Exaatic Dal Makhni With Rice

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Healthy individuals have Dal Makhani? Yes. NOTE that butter and cream are healthy fats so don't worry about it. Also pair the dal makhani with some healthy whole wheat coriander and sesame seeds naan. Creamy & buttery Dal Makhani is one of India's most special and popular dal. Black lentils are cooked with lot of butter and cream making it a special dish. Best enjoyed with naan!
Split chickpeas (Chana Dal), split pigeon peas(Toor Dal) and Split peas can be used interchangeably. Toor dal will cook faster than the others. Red Lentils (Masoor Dal) can be used instead of Petite yellow lentils (Mung Dal). Mung Dal will take a few minutes longer to cook through.
Moong Dal For Weight Loss. Moong dal, also known as split yellow bean, is India's one of the favourite dals, which has manifested in many dishes across the regions.

Masoor Dal For Weight Loss. Masoor dal is known to be the supreme ingredient for most weight loss diets.

Kulthi Ki Dal (Horse Gram) For Weight Loss.
Here Are A Few Dals You Can Add To Your Daily Diet

  • Masoor DalMasoor dal, also known as red lentils, is packed with nutrients.
  • Moong Dal. As per health experts, moong dal is extremely high on protein.
  • Urad Dal (Split Black Gram)
  • Chana Dal (Bengal Gram)
  • Toor Dal (Split Pigeon Peas)