best green split pea dal recipe

Green Split Pea Dahl

 Well, this dahl, or dal, however you prefer to spell it, is a real thing nowadays.  We invite you to try our incredible and a little unconventional Green Split Pea Dahl recipe which is certain to tickle your taste buds and satisfy your desire to eat healthy green split peas in a new and fun way.  You are going to fall in love with the ingredients and seasonings in our vegan split pea dahl to be served over your favorite rice!   

This completely vegan split pea dahl recipe is made with our fresh green split peas that are packed with flavor and bring healthy benefits that cannot be denied. So here is some really good news about split peas.  Split peas are high in fiber, protein, dietary fiber, contain various vitamins and minerals, and they are low in fats.  Split peas, as we read, can contribute to better heart health, assist in lowering the risk for diabetes and much more when regularly consumed.   There are many reasons to continue developing delicious and healthy recipes using green split peas.

So it’s time to jump on the “legume train” if you have not already done so, as there is nothing to lose and everything to gain.  This terrific green split pea dahl recipe is quite versatile as it can be a side dish or a main dish depending on what works best for you.


    Comments 7

    Sylvia McAllister on

    When do you add the water chestnuts? At the end?

    Helen on

    Does this actually make 24 servings? How big is a serving?

    Christina on

    Delicious! Addicting! We are not vegetarians,still we loved this dish and will make it a staple in our house! The bok Choy was so refreshing and the split peas also!
    We had never experienced split peas used as in this dish. Texture and taste so different from the iconic split pea soup! Soooo glad that I found this recipe here and followed through making it! (You know what I mean all you kindred recipe collectors!:)!)
    Please try it, you too will love it!!!

    Angela on

    Can this be frozen once prepared?

    Daniel on

    I think they meant to say green chillis in the ingredient list instead of water chesnuts.

    Betsy on

    This recipe is amazing! It’s a hearty and flavorful meal – such a fresh taste. I can’t believe I made it. This dal is definitely a keeper.

    Penny Borden on

    What about the water chesnuts?

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