The cultivation of the Toor Dhall (Pigeon Pea) goes back at least 3,500 years. The centre of origin is the eastern part of peninsular India. Pigeon peas contain high levels of protein and the important amino acids methionine, lysine, and tryptophan. In contrast to the mature seeds, the immature seeds are generally lower in all nutritional values, however they contain a significant amount of vitamin C (39 mg per 100 g serving) and have a slightly higher fat content. Research has shown that the protein content of the immature seeds is of a higher quality.
Our Company posses rich expertise in offering our Toor Dhall which are highly appreciated by our clients became for their special and unique quality, hygiene, taste, freshness and reasonable prices. Toor Dhall are husked and spilt in half. Pale yellow in color. It is slightly sweet, having earthly subtle nuttle flavor and soft texture. Toor Dhall that we offer are clean and comprise essential nutrients and vitamins. It is good source of protein, dietary fiber, amino acids, iron, calcium, carbohydrates and potassium. It’s calorific value is 237 Kcal / 100 gram dry weight.