Wednesday, July 2, 2014

My beautiful food - Stuffed Dalia Meal in a Borosil Mixing bowl!

Today I am back with another easily digestible and easy to cook meal. You must have eaten many times in your lifetime during courses of illness or weak health. I’ve already cooked my stuffed dalia. It’s emitting its ever inviting aroma while resting on the beautiful borosil’s mixing bowl. The flakes of fresh orange carrots, green peas are waving at my tongue where as potatoes, cauliflower pieces which were added has dived deep into the ocean and rejected to be back any soon. Dhania leaves are idle at surface as always. I’m very hungry now- stop me if you can!

I’ll teach you now how you can cook your stuffed dalia. Listen carefully as it’s very easy to make and really very nutritious, easy to digest and inexpensive meal! Heat two spoon of sunflower oil in a pressure cooker. When the oil is hot enough, drop a spoon of cumin seeds into it. Then pour a finely chopped onion and let it get fried to golden colour. Add small quantity of chopped ginger and two green chillies onto the cooker and fry for a while. Add a finely chopped tomato and fry for a minute. Add now your kept vegetables which may include chopped half carrot, a potato, small pice of cauliflower and 20-30 peas. Fry it well with rest of the things for 3-4 minutes. Add a cup of wet washed properly dalia and mix well and stir for another 2-3 minutes. Then add 700-800 ml water, add a spoon of salt and then close the pressure cooker lid and let it whistle for at least 10 times.


Good now your stuffed dalia is ready. Enjoy the feel and sense its aroma. Observe its compatibility with the wonderful borosil bowl and pat your own back!

This post is a contest entry, sponsored by Borosil with association to Indiblogger.

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