|Botanical Name :||Vigna Mungo|
|English Name :||Black Matpe|
|Hindi Name :||Urad Dal|
|Family Name :||Fabaceae|
Vigna mungo, also known as black gram, urad bean, urid bean, mash kalai, uzhunnu parippu, ulundu paruppu, minapa pappu, uddu, or black matpe, is a bean grown in South Asia.
Like its relative, the mung bean, it has been reclassified from the Phaseolus to the Vigna genus
Matpe Beans are the black seeds of the leguminous plant called Vigna mungo and mainly grown in India, and to some extent throughout tropical Asia.
This lentil is available in four varieties whole with skin, whole without skin, split with skin and split without skin.
Cultivated in :- Mayanmar, Indonesia, Thailand
Sq type & faq type , machine clean and fd quality
Black Matpe excellent source of dietary fiber, isoflavones, vitamin B complex, iron, copper, calcium, magnesium, zinc, potassium, phosphorus, Sugars, Dietary fiber, Sodium, Fat, Protein, Vitamin C which offers a myriad of healing health benefits.
Used for making, dhal’s soup, and papadam
High in Vitamin B, protein, iron, calcium, riboflavin, and potassium.
The split black matpe beans are thus, considered one of the most powerful and all-rounder lentils in the legume family.
50 kgs, 25 kgs