Red Lentils also known as, Lentille, Lens, Adas, Masoor, Crimson, etc. Red Lentils have an earthy flavour and when cooked are soft in texture. They are a seep orange-red colour. They have traditionally been used as a meat substitute and consumed for over 8,000 years. Originating in South-western Asia along the Indus River. They are known as a staple food for many South Asian cultures. The actual lentil is a tiny lens-shaped pulses which are the dried seed of any legumes, such as beans and peas. Lentils are the seed of a small shrub and are dried after harvesting.
Product of Australia
Nutritional Information (per 100g serve):
-Energy- 1550 kj