Doodh Dalia is savory broken wheat loaded with milk and dry nuts.
Doodh Dalia is a traditional Indian recipe prepared with broken wheat (Dalia), cooked in a pressure cooker along with a choice of nuts. It is a quick and effortless dish rich with protein. The grains and the nuts together make doodh dalia a wholesome one-pot meal. Dalia is whole wheat grains that are pounded or broken down. It includes the husk, which is a viable source of both nutrition and fiber. The fact that Dalia is as close to the natural form of the grain as possible makes it a much healthier option than other types of wheat by-products. So, try to prepare it and share your feedback.
This recipe was prepared by a lovely Mom – Namrata Bohra Jain
Tips and Suggestions by Mom Chef:-
- Due to its high fiber content, a way less quantity of dalia is required to keep the stomach full throughout the day, as compared to rice.
- It is good for people with diabetes or for anyone trying to consume lesser carbohydrates.
- Due to its properties, it is a perfect weight-loss food.