Dal/Bele is dried split pulse which is used in Indian food. It can be cooked without soaking
Pulses are important staple food in Asian countries. India is largest producer of pulses. It contains protein, carbohydrates, fat.
Dal and its preparation are consumed along with rice, chapati. Usually sambar/saaru prepared using dal is common in South India. Dals are eaten as a snack by frying and salting. Some are soaked, grounded and fried in many combinations.(more…)