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Whole Wheat Flour Porridge

whole wheat flour porridge

whole wheat flour porridge


This is not really a porridge but the closest Indian dish I can think of, to come in the porridge category. This dish is usually eaten in Eastern India, specially during some festivals where it goes by the name of Ghola Prasad. With milk and nuts, this can be a complete meal in itself and is really filling if you have it for breakfast. Also, the browned whole wheat flour in milk imparts a really nice, earthy aroma which is very appetizing. A perfect alternative to a traditional porridge, I must say. Do give this a try if you are getting bored with the packaged cereals or the traditional cooked wheat or oat porridges.



Whole wheat flour-1 cup
Sugar-1/2 cup
Clarified butter (Ghee)-1 tablespoon
Milk-3 cups
Green Cardamom-2 crushed
Cashew nuts-50 grams
Raisins-25 grams
Almonds-25 grams
Walnuts-25 grams
Dried figs-30 grams
Dried Dates-30 grams


1. In a wok, add the clarified butter.
2. Place the wok on your stove and switch on your heat source.
3. As soon as the clarified butter warms up, add the wheat flour and stir till the mixture acquires a light brown colour and give off a lovely aroma.
5. Switch off the heat source and remove the wok.
6. Pour out the browned flour in a bowl.
7. Mix together the browned flour, sugar, milk along with the cardamom and the other dry fruits.
8. Mix well and let the mixture cool for at least half an hour.
Your lovely whole wheat porridge (or Ghola Prasad) is ready. 
Prep time: 10 mins
Cooking time: 5 mins
Total time: 15 mins
Author: Prasenjeet

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