Top 10 North Indian Breakfast Recipes

Breakfast is one of the most important meals of the day and is one that simply can’t be missed. The vast world of Indian cuisine offers a countless number of options for breakfast, with every region of the country having it’s own kind of breakfast. Breakfasts in South India differ from the variety of breakfasts in North India, with every dish having it’s own kind of taste and variant.

Here are 10 amazing North Indian breakfast recipes that are enjoyed the most. They’re quite simple to make as well, and are perfect to start your day with. Which one of these breakfast items will you be making for your family today?

 

1. Moong Dal Paratha

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A delicious and simple paratha recipe made with the goodness of moong dal.

 

2. Kanda Batata Poha

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A Maharashtrian recipe that’s incredibly easy to make for hassle-free mornings.

 

3. Chole Bhature

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A mouth-watering chole bhature is common in many households in North India, especially for breakfast.

 

4. Aloo Paratha

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Parathas stuffed with potatoes are a great way to start the day as they’re nutritious and filling too!

 

5. Channa Masala

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Make this recipe for a great channa masala that you can match with a basket of warm chappathis.

 

6. Bajra Roti

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Bajra Roti is a traditional rajasthani bread enjoyed hot with a subzi made of veggies or paneer. It can also be served with dal or kadhi.

 

7. Cheese Paratha

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A delicious stuffed paratha with melt-in-your-mouth cheese.

 

8. Aloo Kulcha

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This aloo kulcha recipe will yield delicious flat bread stuffed with potatoes!

 

9. Methi Thepla

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Enjoy some delicious theplas for breakfast which are healthy too!

 

10. Poori Bhaji

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Last but not the least, poori and aloo subji. This popular North Indian breakfast favourite is also quite often enjoyed in South India as well.

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