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This is a very healthy breakfast for me and I like it also, almost no oil is used and it has lots of vegetables. and not much cooking even.


1cup broken wheat

250 gm cabbage..julienned

1small capsicum..julienned

1 carrot grated

1 tsp. oil
1tsp. mustard seeds.

1/2 tsp. turmeric

1/2 tsp salt or as you like it

1/2 lemon

2 tbsp. roasted peanuts.

Green chilli(optional)

coriander leaves..finely chopped for garnishing.

Dry roast the broken wheat, till it is golden.

In a pan put oil, and when it is hot add mustard seeds.

When they start spluttering add all the vegetables.

saute them for 5-8 minutes, till they get shiny or loose water.

Keep them aside.

Now cook the broken wheat with 2 cup water, turmeric and salt, slow the fire and cook till all the water is absorbed.

Mix the vegetables in this.

Now while serving spread some peanuts and then sprinkle lemon.
TIPS:.....even you can roast the wheat in microwave also, you will have to stir it once or twice.
Some people add tomatoes also, but I dont because my H doesnt like them in this:)


Reflections said…
I'm not exactly sure wht this broken wheat broken wheat & bulgar wheat the same thing????

The recipe itself sounds tasty & nutritious.
SR said…
hi Renu, I just got some broken wheat and was wondering about the items I can cook. Your recipe was so well timed. Will definitely try this out.

Dear reflections, I also got what is called Bulgur wheat - they are pretty much the same..different names in different parts of the world I guess
Smriti said…
This looks yummy Mommy!

Reflections, if you get couscous you can probably try this recipe with couscous. I almost feel broken wheat and couscous are the same thing, if not they should be very similar.
Renu said…
Reflections: here in India, we cal it Dalia in Hindi, most of the time people make it with milk and sugar.

It is a very healthy and tasty dish:)

SR: Try it and tell me how did u like it and if u feel there can be some variations , tell me also.

Smriti: I always lovbe it:)
Renu said…
Reflections: here in India, we cal it Dalia in Hindi, most of the time people make it with milk and sugar.

It is a very healthy and tasty dish:)

SR: Try it and tell me how did u like it and if u feel there can be some variations , tell me also.

Smriti: I always lovbe it:)
sindhu said…
This is what I am going to make today evening...we call it suji godambu, in Malayalam, so Nancy..that is it. And some people even add little tamarind juice to make it little sour...
Renu said…
Sindhu: Do u make by any different receipe, if so please share it here, I would love to knbow about all the variation that can be applied to the receipes here.
SR said…
hi renu, wanted to let you know that I tried this out and it came out well :)
Renu said…
SR; Thank u so much:), U cant imagin my pleasure, when somebody tries my recipe and then likes it:)
Thanks again!
Reflections said…
Thank U SR, Renu, Smrithi & Sindhu:-))!!!!!
I've got a better idea now;-D!!!!
Renu said…
Reflections: If u ever try it and then tell me the results:)
workhard said…
That looks so easy to make.. but when one gets up... u need someone who would make it for u.. at least help..

and yeah it is healthy...

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Renu said…
In this yoiu do half the work previous chopping the veg. and roasting Dalia and then it will be a cakewalk in the morning.
Sweets said…
I tried this recipe was wonderful!!! I just added curry leaves too & put onions & peas too. Also, used cauliflower in place of cabbage & it turned out to be so damn yummy!! Thanks for the amazing recipe :)
Renu said…
Sweets: Thank you for telling me! you made my day:)
Anonymous said…
this recipe is amazing...I loved it and I put some sprouts in it it was all the more healthy and tasty..thanks a lot
Just one question though for u Renu...The ultimate thing was not the way sooji upma becomes..but it was a little can I correct that
Renu said…
Anonymous: sorry for replying so late !..reason for being soggy may be....

1-either for cooking you put more water than required, next time reduce the quantity of water

2.or give it more time on the heat.
Anonymous said…
I first tried this recipe a month ago and now we are so hucked to it. Another recipe in can show off. Thank you so much for the recipe.

Handcraft said…
Thanks for a quick receipe. I tried it today and it came out well :)..
Anonymous said…
Tx it came out well
Ansh. said…
Thx Renu Aunty, i mixed this with last night's leftover rice, used gobhi instead of cabbage n it came out well to serve 3 of us deliciously due to rice quantity as well. please mention serving size for xyz people also in ur other recipes on the blog. Thanks again :)
Renu said…
Vish: You made m very happy:)

Handcraft: Thanks!

Anonymous: thanks!

Ansh: I am so happy to hear that..And thanks for the suggestion..I shall remember to do that next time..

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