The struggle and pain to think of new and innovative breakfast recipes every day is quite real. Every day, we wake up thinking about what we can cook that will not just fill up our tummies but also satiate our tastebuds. Enter - the humble Indian cheela. Cheela is not just a fulfilling recipe that will brighten up your mornings but is also incredibly nutritious. The best part is that cheela comes together in a matter of few minutes and yields delicious results, every single time. If you are bored of the usual besan or atta cheelas, we have a new and innovative recipe for you. This delicious sooji cheela is an instant breakfast recipe that is sure to delight your family and impress them with your cooking skills!
Sooji cheela, also known as semolina cheela or rava cheela, is a breakfast recipe that can be prepared instantly without much hassle. It does not require too much preparation and even the ingredients are readily available at home. Further, the cheela is quite healthy and does not require much oil in its cooking either. This recipe is quite simple to make, so even beginner cooks can ace it. Pair it with your chutney of choice and you have a winner!
Tips To Make Perfect Sooji Ka Cheela At Home:
The first thing to keep in mind is that the batter must be thick. A runny batter will result in breakage and spillage, and the cheela will turn out to be broken or scrambled.
Make sure to let the batter rest for some time, so that the sooji marinates properly and gives delicious results after being cooked on the tawa.
Avoid overloading the cheela with veggies. The vegetables you add to the cheela batter must be finely chopped and not too heavy either. This is so that the cheela can easily be flipped and cooked on both sides without having to worry about breakage.
Make sure to press the cheela properly so that it is cooked on both sides. You can also cover it with a lid to trap the steam inside and make it even more delicious!
How To Make Sooji Cheela | Instant Breakfast Recipe:
First, prepare the batter of the cheela by mixing sooji with curd. Add chopped vegetables and mix them well. Adjust with water if required, but make sure that the consistency is slightly thick.
Mix in the spices, green chillies, ginger-garlic paste and coriander leaves. Let the batter rest and keep it aside. Next, heat a tawa with a little bit of oil. Spread the batter on the tawa in a circular motion.
Allow the cheela to cook and then flip it over. Press it well and let it turn golden brown on both sides. Serve with chutney of choice!
For the complete recipe for sooji cheela, click here.
So, what are you waiting for? Try this amazing instant breakfast recipe and tell us how you liked it.
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