Split Red Lentils (Masoor Dal)
What is it?
Dried red lentils are edible seeds from the legume family and are the most widely eaten type of lentils that have a mild, earthy flavor. Because they hold their shape well, they’re normally used in stews and a meat substitute in cooking.
What makes it unique?
- High in protein, making it a perfect meat substitute
- Packed with B vitamins, magnesium, zinc, and potassium
- Contain plant compounds called phytochemicals
Find out more information about Humble Market’s Dried Brown Lentils below.
- Additional information
- Personal Wellness Benefits
- Environment Wellness Benefits
- Descriptive Ingredients
- Serving Suggestions
- Storage Instructions
- Shelf Life
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Personal Wellness Benefits
- Packed with nutrients
Lentils are an excellent source of B vitamins, iron, magnesium, potassium, and zinc. They’re also a great source of plant-based protein and fiber.
- Rich in polyphenols and phytochemicals
Lentils are a great source of health-promoting polyphenols, which have strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties with potential cancer-cell inhibiting effects.
- Supports nutrient absorption
Lentils contain antinutrients such as trypsin inhibitors and phytic acid, which reduce the absorption of some nutrients. Soaking and cooking lentils will minimize these, but regardless, you will still absorb the majority of your nutrients.
Environment Wellness Benefits
- Plastic-free packaging
Just like most, if not all, of our products, this is also refillable in-store!
- Plastic-free shipping
We carefully look for delivery options that adhere to our zero-waste advocacy.
100% dried brown lentils
Dried brown lentils can be soaked, boiled, fried, and even baked. Their soft texture and mild flavor allow lentils to pair with all kinds of flavors and ingredients.
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Store in a cool, dry place.
1. How many servings can a cup of uncooked dried lentils make?
A cup of uncooked dried lentils doubles in size, so 1 cup serves two upon cooking.
2. Do you have instructions for steaming the brown lentils and for making them in an electric rice cooker?
Lentils.org says this: “Drain the water, rinse the lentils, and drain again. Using an electric steamer with a rice bowl (e.g. Oster brand), fill the water reservoir to the “max” or “full” line. Add lentils plus 2 cups water to the rice bowl. Assemble your steamer for cooking rice per the directions on the steamer.
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