Sometimes called 'butter beans' because of its starchy and buttery texture, vall has a delicate flavour that complements a wide variety of dishes. you will find them in various shapes and sizes, Ranging from cream- coloured flat long beans, to broad hard beans and off white oval-shaped dal. This versatile ingredient is used commonly in Maharashtrian, Gujarati and parsi kitchens in traditional recipes like vangi ani Vaal, dalimbi ,walor muthia nu Shaak,Tottori dal etc.
These creamy-textured large peas hold their shape well and are a staple of Indian and middle eastern cuisine. Often used as a base for humor, spicy dips, and salads. Chickpeas can be a healthy addition to a number of dishes. In Indian cuisine, chickpeas are used mostly to create a chickpea curry or other authentic dishes.
Kesar Mango is widely grown in India and has a unique sweet taste to it. Kesar, which literally means Saffron, is characterized by its golden color with green overtones. The fruit is slightly smaller compared to other locally available mango variety.
Indian Kitchen without cumin seed is next to impossible. Using cumin flavor in Indian recipe is a trend, that is followed since ages. Cumin is a fruit of cumin herb. In India, you will hardly find people who don’t love the tinge flavor of cumin seeds in their food. The cumin seed is acclaimed for its aroma and flavor that it adds to every dish. In addition to benefits, there are various side-effects that are associated with over-consumption of seeds.
Malawi Toor Dall or Toor Dall Oily is the skinned and split pigeon peas, more commonly known as arhar dal. The extra coating of oil, which is not removed during processing, helps preserve the dal for a longer duration of time, and is ideal for storage. Sometimes called the “King of Pulses”, toor dall is one of the most commonly consumed dals throughout India, and is known for its thick consistency, rich taste, and low cook time. Mostly it is soaked in water for an hour, and then pressure cooked, with an added tadka. It is also used for making different kinds of legume curries, stews, and many other dishes. It is one of the richest sources of plant based protein, and is also a good source of calcium, vitamins B and C, and magnesium.