Best Before Date: 31 October 2025
- Also called Green gram, Moong dal, Moong Sabut or Mung bean.
- Mung dal whole (with skin) is dried mung with husk.
- It is the most popular dal used in Indian cuisine.
- Mung dal is very nutritious and energy giving food - a true Superfood.
- Good source of plant-based protein and dietary fibre.
- Rich in essential minerals and vitamins including Potassium, Magnesium, Manganese, Zinc and B Vitamins including Folic Acid and Vitamin K.
- Can be sprouted, cooked or ground into a flour.
- Sprouted Mung Dal is a great source of Vitamin C and can be used as a healthy snack.
- Vegetarian and Vegan.
- Used in the preparation of Parathas, Samosas, Khichdi or Moong Dal Ka Halwa.
- Used in other world cuisines like the Chinese and Taiwanese cuisine in preparation of sweets called mooncakes.
- Like most lentils it requires soaking before it is cooked.
Nutrient: Salt(1g), Fat(2.5g), Carbohydrates(36.3g), Fibre(10g), Of Which Sugar(4.5g)
Ingredients: mung beans
Storage: Store in a clean and dry place
Weight: 500gOrigin: India
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