Dalia, also known as broken wheat, is a traditional Indian staple particularly popular in Northern and Western parts of India. It is made by crushing whole raw wheat into coarse pieces. It is highly nutritious and low in fat and calories, a good source of energy, and rich in fiber. It is often cooked with water or milk and is occasionally flavoured with vegetables, making it both savoury and delightful to taste. Consumed mainly as breakfast, Dalia helps maintain weight, and its high fiber content keeps you full for longer.
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Heat ghee in a pressure cooker and add the dalia to it.
Roast it for 4-5 minutes on medium heat until it turns golden brown.
Now add the vegetables to it and sauté for another 2-3 minutes.
Add water, stir well and close the pressure cooker.
Cook until 2 whistles and then, turn off the heat.
Let the pressure release naturally and then open the cooker.
Stir the dalia and serve hot.