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Great Dal Makhani
“Undoubtedly the richest Dal Makhani around. You will be amazed at how easily a can will serve 4 hungry tummies easily. Among the Jyoti can products, I find myself buying this one more often.” -Bionic Hedgehog
Lentils and beans in a low fat, high protein dish that serves as an entrée, side dish, soup or as a wrap filling. Add ½ can of water, mix, heat and serve. Use as a wrap filling without adding water.
Water, black lentils and dark red beans, fresh onions, butter, ginger, lemon juice, garlic, salt and spices.
Dal Makhani is normally served with unsalted rice and breads which share it’s salt content.
Various recipes like Bean soup and Bean Khichari using Dal Makhani are on the package, back of the label, and here.
Cans, 15 oz net weight (425 g), requires water to be added(milk)