Roasted Chana is tiny, creamy white, tough, crispy with a rich and nutty taste. It is rich in manganese, protein and folate, dietary fibre, copper, phosphorous and iron.
Net Weight 1kg
About this item
- Chana is picked fresh and roasted till the golden brown peas break out of their crisp shell
- Dry roasted whole black grams make for a healthy snack and are full of nutty flavour.
- Roasted Channa Dal is tiny, creamy white, tough, crispy with a rich and nutty taste. It is rich in manganese, protein and folate, dietary fibre, copper, phosphorous and iron.
- Chana Sattu is also a much better alternative
How to store roasted chana
Always clean and store them in an air-tight container for longer shelf life. Keep them away from humidity and moisture.
- They are naturally fat-free, saturated fat-free, and sodium-free. it helps lower your risk of heart disease and may reduce your risk of colon cancer.
They help to keep blood sugar low as the carbohydrate present in them takes a longer time to digest and hence it has a low GI which makes them a suitable snack for diabetics.
- Use them to add a protein boost to meals without introducing meat or unnecessary fat to the dish.
- It contains 6 grams of dietary fibre or 22 per cent of the recommended daily requirement of 28 grams. Dietary fibre
- encourages regular bowel movements, prevents constipation and lessens the risk of heart disease. They are also a good source of calcium, potassium and magnesium.