HighlightsSooji is also known as semolinaSooji is a good source of proteinSooji can be used to make range of snacksBreakfast often turns out to be
Breakfast often turns out to be a tricky affair. You want it to be yummy, but also do not want it to be too time-consuming. Some like to sneak in a few healthy ingredients, while others just want to indulge their heart out. Eventually most of us resort to toasted bread, butter and omelette because of the time crunch, and leave our ‘ideal breakfast plans’ for some other day. But what if we tell you that we have a recipe that could possibly satiate all your yummy Vegetarian breakfast cravings?
These sooji triangles recipe by Mumbai-based YouTuber and blogger Alpa is so scrummy that it is hard to stop at one. Sooji (or semolina) is used to make a variety of Indian dishes, from starters to mains, sooji can help lend a crispy and delicious touch to everything. The vegetarian recipe does not occupy a great chunk of your time either, provided you have all the ingredients ready.
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Watch Step-By-Step Recipe Video Of Sooji Vegetable Triangles:
For the recipe, you would need some grated potatoes, sooji, besan, mix it well together with water. Keep it aside for 10 minutes so that the sooji soaks all the water. Then add finely chopped tomatoes, onions, bellpeppers, capsicum, coriander leaves, peas, jeera powder, ginger-garlic paste, garam masala, lime juice, turmeric and salt. The vegetables are optional, you can add whatever vegetables you have in your house to this sooji batter. Add some baking soda and mix everything up vigorously. Transfer it into a bowl or baking tin and steam it. Since you are not frying it, you can cut back on many calories too!
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Try it at home and let us know how you liked it.
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