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Chinese Veg Fried Daliya

Discussion in 'Recipe Central' started by shivachoubey, Apr 25, 2011.

  1. shivachoubey

    shivachoubey IL Hall of Fame

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    I just love Chinese food and I can eat any diet food which is disguised in some way as a Chinese dish.

    I made this daliya out of my craving to have lovely Chinese veg fried rice.

    The idea behind this dish is to have more of veggies and less of cereal(daliya). Though you can use more quantity of daliya its best to stick to 1 medium katori if you are making it for yourself only.

    It tastes fabulous just like a Chinese dish.

    Ingredients

    1. Finely chopped veggies of your choice.

    2. Ginger and garlic and green chilies finely chopped, quantity as per taste.

    3. 1 tsp oil (I used sesame oil but feel free to experiment)

    4. 1 medium bowl pre cooked daliya (Cracked/Broken wheat).

    5. Salt and black pepper to taste.

    6. 1/4 tsp Vinegar (we just need a small amount so be careful here)

    7. Chings Veg oyster sauce 1/4 tsp OR Soya sauce 1/4 tsp.

    8. 1/2 tsp Tomato Sauce (optional)

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    Procedure

    1. Stir fry the veggies on high heat.

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    2. Once the veggies are crisp and done, add the daliya.

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    3. Add vinegar and stir well.

    4. Add sauces and mix well.

    5. Add salt and black pepper.

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    6. Keep stiring the daliya on high heat for 2 minutes.

    7. Serve hot and enjoy.

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  2. mssunitha2001

    mssunitha2001 IL Hall of Fame

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    My Dear shiva:)

    I just love chinese food .....my ds too.

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    Another advantage is being able to use a variety of vegetables in a single dish....easy to cook ..great to taste....:cheers

    Thanks shiva.....:thumbsup
     
  3. shivachoubey

    shivachoubey IL Hall of Fame

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    Dear Mssunitha,

    Yeh, with chinese dishes we do get great taste in one dish.

    Thanks for commenting.

    Have a great day ahead.

    regards

    Shiva
     
  4. Shanvy

    Shanvy IL Hall of Fame

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    hey shiva,

    i make this frequently. only thing is sometimes i over cook the daliya misjudging the quality..but quite filling. bisibelabath, biriyani with daliya is also equally filling..

    good one buddy.
     
  5. shivachoubey

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    Dear Shanvy,

    Daliya is very nutritive. I have yet to try bisibelabath with daliya but I have hear it tastes very good.

    Thanks for liking the recipe dear.

    Have a great day ahead.

    regards

    Shiva
     
  6. hridhaya

    hridhaya Gold IL'ite

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    Nice idea...Never thought about it. Will make it for sure..The other day I tried to make biryani using daliya. This is a good variation. Thank you very much
     
  7. shivachoubey

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    Dear Hridhaya,

    Thanks for liking the recipe. Daliya biryani is also a good idea, will give it a try :).

    Have a great day ahead.

    regards

    Shiva
     
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    Hi..

    What do you mean by precooked daliya..I usually make in pressure cooker ...
     
  9. ILoveTulips

    ILoveTulips IL Hall of Fame

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    Dear Shiva,

    I hate aubergines and dont know any good ways of cooking it. Yesterday my husband brought two big ones. I was worried what to do with them.

    Many many weeks ago, you shared me a link to your aubergine recipe which i had noted down. I prepared it tonight and I am typing this comment as I eating it. It tasted absolutely amazing. With less than a spoon oil and little water, some salt and chilli powder it came very tasty. 2 big aubergines were finished now...

    I wanted to thank you... I couldnt find that very blog where you commented... so I am sending my thanks here...

    Thanks a lot dear...

    ILT
     
  10. ILoveTulips

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    Dear Shiva,

    This recipe is good. Easy to cook and tasty as well.... I have Brown basmati rice in home. I can cook (drained starchless) and use instead of dalia right?

    Will try this week... i have too much grated carrot and beans.. will let you know how it turns out...

    ilt
     

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