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Navrangi Dal | Himalayan | Rich In Fibre | 500 g

Original price was: ₹160.0.Current price is: ₹136.0. 500 g

Product Details

Brand Name Valley Culture
Country Of Origin India
How To Use It can be used in Indian Curries.
In the box Himalayan Navrangi Dal
Ingredients Navrangi dal
Package Preparation Days 2
Return Policy Non-Returnable
Shelf Life 12 Months
Weight 500 g
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Product Description

Our Navrangi Dal comes from from the farms of Chinyalisod, Uttarakhand. It is cultivated organically by the local farmers, from one plant bearing 9 colored grains. Welcome the Nine colors of health and happiness in your life with Valley Culture’s Navrangi Dal.

It is also called titriyal dal, jhilinga or jhalugu. Rich in nutrients, dietary fibre, Proteins and minerals and heavenly taste this dal can be cooked in multiple ways. Grab your pack of our Navrangi Dal, Colorfully Yours.

  • Unpolished
  • Keto-Friendly
  • Soaking time- Overnight
  • High in protein and fibre

Benefits Of navrangi Daal : 

· Valley Culture’s Navrangi Dal is rich in nutrients, minerals and vitamins.

· Our Navrangi Dal Has Anti-Inflammatory properties which helps in leading a healthy lifestyle

· It is helpful for women suffering with menstrual issues as it is rich in minerals like phosphorous, potassium, iron, copper and manganese.

· It is an excellent source of folates and B-vitamins

· The seeds of our Navrangi Dal are rich in fibre.

· It helps you build and boost your Immunity naturally

· It is an excellent source of energy for your body.

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