horse gram

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: gram - twining herb of Old World tropics cultivated in India for food and fodderhorse gram - twining herb of Old World tropics cultivated in India for food and fodder; sometimes placed in genus Dolichos
legume, leguminous plant - an erect or climbing bean or pea plant of the family Leguminosae
genus Macrotyloma, Macrotyloma - annual or perennial vines of Africa and India and Australia; plants often placed in genus Dolichos
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In the later years, chana (horse gram) daal became so popular in the royal households that serving any other daal to the Emperor could cost the cooks dearly.
Cook the horse gram in a pressure cooker for 5-6 minutes with 2-3 spring onion bulbs, tomatoes, salt, turmeric, peppercorn and 3 cups of water.
The major arid legumes are Clusterbean (Cya mopsis tetragonoloba), Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata), Moth bean (Vigna aconitifolia) and Horse gram (Macrotyloma uniflorum) which are predominantly grown in arid and semiarid tracks of Indian subcontinents.
The soil samples were collected from rhizosphere soil samples of black gram, Green gram and horse gram at RRS, Paiyur for isolation of B.
Amaranth has 11.0 milligrams per 100 grams of food, buckwheat has 15.5, neem has 25.3, bajra has 8.0, rice bran 35.0, rice flakes 20.0, bengal gram roasted 9.5, bengal gram leaves 23.8 , cowpea 8.6, horse gram 6.77; amaranth greens have up to 38.5, karonda 39.1, lotus stem 60.6, coconut meal 69.4, niger seeds 56.7, cloves 11.7, cumin seeds 11.7, mace 12.3, mango powder (amchur) 45.2, pippali 62.1, poppy seeds 15.9, tamarind pulp 17.0, turmeric 67.8, raisins 7.7 ...
Effect of processing on the functional properties of some local varieties of horse gram (Dolichos biflorus L.) in Madhya Pradesh.
The litti is a small dough ball filled with a paste made from chick peas, green peas, grass peas and horse gram together called the sattu ka atta.
In the terraced fields of the high Himalays, women peasants grow jhangora (barnyard millet), marsha (amaranth), tur (pigeon pea), urad (black gram), ghat (horse gram), soy bean, bhat (glysine soya), rayans (rice bean), swanta (cow pea), and kodo (finger millet) in mixtures and rotations.
"We are blessed with a fertile black soil, which is ideal for growing cash crops such as toor dal, horse gram and ragi, but elephants from the nearby forests repeatedly destroyed our crops in the past.
She highlights traditional Sri Lankan ingredients such as kathuru murunga, the leaves of the hummingbird tree as a source of vitamins and minerals, pulses such as horse gram for proteins and calcium, tamarind and spices such as turmeric for their antioxidant properties and fermented milk or yoghurt, which is rich in healthy gut bacteria.