The most commonly used dal in India, masoor dal is an everyday meal constituent. It is unpolished and obtained from 100% organic grains. It gets cooked very quickly and does not require prior soaking.
“A widely consumed food in India, Masoor Dal Mogar is also referred to as a red or even a pink lentil. It is skinless, cooks fast and has a delicious earthy flavour. Its high protein and low-fat content makes it an alternative to meat and is therefore highly preferred by vegetarians. It is cultivated in India throughout the year. In North India, it is eaten with rice and roti. In South India, it is used to make sambar.