|Other Name||Vigna aconitifolia|
|Scientific Name||Vigna aconitifolia|
|Admixture||Max 0 %|
Moth makes a healthy food, by virtue of its low fat & cholesterol, high dietary fiber and high protein contents. All these properties of this bean make it an excellent heart healthy food choice for you with established health benefits. They are reasonably nutritious, a good addition to the vegetarian diet, and many people enjoy the nuttiness of moth beans in foods like risotto, couscous, and soups.
Moth dal commonly called “Matki” in India. They are also known as Moth, dew beans, papillons, muths, mot beans, mat beans, Turkish grams, and mat grams. Moth beans are cultivated throughout Southeast Asia and the Middle East. The small pods are sun dried, de-shelled and split to derive dal. Organic Moth dal is popular for its nutty flavor and strong earthy smell.
Organic Moth Dal Mogar is grown well in compliance with nature.