How to Make Plain and Simple Sweet Dalia | Recipe


 

It’s been quite a time I had blogged. I underwent a small surgery recently and so the irregularity in posts. It would be for quite sometime.

I have been taking dalia in breakfast and so thought to share the recipe for it. This one is sweet, simple and plain dalia recipe. Though, right now, I’m being treated as a patient I want to tell you there is no such thing called tasteless food. Follow some simple steps and you can make this one into tasty dalia.

This Simple and Sweet Dalia makes one bowl.

Ingredients

  • 1/3 cup Dalia
  • 1/4 cup Sugar
  • 1 1/4 cup Milk
  • A pinch of Salt


Directions

  1. Heat a pressure cooker, add Dalia.
  2. Dry roast dalia for a minute.
  3. Add rest of the ingredients and close the lid of the cooker.
  4. Pressure cook for 3 whistles on high flame.
  5. Serve hot in a bowl.

How to Make Sweet Dalia

Heat pressure cooker on high flame. Now add dalia and dry roast for a minute.

Add milk, sugar and a pinch of salt. Close the lid of pressure cooker and let it whistle thrice. The flame should be high.

Switch off the flame and serve hot dalia.

— Recipe and Images shared by Sara Khan

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Sara

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