Monday 6 September 2021

Stay Healthy By Eating Talbina

 Talbina is a porridge made from barley flour.

It's a healthy food which is also known as Prophetic food as it was liked and consumed by our beloved  Prophet :)

There are many health benefits of consuming Talbina.

In this post, I will share its method of preparation and its benefits :) 

Method of Preparation

One needs barley flour, some fresh dates, dry fruits, and sugar/honey to prepare Talbina.

Mix one cup of water with one cup milk and let it boil then add two tablespoons of dry barley powder and cook it on low flame for 5-10 minutes till it is cooked and becomes like porridge.

If using sugar as a sweetener then add at this stage, if using honey can be added later.

Then add de-seeded dates and dry fruits of your choice.

And it's ready to serve and eat :) 

The cooking process is very simple and takes hardly 10-15 minutes.

Ready to use barley powder or Talbina mix is available in the market as well on online stores.

I received one from an Instagram store. It's good :) 

Health Benefits of Talbina: 

1. It reduces depression.

2. It relieves stress.

3. It enhances mood.

4. Helps in weight management & weight loss.

5. Helps to maintain blood glucose level so extremely good for a diabetic.

6. Improves Immunity.

It's rich in Vitamin B, Iron, Magnesium, Zinc, Phosphorus, Copper, antioxidants.

Zinc-rich food helps to get better sleep and reduce stress and barley is rich in Zinc.

So it can be called one of the best and healthiest food.

Very easy to prepare in less time, No oils or fat in it. 

One can take a bowl of Talbina for breakfast or dinner. 

Will also help in weight management.

We regularly prepare it at home :) 

Do try it.

Hope you all liked my post and found it useful, share your views in the comment section below.



Cindy D'Silva said...

Wow something different... Interesting... Will check..

Memory Flies said...

Sounds same like ragi porridge. Instead of ragi floor it is barely powder. New things to me, thanks for the healthy information.

Shreemayee said...

Wow, amazing! My sons don't like barley powder while this is such a healthy food. Will try this recipe. Thanks for sharing.

Aditi Kapur said...

This is something I have never tasted. Surely will check out because the foodie in me hunts for new recipes:)

Vasumathi DS Ponday said...

Hadn't heard of Talbina before your post. Looks very easy to make for a quick breakfast recipe.

Madhu Bindra said...

I have never heard of Talbina but will surely try this out. It seems to be a healthy breakfast option.

Mayura Amarkant said...

I had never heard of Talibana earlier. Barley in itself is such a healthy cereal however, I wasn't aware that it cures depression. Thank you for writing this one. Keep bringing such innovative recipes to us.

Deliciously Alive said...

Thank you for introducing Talbina to us. So impressed by all the benefits you mentioned, plus it seems so easy to prepare. Must try it soon!

Raghav Dudeja said...

Heard about this for the first time. But in my head I can relate to it's taste with some sort of porridge my wife cooks. Would love to try this one. You had me at dry fruits!

smita saksena said...

This is really a different one and I never heard of it. But as it's an healthy option would like to try it out.

Ritu said...

I have never tried barley porridge. But it seems like a great breakfast idea. I was aware of its health benefits but not that it helps reduce stress. Thanks for sharing about it.

Abha Singh said...

I have never heard about Talbina. I will check this out. Thanks for sharing about this and its benefits.

Satabdi said...

I've never heard of Talbina, neither have I eaten barley flour preparations before. Will try this one and see how my family likes it.

Shail Thosani said...

I have never tried barley preparation before and this seems like a good start. Never really heard of Talbina but will try it out soon.

every corner of world said...

I never heard about talbina but it looks easy to prep and healthy to eat. Would like to try for sure.

Mehul Kaku said...

Did not hear about this earlier. Will try.

Ms Arora said...

Never heard of it before. Would surely try if I get it around me. Variation is always needed in all meals

Harjeet Kaur said...

Relieves stress, reduces depression..should have been perfect for me. But I am lactose intolerant and can't have milk. Can I have Talbina with water? I have not heard of this porridge but I would really like to try it out.

Pooja Jha said...

Improves Immunity and enhances mood. are the best reasons fo me to try this. Thank you fo the detailed post on this and all benifits.

I Choose to be... said...

Sounds easy and healthy as well. Definitely going to try this

KickUpstairs said...

It's a healthy recipe. Its benefits are quite impressive. I will try it for sure.

A Lady Lawyer said...

I've never heard of this before but as I have recently discovered that i'm allergic to gluten, this is something that I must try!