Firepot Dal and Rice with Spinach 135g



Five kinds of lentils, simmered with onion, garlic, cumin and chilli. Combined with basmati rice, spinach and garam masala, finished with chopped coriander and a squeeze of lemon juice.

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  • Description

    The search for the perfect lentil
    The guys at Firepot love the simplicity of dal. Healthy ingredients that pack a warming punch. The secret to a good dal is in the lentils — holding enough shape to provide a crunch, with a softness that fills your mouth with flavour.They tested every type of lentil we could find, cooking dal after dal, looking for one that worked. But they soon realised no single type could provide everything they wanted — so we chose five. Together the 5 give the right blends of texture and flavour, with the ability to soak up all that spice. Combined with aromatic basmati rice and crisp, green spinach, their dal is guaranteed to leave you feeling full and satisfied, with a heat that’s comforting but not too hot. Perfect for those cold nights on the mountains.

    Weight: 135g (regular) / 200g (extra-large)

    Calories: 500kcal (regular) / 750kcal  (extra-large)

    Water usage: 400ml (regular) / 600ml (extra-large)

    Ingredients: Basmati rice, onion, tomatoes, spinach, urid dal, chana dal, mung dal, toor dal, red lentils, lemon juice, coriander, garlic, rapeseed oil, salt, garam masala, cumin seeds, turmeric, dry red chillies, chilli powder

  • Specifications
    Per 100gRegular (135g)Extra large (200g)
    Energy (kcal) 380 500 750
    Fat 4.1g 5.5g 8.2g
      of which saturates 0.4g 0.5g 0.8g
    Carbohydrate 71.3g 96.2g 142.6g
      of which sugars 5.3g 7.1g 10.6g
    Fibre 10.5g 14.2g 21g
    Protein 14.5g 19.6g 29g
    Salt 0.9g 1.2g 1.8g
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