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Apple Banana Porridge

Published on: March 8, 2014 | Updated on: March 8, 2014
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Apple Banana Porridge

Apple Banana Porridge

Porridge or dalia in the Indian context is made with broken wheat grains. It has been consumed for a long time in sweet or savory forms and gives good dietary proportions for various nutrients and fiber. It is also one of the quickest items to make in the kitchen and can be served in breakfast or even at main meals. It is very light in the preparation and gives a full stomach feeling for long. For most of the Indians, it is made in hot milk. For some variation today I added fruits to the preparation among other additions to make Apple Banana Porridge. I even garnished it some dry fruit slivers for a crunchy taste and a great appeal. It turned out wonderful and all in the family enjoying a fulfilling breakfast. Why not you also make use of this Apple Banana Porridge Recipe for a great healthy start to your day.

All you need is (serves 4)

Dalia – 1/2 cup

Oats – 1/2 cup

Banana – 2 (sliced)

Apple – 1 (cut in small triangles)

Milk – 2 cup

Butter – 1 tbsp

Sugar as per taste

Cinnamon powder – 1/2 tsp

Green cardamom powder – 1/4 tsp

Rose water – 1 tsp

Water – 1 cup

Dry fruits slivers for garnishing (I used about 8 to 10 almonds)

Apple Banana Porridge Recipe

Preparation time: 5 min.

Cooking time: 15 min.

Heat butter in a pressure cooker and saute the dalia for 3-4 min.

Add oats and saute for another 2 min.

Add water and bring it to a boil, add milk and pressure cook for 2 whistles.

Open the cooker and add green cardamom powder, cinnamon powder and sugar.

Add apple and banana and rose water and mix well.

Garnish with dry fruit slivers.

Serve hot or cold.


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I am a dental surgeon turned full time mom of a lovely boy. Apart from running around him and doing a lot of activities with him, I like to cook and experiment with new stuff.

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