Sprouted Tur Dal


Sprouted Tur Dal is a high-protein staple in the Indian diet that combines well with rotis or rice. It’s great for sambar and dal tadka.


  • High in protein
  • High concentration of B-complex vitamins, which are essential for normal metabolic function.
  • It is an excellent source of plant-based iron and folic acid, and it naturally raises iron levels.


Sprouted Tur Dal:

Sprouted Tur Dals are an essential component of all Indian meals and are considered to be the foundation of Indian cooking. Dals taste great, are full of essential nutrients, and have a rich flavor. It is one of the best foods for protein

Our tur dal is sprouted to enhance all the nutrients. This pulse dal has anti-inflammatory properties, which help in wound healing. People use the flowers and leaves to prepare tea, which helps soothe inflammation and blood disorders.

Other names: Tuvar Dal, Arhar Dal, Split Pigeon Pea, Tovar Dal, Tur Dal, Thuvaram Paruppu, and Kandhi Pappu.

Benefits of Toor Dal:
  • Sprouted dal has superior digestibility, a reduced concentration of anti-nutritional components, and a higher vitamin and mineral content.
  • It is low in fat, high in carbs, dietary fiber, and protein.
  • Maintaining blood sugar levels and managing weight
Toor dal nutrition value:

Toor dal is highly nutritious and is a good source of protein, dietary fiber, vitamins, and minerals. It is a valuable source of plant-based protein for vegetarians and vegans.

Calories in toor dal: 343 calories in 100gm pigeonpea

Dishes include sambar, dal tadka, dal fry, rasam, and others.

Watch the recipe of toor dal video

Tur dal sambar

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500gm, 1kg

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