Moth Dal

Rs. 110.00 + 5% GST
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Product Description

Moth Dal or Moth beans, scientifically known as Vigna aconitifolia are commonly cultivated in the dry or arid and semi-arid regions of India. The seeds are smooth and brown, olive, black, and mottled. They might also appear patchy. Also known as Dew beans or Haricot they have a rich earthy aroma and when sauteed give a nutty flavor.

Nutritional value

Popularly known as Matki, moth beans are a rich source of protein, vitamin B, and minerals like phosphorus, magnesium, zinc, copper, iron, and calcium. They are also a rich source of folate and omega 3. As they are low in fat content they can be a part of your regular meals. It is also a fiber-rich food hence serves as a component of your balanced diet.


Health Benefits 

  • Strengthens your bones and prevents the risk of osteoporosis
  • Reduces stress and promotes energy levels

  • Helps to build strong muscles

  • Assists to lose weight

  • Boosts your immune system

  • Improves blood circulation and reduces the risk of heart problems

  • Eases bowel movement


How to Eat Moth dal?

Moth dal can be consumed in a variety of ways.

  • You can cook it as a dal or curry and team it up with steamed rice or rotis. 
  • Sprouted moth dal can be used in salads. 

  • You can also make a ‘chatpata chat’ using sprouted moth by adding finely chopped onions, tomatoes, green chilies, some fresh coriander and a dash of lemon juice. This serves as a healthy evening snack.

  • Moth dal can also be fried to a savoury snack and eaten as Dalmoth namkeen.

  • Moth dal is also a healthy breakfast choice. You can grind moth dal and use the powder to make idlis and dosas.


Why Buy From Earthy Tales

  • Organic and Unpolished
  • No Chemical and Pesticides
  • Authentic Taste

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