A cup of white rice contains 37% of your DV for manganese, 17% of your day's selenium and lesser quantities of several minerals and B vitamins. Four tablespoons of lentils provide an additional 12% of the DV for manganese; 8% of your iron, phosphorus and copper for the day; and 20% of the DV for folate. Brown rice is an excellent source of magnesium, phosphorus, copper, manganese and selenium and is also rich in several of the B vitamins.
Dishes of rice and lentils, usually perfumed with spices and caramelized
onions, are a staple from the Middle East all the way to India. In its other
incarnation as a highly spiced stew of lentils or similar legumes, daal brings
bright flavors, rich aromas and often a vivid, visually striking color contrast
to the simple dish of rice.
A 1 cup portion boasts only 600 milligrams of dietary fiber, just 2% of
your daily value. Adding 1/4 cup of lentils to that rice just 4 tablespoons provides
an additional 3.6 grams, or 16% of your DV, for a total of 18%. A cup of brown
rice contains 3.5 grams of fiber, or 14% of the DV, forming an even more potent
combination with your lentils.
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