The Red lentil, otherwise called Lens esculenta, is an eatable pulse. This is a thick yearly plant of the vegetable family, acknowledged for its lens-formed seeds. It is around 40 cm tall, and the seeds develop in units, for the most part alongside two seeds in each. High in sustenance and low in calories, Red lentils are the ideal vegetable to eat in the mid year in plates of mixed greens, spreads, for crackers and crudité, etc. These help to lessen blood cholesterol since it contains abnormal amounts of solvent fiber.