Healthy Vegetable Daliya (Broken Wheat with Veggies)

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Serves 4-5
Daliya (Broken Wheat) : 1 and half cup
Moong Daal : 1 Cup
Chopped vegetables: 500 gms (I took chopped bottle guard,  lauki, 3 medium sized tomatoes chopped, 250gms spinach (palak) finely chopped, 1 cup green peas. You can add any vegetable you like.

For baghar:
1 tsp mustard seeds.
1 tsp cumin seeds.                                                                                                                                                                                                                  A pinch asafoetida
1 medium size chopped onion
3 green chilies chopped.
1 inch ginger finely chopped.
6-7 garlic finely chopped.
9 cups water
1 tsp red chilli powder.
1 tsp turmeric powder.
1 tsp coriander powder.
3 tsp ghee (clarified butter) this is optional
Fresh green coriander for garnishing.

2 teaspoon oil (yes its 2 tsp, this dish require very very less oil)


  1. Heat two tspoon oil in the presure cooker.
  2. Crackle cumin seeds and mustard seeds.
  3. Add asafoetida.
  4. Add chopped onion, ginger, garlic and green chilies.
  5. Fry till onion becomes transparent.
  6. Add red chili powder, turmeric powder and coriander powder.
  7. Stir on low flame for a minute.
  8. Add all the chopped vegetables, daliya (broken wheat). daal and water.
  9. Close the pressure cooker lid.
  10. Set the flame to full, once the first whistle is done, reduce
  11. the flame and cook for 5-6 whistels.
  12. Open the pressure cooker after it becomes completely cool.
  13. Serve the daliya hot garnished with chopped coriander and half tsp of ghee (clarified butter



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