Buili Dal is one of several species in the widely cultivated genus Vigna. Cowpea is one of the most important food legume crops in the semi-arid tropics covering Asia, Africa, southern Europe, and Central and South America. Cowpeas are grown mainly for their edible beans, although the leaves, green peas, and green pea pods can also be eaten, meaning that cowpea can be used as a food source before harvesting dried peas. Buli Dal prepares different dishes, a cake-like dish called kozhukattai; Thatta payir in sambar and pulikkuzhambu is a popular dish in Tamil Nadu. Cowpeas provide a rich source of protein and calories, as well as minerals and vitamins. A cowpea seed may consist of 25% protein and is low in anti-nutritional factors. This diet mainly supplements the cereal diet in countries that cultivate cowpea as an important food crop.
250gm, 500gm, 1 k.g