Rawa Dhalia – How to Make Rawa Dhalia
- 250g wheat sooji
- 100g carrots, cut into 1″ pieces
- 50g potatoes, cut into small cubes
- 10g mustard seeds
- 5 sprigs curry leaves
- 30g refined oil
- 1 onion, chopped
- 4 green chilies, sliced
- salt to taste
- Heat oil in a pan, fry mustard seeds and curry leaves until the mustard seeds splutter.
- Then add chopped onions, green chilies, carrots and potato pieces to the pan and fry them for few minutes.
- Now, add 3 glasses of water to the vegetables along with salt, cover the pan and boil until the vegetables gets tender.
- Add wheat sooji to the above boiled mixture and mix well, so that no lumps should be formed.
- Cook for 5-6 minutes and remove from heat.
- Serve hot with any chutney.
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