Originally from Iran, this princely fruit descended the Silk Route to our short break’s tiffin dabbas. Anar, we’ll have you know, is quite the old hat. So old, that its first sightings have been traced to the Bronze Age. Maybe that’s why it’s so good at beating aging. And today, its nectar has been painstakingly collected and presented to you without fuss, frills, pollutants or preservatives. It would be a disservice to call it a mere drink. Anar is a liquid miracle.
Toor Dal is the most widely-used form of the lentil. It is used in famous recipes. It contains a thick gelatinous or meaty texture, &