Moong dal is sweet-tasting, yellow-coloured, split green moong beans, husked. These are high in fibre and protein. They have vitamins A, B, C and E and are an enormous source of minerals such as potassium, iron and calcium. They contain a low glycemic index and almost no fat content.
Kabuli channa or garbanzo beans are pale brown colored, sensitive, bland and starchy tasting, spongy and creamy textured legumes. It is a wealthy source of minerals such as magnesium, phosphorous, calcium, iron, potassium and importantly, molybdenum. They are utilized to make delicacies like falafels, Curried Chole and hummus.
Channa Dal is sugary and nutty taste, this dal is amongst the most well-liked dal in India. It is a ready basis of proteins for a balanced diet including little or no meat. It includes a mild sweet flavor when cooked and is extremely nutritious. It is a good source of dietary fibre and includes an insignificant amount of polyunsaturated fat.