North Indian style dal made with fresh fenugreek leaves, pigeon pea lentils
A bowl of dal is the epitome of an Indian meal—comforting, delicious, quick, and healthful. In addition to being quick and simple to prepare, it is also renowned for addressing a variety of health-related issues. A bowl of nutritious dal is a one-pot dish that may calm our souls at any moment, soothing us from upset stomach to seasonal infections and much more. We can even make our bowl of dal obese-friendly if we chose our ingredients carefully!
Obesity, one of the most prevalent chronic disorders today, is an adverse condition that can only be controlled by leading a healthy lifestyle. In addition to outright banning junk food, it calls for several simple changes to our everyday diets that, while they may seem challenging at first, are actually rather simple to make healthier. Adding green vegetables like methi is one example. Winter-special methi is one choice that is not only nutritious but also delightful. Methi has an unique amino acid (named 4HO-Ile) that aids in insulin secretion and sensitivity. Methi is also high in fibre and low in calories. Adding this straightforward component to our bowl of dal could work wonders due to its numerous health advantages. For people with Obesity, a nutritious meal high in protein and fibre is the way to go, and this recipe for Methi Dal is the ideal dish to serve at your next meal.
For Pressure Cooking Lentils
For Tempering Methi Dal
Instructions to make Methi Dal:
Serve the dal methi hot off the stove with roti, paratha, cumin rice, or steaming rice.