Broken Wheat (Dalia)
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organic broken wheat, also known as dalia, is a nutritious and versatile ingredient that is perfect for making healthy and delicious meals. Made from high-quality whole wheat that has been cracked into smaller pieces, this broken wheat is rich in fiber, protein, and essential nutrients.
High-quality organic broken wheat (dalia)
Packed with fiber, protein, and essential nutrients
Versatile ingredient for a variety of dishes
Ideal for making upma, pilaf, salads, kheer, and baked goods
Shelf life: 6 months from the date of packaging.
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Broken wheat, also known as cracked wheat or dalia, is a type of whole wheat that has been broken into smaller pieces. It is a nutritious and versatile ingredient that can be used in a variety of dishes.
Here are some common uses for broken wheat:
Upma: Broken wheat is a popular ingredient in Indian cuisine and is often used to make upma, a savory breakfast dish. Upma is typically made by sautéing vegetables, such as onions, tomatoes, and green chilies, and then adding broken wheat and water, and cooking until the grains are tender.
Pilaf: Broken wheat can also be used to make a healthy and flavorful pilaf. To make a pilaf, sauté onions and other vegetables in oil, then add the broken wheat and stir until it is coated with oil. Next, add stock or water and any desired seasonings and cook until the wheat is tender and the liquid is absorbed.
Salads: Broken wheat can be used to make a nutritious and filling salad. Cook the wheat according to the package instructions, then mix it with chopped vegetables, such as cucumbers, tomatoes, and bell peppers. Dress the salad with a simple vinaigrette or yogurt-based dressing.
Kheer: Broken wheat can be used to make a creamy and delicious dessert called kheer, which is similar to rice pudding. To make kheer, cook the broken wheat in milk until it is soft and creamy, then add sugar, cardamom, and other flavorings as desired.
Baked Goods: Broken wheat can be used as a healthy substitute for flour in many baked goods, such as muffins, bread, and cookies. It adds a nutty flavor and a chewy texture to baked goods.