Packed with protein, dietary fibre and flavour. This dhal is naturally gluten free. Serve on its own with rice or as an accompaniment to a curry, meat or fish.
Helps protect cells from damage and supports energy creation (manganese and phosphorus)
Contributes to mental and emotional well-being and heart and blood health (vitamin B1, B9 and B6)
Helps to control blood sugar (fibre and protein)
Protects cells from damaging free radicals and supports the immune and nervous systems (iron and copper)
What goes in.
Puy lentils, garlic, shallots, salt and a blend of Indian spices.
What's kept out.
Pesticides, insecticides, and fungicides.
Did you know?
Did you know that commercial wheat crops are often sprayed with glyphosate — the main ingredient in RoundUp — right before harvest? This herbicide can make its way into food products, increasing our risk of health concerns like negatively affecting our good gut bacteria. The moral of the story? Always opt for organically farmed flours.
Lovingly handcrafted in our Melbourne kitchen.
Heat 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil over medium heat, add 1 cup of lentils, and fry for 1 min. Add 3 cups of boiling water and 2 tablespoons of diced tomatoes and cook for 50 mins or until done and gravy thickened, add extra water if needed.
Serve on its own with rice or as an accompaniment to a curry, meat or fish. For a bit of extra flavour add sweet potato and cauliflower along with the water and fresh spinach and coconut cream for the last 5 minutes.