The Urad Dhal Black is a small legume related to cowpea and mung bean. Black Gram originated in ancient India, where it is still a staple component of the diet and is interchangeably called “urad dal”. The legume can be split and peeled, which exposes its creamy white interior.
What is black urad dal used for?
Urad dal is used on a daily basis in South Indian houses to make batters for vada, idlis, and dosas and is also an important ingredient in tempering most south Indian dishes. Boiled dal tastes delicious when prepared with fried tomato, garlic, and onion.
Here are the 5 health benefits of including Urad dal in your diet :
Improves Digestion. Black gram or Urad dal is a rich source of nutrition such as five both soluble and insoluble
Good for pregnant women.
Good For Skin And Hair.