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Kids & Food:How to make daliya?
Name: Deepti
Hi all.

Plz tell me how to make daliya.I tried it but it doesn' t become a smooth paste n thats why my 8 1/2 mos old doesn' t swallow it.How long should I cook it in pressure cooker?
Name: shweta
Subject:  dalia
i make dalia khichdi for my 2 year old son. first roast it, then cook it in a pressure cooker with adequate water, moong dal(dhuli), salt and pinch of haldi powder. cook on medium flame till 7-8 whistle. ur kid will luv it.
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Name: Rajeshwari
Subject:  Regd dalia
Have you tried grounding the dalia in a dry mixy? this will make it fine like powder which u can mix with milk.
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Name: parul
Subject:  cooking daliya
Dear Deepti,

soak the daliya in warm water for abot one hr. then pressure cook it but remember not to put too much or too little water as more water will come out and less water might burn the daliya.
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