I wanted to make something using barley dalia since I had quite a bit left with me from the organic barley dalia packet that I had used to make barley spinach risotto. I looked up recipes for inspiration and found one barley upma recipe. But I didn’t make it for quite a few days after reading the recipe and couldn’t remember how it was made. I decided to try combining my oats upma and barley spinach risotto recipes. Luckily that worked. I am thankful to the author of the barley dalia upma recipe though, for giving me an idea of what to cook. 🙂
Luckily this upma turned out well. Devansh liked it; so it was mission accomplished. 😉 I would have loved to add a green chili in the tadka (tempering). But I couldn’t because then Devansh would find it spicy. If you are making this upma for older kids or grownups, you can add a green chili in the tadka to make it a tad bit spicy. I won’t elaborate on the nutritional benefits of barley as I’ve already done that in the Barley Spinach Risotto post. Hope you and your li’l one like this barley dalia upma.
This post was last modified on April 11, 2019 5:58 am
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