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What is in Dal? Ingredients, Calories and Nutrition Information for Dal

Dal are pulses rich in protein, carbohydrates and fiber. Several dishes are made from a large variety of Dals and served in Indian and Pakistani dishes. There are different kinds of Dals including chana dal, Moong Dal, Masoor Dal. Whole chana dal yields 360 calories, 3.9 gram fiber, 61 gram carbohydrates, 17 gram proteins, 5.3 gram fat, 203 mg calcium and 3 gram minerals. Whole moong dal contains 334 calories, 4.3 gram fiber, 56.7 gram carbohydrates, 24 gram protein, 1.3 gram protein, 3.5 gram mineral and 124 mg calcium.

by Margaret Walker on Thu, 02/10/2011 - 02:45


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