Spinach Dalia(Broken wheat cooked with spinach and yogurt)

Dalia/Broken wheat is very healthy, nutritious, easy to digest, rich in fiber food. This is recommended for all age group. Dalia  is good option for breakfast.Dalia  cooked with spinach and yogurt make dish very healthy and delicious . This is  one pot meal and ideal for lunch box/meal .

  Ingredients (For 2 serving)


  • Broken  Wheat – 1 cup(Wash and soaked for 10 minutes)
  • Curd-1/2 cup
  • Green chili-2-3
  •  Salt – 1/2 tsp
  • Garlic-2-3 clove
  • Cardamom-2-3 piece
  • Cumin seed – 1 tsp
  • Whole black paper – 1 tsp
  • Cashew nut- 6 to 8
  • Coriander leaves-2 tbsp
  • Spinach-2 cup
  • Cooking oil – 2 tbsp

Method


 

Step 1 –In  grinder take spinach,coriander leaves,green chili,yogurt and grind it ,make fine paste,keep aside.

Step 2- Heat1 tbsp oil in a pan add cumin seed  when seed crackle,add black paper,cashew nut,bay leaf,cardamom cook for 20 seconds. Add spinach puree cook 1-2 minutes .Add soaked dalia/broken wheat and roast 2-3 minute add 1 cup water,salt  and mix it proper cover it cook in low medium flame for 8-10 minutes till dalia absorbed all water and became soft. ,remove from heat.

Enjoy healthy Dalia any time !!!

 


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18 Comments Add yours

  1. Vinay says:

    That looks healthy and tasty. If images could be added, it’ll be much easier to understand and cook. Anyways, it looks tasty and I’m gonna try it now 😊

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    1. Thanks Vinay for your feedback .. This is indeed a very healthy food .. you can make it very easily

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  2. Girija Arora says:

    sounds tasty and healthy.

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    1. Thanks Girija, yes this is very healthy and yummy .. suitable for all age

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  3. chefkreso says:

    Simple and tasty recipe, perfect for lunch!

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    1. Absolutely yes… Thank you

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  4. All your recipes are so good.

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    1. Thank you for liking it!

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  5. Kurian says:

    Must be very good and healthy. I just chanced upon an organic rice where 50% of the husk is retained. Probably I will try this recipe with rice instead. (Wheat may be better though)

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    1. Thanks, it’s my pleasure!

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  6. jyo says:

    Sounds interesting 👌

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  7. Lisa Beth says:

    Love these wonderful recipes – looking forward to making (and eating!) some of these dishes. Great that you include pictures, thanks! Traveled through India, loved the people and regional foods…thanks for bringing back tasty memories! 🙂

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    1. Thanks, please try making it ..my recipes are tried and tested ones

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