The 10 Best Indian Breakfast Recipes of All Time

If you are struck up with ideas as to what to prepare for breakfast everyday, then you have come to the right place.In the morning, we “break” this “fast” by having a meal, which must ideally provide the body with a proper mix of nutrients. That makes breakfast the most important meal of the day. It must also be the heaviest meal, including healthy ingredients like sprouts, vegetables, cereals and pulses.

1. Idli Recipe

Extremely easy to make. And super healthy! A South Indian delight.

idli

2. Dosa Recipe

dosa recipe tweaked to suit your diet plans. This one’s a perfect energizer brimming with the goodness of soy milk and whole wheat flour.

dosa-recipe

3. Pongal Recipe

Pongal is the most simplest and easiest breakfast recipe. Making pongal at home is a breeze. It has just 2 steps. Cook rice and dal and then do the seasoning. Today we will learn the Tamil style of preparing khara pongal recipe.

pongal-recipe

4. Poori Masala Recipe

Poori is one of the popular south indian breakfast recipe. It taste so good with potato masala and one of my all time favourite.

poori-recipe

5. Upma Recipe

Vegetable Upma is a kidney-friendly dish typically served at breakfast, but your family will love this grain-vegetable dish at lunch or dinner too.

veg-upma-recipe

6. Oats Idli Recipe

Idlis are a breakfast favourite even outside south india. Fibre rich oats and rava combine to make delicious instant idlis that you can enjoy fresh.

oat-idli-recipe

7. semiya upma recipe

Semiya Upma is a popular south Indian breakfast dish. It is prepared from vermicelli, mixed vegetables and other spices and also known as vermicelli upma.

semiya-upma-recipe

8. Rava Kichadi Recipe

A delicious semolina based dish that is perfect at any time of the day.

kichadi-recipe

9. Adai Recipe

Adai is made of lentils and rice which is usually prepared for breakfast. It is perfect nutritious and healthier than the regular dosa.

adai-dosa-recipe

10. Ragi Puttu Recipe

Finger millet is know as Ragi is a highly nutritious. Ragi is an excellent source of calcium (i.e.) about 10 times that of rice or wheat. Consumption of Ragi can reduce the risks of fractures and osteoporosis to a considerable extent. Today we will learn how to prepare ragi puttu following this easy recipe.

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