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GRASS PEA DAL / KHESARI DAL / खेसरी

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Great for cardiovascular disease and cancer treatments, improves memory & helps prevent malnutrition

Suitable for dal, pakoras & barfi

GRASS PEA DAL / KHESARI DAL / खेसरी
GRASS PEA DAL / KHESARI DAL / खेसरी

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Description

Grass pea is one of the oldest cultivated crops with a long history of domestication. It was identified in the oldest excavations in India. According to the legend, grass pea was brought to Ethiopia (Abyssinia) by the queen of Sheba after visiting King Salomon in the tenth century BC.

In years of severe flooding or drought, grass pea is the only crop that survives in the field. It provides benefits in cardiovascular disease and cancer treatments. According to researchers, Khesari helps to improve memory and can be used to fight Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s syndromes.

 

Health Benefits

Helps Maintain Cardiovascular Health
Improves Memory
Anti-Cancer Properties
Helps Prevent Malnutrition

Cooking Instructions

Dal

1. Soak Unpolished Dal for 20 mins.
2. Pressure cook it for abour 4-5 whistles and let it cook for 5-10 mins on slow flame after that.
3. Once cool, cook for tadka dal or according to recipe.

Recommended Usage

DAL
PAKORAS
BARFI

Commonly Known As

English: GRASS PEA / KHESARI
Hindi: खेसरी
Marathi: खेसरी
Gujarati: ખેસરી
Tamil: கேசரி
Telugu: ఖేసరి
Malayalam: ഖേസരി
Kannada: ಖೇಸರಿ
Punjabi: ਖੇਸਰੀ
Bengali: খেসারি

History

Grass pea (Lathyrus sativus L.) is one of the oldest cultivated crops with a long history of domestication. In archaeological excavations in Turkey and Iraq, seeds of Lathyrus species
had been found as collected or cultivated items.

Similar seeds from 2500 BC were identified in the oldest excavations in India and already in the Balkan in 8000 BC. According to the legend, grass pea was brought to Ethiopia (Abyssinia) by the queen of Sheba after visiting King Salomon in the tenth century BC.