Bajra Daliya is rich in Magnesium and Potassium, which helps keep the heart healthy.
It is also rich in essential nutrients like Protein, Fibre, Phosphorus and Iron. Wonderful to cook and amazing in Taste and Texture.
Bajra Daliya also has fibre that helps reduce LDL, known as Bad Cholesterol.
Nutrition Fact: 100 grams of Bajra is reported to contain 361 Calories, 12% Protein, 5% Fat, 2%
Mineral, 1% Fibre, 67% Carbohydrate, 42mg Calcium, 296mg phosphorus and 8mg Iron.
How to use: You can make khichdi, upma, pulao and much more
How to store: Keep it in an airtight container
A gluten-free substitute for rotis, rice and ideal for diabetic patients as well. Available as atta, dalia and whole grain.
- 1. Heat ghee in a pressure cooker. Splutter cumin seeds, add curry leaves and green chilli.
- 2. Add onion, peas and tomatoes. Give it a good mix.
- 3. To flavour it, add turmeric powder, red chilli powder and salt.
- 4. Add soaked and strained bajra daliya and daal.
- 5. Next add water. Cover and cook for two whistles. One on a high flame and one on a low flame.
- 6. Open the pressure cooker only when steam is released by itself.
- 7. Finish with lime juice. Mix well.