Kabuli Chana 1kg

Kabuli Chana is a versatile ingredient used to prepare a number of Indian dishes. It has a smooth flavor and is rich in minerals such as potassium, iron and calcium. White chickpeas are one of the most well-known edible legumes of firm texture and are used to prepare dishes like...
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Pulses

TATA SAMPANN

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Kabuli Chana is a versatile ingredient used to prepare a number of Indian dishes. It has a smooth flavor and is rich in minerals such as potassium, iron and calcium. White chickpeas are one of the most well-known edible legumes of firm texture and are used to prepare dishes like chole masala. The range of Tata pulses come with a promise of superior quality and genuine flavours. Tata Sampann pulses are cultivated in Indian farms and are grown in completely natural conditions to bring to you the purest form of health and nutrition.

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    Buy 2 100gm Tata Sampann products and get 15% off on your order

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What our customers are saying
  • The dal is very similar to what we used to get in our village. The flavour is so similar to the ones we get in our village farms.

    Rujuta Deshpande, Mumbai
  • When you polish the dal, it loses its protein. I am glad that I switched to Tata Sampann Dal as it has so many health benefits. There's no compromise on health in any way. I've always wanted to stick to the TATA brand since it generates trust. We feel like we won't be cheated.

    Ms. Bandrawala, Mumbai
  • You know whether the product is good or not from the aroma you get when the cooker goes off. I've noticed that other dals don't have the same aroma as Tata Sampann's dal.

    MIthraja Meenakshi, Mumbai