Mung Dal Yellow is the split mung bean, and is a popular dal to cook as it is quick to soften It is often used to make kitcheri, a rice and lentil dish, of which there are many different recipes depending on the region and particular chef.
Natco Green lentils are quick to cook and don't require soaking in advance. They have a delicious earthy flavour, and can be used as an alternative to puy lentils. Use in soups, casseroles, dals, curries and hearty salads. They can also be sprouted to make a healthy raw snack.
Natco Urid (or Urad) beans split and dehusked to produce a small pale yellow split pea (dal). This dal has many uses and is popular in North and South Indian cuisine. Great for creamy dals and soups and also used to prepare dumplings. If fried in oil, this dal will turn red and acquire a nutty flavour.
Product life:-unopened: 18 months and opened: 3 months,
Store in cool and dry condition, in an air tight container
Made out of urid flour, rice flour, calcium carbonate, and vegetable oil
Natco Golden Raisins or also called Sultans, they are golden coloured dried grapes that are made from various varieties of seedless grapes. The skin of these fruits start off as pale yellow in colour, and darken slowly as they dry. Rich in vitamins like C, E, K. Added to rice puddings, ice creams, cakes, and also as pancake toppings.