A sweet breakfast treat! Daliya is sweet, hearty, fillings, healthy-ish, and chewy goodness. Whether you’re sick or just in a mood for a tasty treat, ditch the boring oatmeal and go for porridge.
I loved eating daliya as a kid, hell, I still do! It’s traditionally served hot with lots of almonds, pistachios, and raisins in it, but I love throwing in mangoes and almonds instead. There’s no right or wrong way to eat it. Hot, cold, fruit, nuts, whatever. It’s a kid pleaser and a protein packed treat as an adult. I make a batch of it and stick in the fridge for 4-5 days and call it good on breakfast and late night treats.
This dish is so easy to make that after your first attempt you’ll be able to make it with your eyes closed. My favorite bit is being able to hand people a bowl and see how they make it their very own. It’s really tasty when paired with adrak di cha.
Random lack of understanding #91: I don’t get oatmeal. It’s gross. It tastes like stale cardboard. Well, if cardboard could get stale, that is. People cook it with water and consider it food. It’s not food! It’s something you wish upon your enemies! The only way it’s at all edible is if you cover it with maple syrup and brown sugar. So, friends, eat porridge. It’s yummier and not something you want to give to the ex that should live at the bottom of the lake.
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4 servings per container
- Amount Per ServingCalories407
- % Daily Value *
- Total Fat
- Cholesterol 43mg 15%
- Sodium 155mg 7%
- Potassium 412mg 12%
- Total Carbohydrate
- Dietary Fiber 5.4g 22%
- Sugars 26.9g
- Protein 14.1g 29%
- Calcium 25%
- Iron 2%
- Vitamin D 569%
* The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.