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Last Updated Thursday December 08 2016 01:47 AM IST

Broken wheat broccoli upma

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Broken wheat broccoli upma

Broken wheat is wholesome food. It's got numerous health benefits including weight loss and keeping diabetics in check. Go for this healthy upma with the additional goodness of broccoli.

Ingredients

250gm broken wheat

75gm onion

1 green chilli

5gm black gram

50gm broccoli

2gm mustard seeds

5gm split Bengal gram/chana dal

10gm coriander leaves

A small bunch of curry leaves

15ml rice bran oil

Salt, as required

Preparation

Soak broken wheat in water for about two hours

Heat oil and add mustard seeds

When they begin to splutter, add black gram, split Bengal gram, curry leaves, chopped green chilli and broccoli

Strain broken wheat, add to the seasoning and mix thoroughly by adding enough water and salt

Stir continuously till the broken wheat gets cooked

Finish by sprinkling chopped coriander leaves over the upma


(In arrangement with Smartlife)

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