Kulthi daal Powder
Horse gram Powder / Kulathi Powder
Latin – Macrotyloma uniflorum SYN. Dolichus biflorus
Other names : Kulathi bean, Madras gram, Horse gram, Ulvala charu, biflorus (Australia); horsegram, horse grain, kulthi bean, madras bean, madras gram, poor man’s pulse (English); dolic biflore, grain de cheval (French); kerdekorn, pferdebohne, pferdekorn (German); gahat, hurali, kalai, kallu, kollu, kulat, kulatha, kurtikalai, kekara, kulthi, muthera, muthira, muthiva, ulavalu, wulawula (India); dolico cavallino (Italian); faveira (Portuguese); frijol verde (Spanish); pé-bi-zât. Ulavalu, Kulit, Kuthlee, Kollu, Muthira
Origin : India (South)
Usually you need to boil the Horse gram for at least 8-10 hours on slow heat before consuming it. But With the Powder, you can add boiling water and leave it for overnight & then boil it for couple of hours in the moring and it should be ready to consume.