Plain Dalia Recipe- How To Cook Broken Wheat In Pressure Cooker
Dalia or broken wheat is a healthy carbohydrate that you can eat for lunch or dinner along with any dal or gravy. A great substitute for white rice and good for people following a diabetic diet.
Plain Dalia/ broken wheat is a high fiber, full of nutrition tasty carbohydrate. It can be easily made in a pressure cooker. Broken wheat is great to be included in your diet. There are lots of recipes that you can make with broken wheat. They can all easily be cooked in a pressure cooker but if you like you can cook the broken wheat in a saucepan as well. When cooking in a saucepan ensure that you put enough water. Remove any excess water in the pan after the broken wheat/ dalia is cooked.
Broken wheat is made with whole wheat that is cracked.There are many varieties of broken wheat available in the market. Its best to buy the medium size kernels which are free from debris.
Try our other broken wheat recipes:
- Greek Style Broken Wheat Salad with Chickpeas Fresh Mint & Feta Recipe
- North Arcot Special Godumai Rava Puliodarai (Broken Wheat/Dalia Pulioga
- Broken Wheat Upma Recipe - Healthy Dalia Upma for Breakfast
- 1 cup Broken Wheat (Dalia/ Godumai Rava)
- 2 cups Water
How to make Plain Dalia Recipe- How To Cook Broken Wheat In Pressure Cooker
To begin making Plain Dalia Recipe in a Pressure cooker first wash the broken wheat a couple of times and soak the dalia/broken wheat for half an hour.
Add the broken wheat/ dalia into a pressure cooker and close the lid.
Keep the pressure cooker on heat and pressure cook for one whistles. Reduce the heat after one whistle to medium and cook for another two whistles. Turn off the heat.
Let the pressure release naturally and then open the lid of the pressure cooker.
Take a fork or spoon and fluff up the dalia/ broken wheat and remove into a serving bowl.
Plain Dalia Recipe