"Breakfast", the term is itself explanatory of breaking the overnight fast that started last night after dinner until the first meal of the day. Breakfast is actually the most important meal of the day because it helps to kickstart the new day with revived energy. Breakfast should be full of energy and protein to keep you going throughout the day.
Curd Rice is a dish famous across the southern states of India. It is usually served at the end of the main course meal because it helps is easing out the effect of spices used in main dishes. It is also known for aiding in digestion.
Sweet-n-spicy in taste, the Mishti Doi or Sweet Curd sandwich is loved by people of all ages. Make these sandwiches for kids lunch-box or for breakfast, people will enjoy it till the last bite.
This recipe doesn't need much description. It is healthy and tasty breakfast dish that charges you up to kick start your day.
Crispy, fried and spicy Bread Pakoras are a favorite breakfast, tea time snack and a popular street food of India. They are really easy to make for sudden gatherings. Bread Pakoras are sure compliment your hot cup of tea during the rainy monsoon evenings.
Orange juice in combination with fresh fruits make up a tasty and refreshing smoothie. Given below is a recipe of orange and banana smoothie that can be taken as a breakfast or mid-time snack.
Pamper your kids with an easy and amazingly toothsome, hot, creamy and crispy rabri sandwiches. They are easy to make and can be served as a snack when your kids return home after playing.
When you are in a rush in the morning and thinking of skipping breakfast, all you need a glass full of banana shake to keep you charged up for the day. This shake is loaded with fibre and potassium from banana and protein of milk.
The most fulfilling meal that is famous across the entire nation is the Aloo ka Paratha that is loved by people of all ages. Its a timeless breakfast dish that is served with smooth butter that melts over it due the heat and curd.
A famous Indian snack is the sookhe matar ki ghugni prepared from boiled white dried peas cooked with spices. Cooked in very little oil this dish makes up a healthy and tasty snack.
With the winters passing by, we present to you a healthy and quick evening snack recipe made from green peas. This is a protein rich recipe is prepared by cooking the green peas with spiced up tangy tomato and very little oil.
Oats are known to be rich in dietary fibres, vitamins and minerals, and oats idli is delicious form of including this wholesome grain in our regular diet.
Pav Bhaji is an extremely tasty and famous street food of Maharashtra. Colorful vegetables cooked in thick gravy garnished with cheese, served with toasted and buttery pavs are just a delightful treat to your taste buds.
Ghugni is a famous street food in Assam, Bengal, Bihar and Odisha. Making ghugni with sprouted black chickpeas (ankurit kala chana) is yet another recipe of serving the healthy sprouts as a delicious and mouth-watering dish.
Sprouted chana and moong sprouts have ample amount of protein and calcium. But many people do not like to eat the sprouts alone. This recipe of chana and moong sprouts chaat is a delicious way to serve the healthy sprouts.
Oats Upma is a famous for its rich fibre content and goodness of various vegetables in it. It can be made in very little oil and with the use of a variety or green vegetables.
Rawa or Suji ka Upma is a famous breakfast dish in the South India and Maharashtra. It can be made in very little oil and with the use of a variety of green vegetables.
Masala Dosa is a crisp, healthy and mouth watering dish that had its origin in the South India. It is served as everyday meal along with sambhar and nariyal ki chutney and is also a famous street food across the country.
Uttapam is healthy breakfast dish that originated in the southern India. It is a thick pancake like variant of dosa with toppings cooked in the batter.
Pitha is a spicy dish made from rice flour and spice bengal gram, eaten generally for breakfast or snack with tea. This dish has its origin in Bangladesh and is a favorite cuisine in the North-eastern region of India.
Idli Sambhar is a tempting and healthy South Indian dish. Rich in protein and carbohydrates this dish is a famous breakfast and dinner option.
Dal ke Parathe are made up of protein rich filling of dal and spices, stuffed fibre and carbohydrate rich covering of whole wheat flour. Served with a little butter and curry, it is famous for its satiating and soothing flavors.
Mooli ka Paratha made from grated white raddish, spices and whole wheat flour make up a healthy breakfast itme in Punjabi and Gujarati cuisines.
Kala Chana Curry is a simple, easy to make dish and full of flavors. It is famous for being part of Punjabi cuisine. Besides the soaked and boiled black chickpeas make it very nutritious.
Gobhi Paratha is an Indian bread stuffed with cauliflower mixed up with all the spices. With winters round the corner these parathas rank top in the list of Indian meal.
Stuffed parathas are always preferred over the plain parathas. Hare matar ke parathe are among the most relished dishes of the North India during winters.
Sattu ka Paratha is a Bihari delicacy. Sattu which is powdered roasted gram, is among the healthiest food and sattu ka parathas form the best breakfast option.
Chhole Masala also known as Chana Masala, is an imortant dish of the Indian and Pakistani cuisine. They are served with fried breads like poori, bhature and kachori or kulche or with steamed rice.
Cheese Garlic Toasties is a variaion of the Brazilian Cheese Bread. Topped with stir fried veggies or mushrooms or cottage cheese (paneer) and mozzarella cheese this dish is a quick and delicious breakfast or snack item.
When kids do not want to have plain roti and sabji, Aate Ka Chilla will serve as a great substitute for their required intake of carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals and other nutrients. Its easy and quick to make and this tasty twist to the traditional roti and sabji or paratha and sabji, will surely be loved by all.
A tastier version of the plain khasta Kachori with spicy onion filling inside. These Khasta Pyaaz Kachori are famous across Rajasthan and mostly relished as a tea-time snack with a cup of hot masala chai.