Angur Besan

25.00120.00

Angur BesanAvailable in: 200g, 500g, 1kg

Also known as Chickpea Flour, Besan is one of the most used ingredients in Indian households since centuries. Used to make snacks, meals, savouries and sweets, Besan is a multi-purpose legume flour. Produced in the fertile land of Gujarat, Angur’s Besan is completely mechanically processed. Zero human intervention in the process ensures each grain is free from contamination. Our state-of-the art machinery helps in providing fool-proof packaging that not only keeps the lentils fresh for a longer time, but also ensures no moisture enters the packets – all this without compromising on the nutritional value of the lentil. With Angur’s Besan, you can help your family experience pure taste without compromising on nutritional value.

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Why Besan?

Chickpeas are versatile legumes with a mild, nutty taste, and chickpea flour or Besan is typically made from a variety called Bengal grams. This flour, which you can easily make at home, has recently grown in popularity across the world as a gluten-free alternative to wheat flour. Here are a few benefits of including this flour in your diet.

Loaded with Important Nutrients

One cup (92 grams) of chickpea flour packs slightly more folate than you need in a day. This vitamin plays an important role in preventing spinal cord defects during pregnancy. Plus, it’s an excellent source of several minerals, including iron, magnesium, phosphorus, copper, and manganese.

Contains Antioxidants

Chickpeas contain beneficial antioxidants called polyphenols. Antioxidants are compounds that fight against unstable molecules called free radicals in your body, which are thought to contribute to the development of various diseases. Plant polyphenols specifically have been shown to decrease free radicals in food and reverse some of the damage they can cause in your body.

Less Calories

Besan is a great alternative to wheat flour if you are trying to reduce your calorie intake. Compared to the same serving of refined wheat flour, 1 cup (92 grams) of Besan has about 25% fewer calories. This means it’s less energy dense. Energy density and portion size have been studied extensively for their role in weight management.

Safe for Diabetics

Besan has about half the carbs of white flour and thus may affect blood sugar differently. The Glycemic Index is a measure of how rapidly a food breaks down into sugars that can spike your blood sugar. Glucose, the sugar your body prefers to use for energy, has a GI of 100, meaning it increases your blood sugar fastest. White flour has a GI of about 70. Besan has a GI of 6, and snacks made from it are believed to have a GI of 28–35. They’re low-GI foods that would have a more gradual effect on blood sugar than white flour.

Packed with Fibre

Besan is packed with fibre, as chickpeas themselves are naturally high in this nutrient. One cup (92 grams) of Besan provides about 10 grams of fibre — triple the amount of fibre in white flour. Fibre offers numerous health benefits, and chickpea fibre, in particular, has been associated with improved blood fat levels.

High in Protein

Besan is higher in protein than other flours, including white and whole-wheat flour. A 1-cup (92-gram) serving of chickpea flour provides 20 grams of protein, compared to 13 grams in white flour and 16 grams in whole-wheat flour. Your body needs protein to build muscle and recover from injury and illness. It also plays an important role in weight management. High-protein foods keep you fuller longer, and your body has to burn more calories to digest these foods.

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DescriptionAngur BesanAvailable in: 200g, 500g, 1kg

Also known as Chickpea Flour, Besan is one of the most used ingredients in Indian households since centuries. Used to make snacks, meals, savouries and sweets, Besan is a multi-purpose legume flour. Produced in the fertile land of Gujarat, Angur’s Besan is completely mechanically processed. Zero human intervention in the process ensures each grain is free from contamination. Our state-of-the art machinery helps in providing fool-proof packaging that not only keeps the lentils fresh for a longer time, but also ensures no moisture enters the packets - all this without compromising on the nutritional value of the lentil. With Angur’s Besan, you can help your family experience pure taste without compromising on nutritional value.

Angur Toor Dal PlainAvailable in: 500g

Angur presents superior quality Toor Dal Plain, also called Split Yellow Peas and Pigeon Peas, that is rich in protein, potassium, phosphorus, and many other minerals. Produced in the fertile land of Gujarat, Angur’s Toor Dal is completely mechanically processed. Zero human intervention in the process ensures each grain is free from contamination. Our state-of-the art packaging machinery helps in providing fool-proof packaging that not only keeps the legumes fresh for a longer time, but also ensures that no moisture enters the packets - all this without compromising on the nutritional value of the lentil. Gift your family the taste of purity with Angur’s Toor Dal.

Angur Toor DalAvailable in: 500gm, 1kg, 5kg, and 25kg packs.

Angur presents superior quality Toor Dal, also called Split Yellow Peas and Pigeon Peas, that is rich in protein, potassium, phosphorus, and many other minerals. Produced in the fertile land of Gujarat, Angur’s Toor Dal is completely mechanically processed. Zero human intervention in the process ensures each grain is free from contamination. Our state-of-the art packaging machinery helps in providing fool-proof packaging that not only keeps the legumes fresh for a longer time, but also ensures that no moisture enters the packets - all this without compromising on the nutritional value of the lentil. Gift your family the taste of purity with Angur’s Toor Dal

Chori White Available in: 500g

Angur presents White Chori that brings variety to your family’s meals and also provides essential micronutrients such as folate, copper, and thiamine. Cultivated in Gujarat, Angur’s White Chori is completely mechanically processed which ensures each grain is contamination free. Our state-of-the-art packaging machinery helps in providing fool-proof packaging that not only keeps the legumes fresh for a longer time, but also ensures that no moisture enters the packets – all this without compromising on the nutritional value of the food.

Angur Moong Whole Available in: 500g

Angur Moong Dal Whole is a green gram that does not undergo any type of processing, thereby retaining all the nutritional value and protein content. It is rich in protein and low on carbs, making it a healthier option for everyday consumption. With our hygienic packaging, you’ll never go wrong in preparing fit and fab dishes with Angur Moong Dal.

Green Peas Available in: 500g

Green peas or garden peas has been a part of the human diet for centuries and are consumed all over the world, mostly because it comes with an impressive nutrition profile. Peas contain just about every vitamin and mineral you need, in addition to a significant amount of fiber. Angur brings to you the delicious green peas cultivated in the fertile soil of Gujarat which comes with the goodness of health and taste.

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Why Besan?

Chickpeas are versatile legumes with a mild, nutty taste, and chickpea flour or Besan is typically made from a variety called Bengal grams. This flour, which you can easily make at home, has recently grown in popularity across the world as a gluten-free alternative to wheat flour. Here are a few benefits of including this flour in your diet.

Loaded with Important Nutrients

One cup (92 grams) of chickpea flour packs slightly more folate than you need in a day. This vitamin plays an important role in preventing spinal cord defects during pregnancy. Plus, it’s an excellent source of several minerals, including iron, magnesium, phosphorus, copper, and manganese.

Contains Antioxidants

Chickpeas contain beneficial antioxidants called polyphenols. Antioxidants are compounds that fight against unstable molecules called free radicals in your body, which are thought to contribute to the development of various diseases. Plant polyphenols specifically have been shown to decrease free radicals in food and reverse some of the damage they can cause in your body.

Less Calories

Besan is a great alternative to wheat flour if you are trying to reduce your calorie intake. Compared to the same serving of refined wheat flour, 1 cup (92 grams) of Besan has about 25% fewer calories. This means it’s less energy dense. Energy density and portion size have been studied extensively for their role in weight management.

Safe for Diabetics

Besan has about half the carbs of white flour and thus may affect blood sugar differently. The Glycemic Index is a measure of how rapidly a food breaks down into sugars that can spike your blood sugar. Glucose, the sugar your body prefers to use for energy, has a GI of 100, meaning it increases your blood sugar fastest. White flour has a GI of about 70. Besan has a GI of 6, and snacks made from it are believed to have a GI of 28–35. They’re low-GI foods that would have a more gradual effect on blood sugar than white flour.

Packed with Fibre

Besan is packed with fibre, as chickpeas themselves are naturally high in this nutrient. One cup (92 grams) of Besan provides about 10 grams of fibre — triple the amount of fibre in white flour. Fibre offers numerous health benefits, and chickpea fibre, in particular, has been associated with improved blood fat levels.

High in Protein

Besan is higher in protein than other flours, including white and whole-wheat flour. A 1-cup (92-gram) serving of chickpea flour provides 20 grams of protein, compared to 13 grams in white flour and 16 grams in whole-wheat flour. Your body needs protein to build muscle and recover from injury and illness. It also plays an important role in weight management. High-protein foods keep you fuller longer, and your body has to burn more calories to digest these foods.

Why Toor Dal?

Toor dal, also known as Arhar dal in India, is a part of the legume family and is a staple in most of the Indian households. Preparation made from this dal can be eaten with roti or rice. According to nutritionists and health experts, there are multiple health benefits of added toor dal in your regular meal plan.

Nutritional Benefits

Toor dal is a rich source of protein which makes it one of the best go to foods for vegans and vegetarians. The richness of iron and folate in toor dal helps in pumping iron levels in the body by providing 6-12% of daily iron requirement. The legume is also loaded with folic acid that promotes foetal growth, brain development, and averts neural tubal defects in new-borns.

Regulates Blood Pressure

Toor dal is a rich source of potassium. Potassium acts as a vasodilator reducing blood constriction and stabilizing blood pressure. Making toor dal a regular in diet is beneficial for those suffering from hypertension as they are prone to increased risk of heart disease.

Maintains Weight

A high protein diet is known to help in weight loss. Toor dal is a rich source of dietary fibre, protein and being low in glycaemic index helps attain weight loss goals by reducing appetite, boosting metabolism and restricting the intake of overall calories.

Healthy Bones

Toor dal is an excellent source of phosphorus that helps in building strong bones and teeth. Phosphorus also helps in reducing kidney waste and growing, maintaining, and repairing body tissues.

Why Toor Dal?

Toor dal, also known as Arhar dal in India, is a part of the legume family and is a staple in most of the Indian households. Preparation made from this dal can be eaten with roti or rice. According to nutritionists and health experts, there are multiple health benefits of added toor dal in your regular meal plan.

Nutritional Benefits

Toor dal is a rich source of protein which makes it one of the best go to foods for vegans and vegetarians. The richness of iron and folate in toor dal helps in pumping iron levels in the body by providing 6-12% of daily iron requirement. The legume is also loaded with folic acid that promotes foetal growth, brain development, and averts neural tubal defects in new-borns.

Regulates Blood Pressure

Toor dal is a rich source of potassium. Potassium acts as a vasodilator reducing blood constriction and stabilizing blood pressure. Making toor dal a regular in diet is beneficial for those suffering from hypertension as they are prone to increased risk of heart disease.

Maintains Weight

A high protein diet is known to help in weight loss. Toor dal is a rich source of dietary fibre, protein and being low in glycaemic index helps attain weight loss goals by reducing appetite, boosting metabolism and restricting the intake of overall calories.

Healthy Bones

Toor dal is an excellent source of phosphorus that helps in building strong bones and teeth. Phosphorus also helps in reducing kidney waste and growing, maintaining, and repairing body tissues.
Angur presents White Chori that brings variety to your family’s meals and also provides essential micronutrients such as folate, copper, and thiamine. Cultivated in Gujarat, Angur’s White Chori is completely mechanically processed which ensures each grain is contamination free. Our state-of-the-art packaging machinery helps in providing fool-proof packaging that not only keeps the legumes fresh for a longer time, but also ensures that no moisture enters the packets – all this without compromising on the nutritional value of the food.
Angur Moong Dal Whole is a green gram that does not undergo any type of processing, thereby retaining all the nutritional value and protein content. It is rich in protein and low on carbs, making it a healthier option for everyday consumption. With our hygienic packaging, you’ll never go wrong in preparing fit and fab dishes with Angur Moong Dal.
Green peas or garden peas has been a part of the human diet for centuries and are consumed all over the world, mostly because it comes with an impressive nutrition profile. Peas contain just about every vitamin and mineral you need, in addition to a significant amount of fiber. Angur brings to you the delicious green peas cultivated in the fertile soil of Gujarat which comes with the goodness of health and taste.
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200g, 500g, 1kg

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500g, 1kg, 5kg

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500g, 1kg, 5kg, 25kg

Net Weight

200g, 500g, 1kg

Net Weight

500g, 1kg, 5kg, 25kg

Net Weight

200g, 500g, 1kg