Organic Green Moong Split Dal matures when its pods start turning black. After maturing, the threshing is completed to separate the seeds and clean them.

Splitting: After threshing, we are left with whole green gram dal. To make Green Moong Split Dal, the whole grain is split into two halves. 

For storing dry Green Moong split dal, you should take it out of its packaging and pour it into an airtight container. It should be placed in a cool place away from direct sunlight.

However, cooked Green Moong Split Dal should be put in an airtight container and placed in the fridge.

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Split Green Moong Dal or Chilkewali Moong ki Daal is a pulse popular in South Asian cuisine. It is olive green on one side and pale yellow on the other and has a nutty and earthen smell.

Organic Split Green Moong Dal is a protein-packed food that boasts many benefits. Easing digestion, reducing PMS symptoms, and controlling diabetes are a few of them.

You should buy Green Moong Chilka dal not only for its incredible health benefits but also for the lip-smacking and filling taste.

Split Green Moong dal comes from splitting whole green moong dal into halves. There is no huge difference between the two except for the cooking time.

You can use Moong Dal Chilka to make many recipes but the most common is Moong ki Dal. You need to soak the dal for 30-35 mins before you start cooking it. Then you should put it in the pressure cooker for 10-15 mins, add all the masalas you want. You can garnish it with coriander and serve it with hot rice or roti!

Moong Dal with Chilka is the perfect thing to cook on those hectic days. The cooking process takes no more than 10-15 minutes especially if you have soaked the dal 30-35 mins before.

Yes, you can eat raw split green moong dal by soaking it for 1-2 hours and making a salad out of it.

You can make many recipes from Moong Dal with Chilka. You can eat it raw in the form of a salad, cook it with rice to make Khichdi, or mix it with rice flour to even make Dosa!

The best way to store Chilkewali Moong ki Daal is to put it in an airtight container and place it in a cool place away from sunlight.

Moong Dal Chilka can easily last for over a year if it is stored properly.

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At True Story, we believe that food is the healthiest and the tastiest in its purest form; and it remains in its purest form only when it is grown using organic farming methods. Organic means no chemical fertilizers, no synthetic pesticides, and no GMOs. Food that is grown using organic and natural farming techniques is considered very healthy for one's body since it is free of harmful chemicals. Organic cultivation methods are considered very healthy for the soil as well since they increase the regenerative capacity of the soil.

At True Story - a brand by Gulab Oils, we never compromise on the quality of food that we provide to our customers. We source all the food grains from only 100% certified organic farms from across the country. All our products are certified organic as per NPOP standards.

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