Cracked Wheat & Spinach Pongal – Your Recipe Rocks

Cracked Wheat Pongal

These days I’m using a lot of cracked wheat and grits in my cooking, by substituting it for rice.

Sometime back I made pongal using cracked wheat and moong daal, but it did not come out well.  From then on I was wondering how to get it right and finally I found the recipe for it in Sailu’s blog.  Added benefit, she has also included spinach in her broken wheat pongal recipe.  The recipe is very simple to follow and it came out very well.  Only change I made in the recipe was using frozen spinach instead of fresh spinach leaves. Thank you very much Sailu for such an healthy and tasty recipe.  Your recipe rocks!


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21 COMMENTS

  1. […] Cracked Wheat & Spinach Pongal – Your Recipe Rocks […]

  2. we call it as daliya, which I dont like. but looking at ur pictures m feeling like eating it :). will try for sure.

  3. Looks delicious Madhu!!! I am gonna try this now.. have all the stuff at home, btw I made your almond bread again.. and it come out to be great.. will post it soon , It didnt last long enough to take the pictures and post , the last time

  4. delicious pongal, Madhu! hey, when are you coming to MD? I would be happy to meet you or we can meet at sesame place, in philly. we will be visiting it sometime soon. what do you say?

  5. My mom makes pongal too, Try to cook first the dhal and add the cracked with and u gonna love it :)Looks yummy with greens

  6. Madhu, this pongal recipe is a regular at our home. Quick, healthy and delicious! Am glad you enjoyed the recipe.:)

  7. Hi Madhu,
    I tried the pepper stromboli recipe yesterday.It came out quite well.I didn’t use asparagus as i didn’t have it with me.Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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