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 20 Easy Indian Veg Breakfast Recipes in 20 minutes

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20 Easy Indian Veg Breakfast Recipes in 20 minutes 

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It is called so because it breaks a night-long fast. We need to refuel our body’s energy and nutrient reserves, to gear up for a new day!

 Multigrain Methi Thepla, Breakfast Recipe

 Multigrain Methi Thepla, Breakfast Recipe

Everybody seems to be in a hurry all the time, and the hustle-bustle really peaks in the mornings. If it is not possible to make breakfast within 10 to 15 minutes, people are even ready to skip this essential meal of the day. Whether Indian or International, these breakfast recipes are ready in just 20 minutes which includes preparation time as well as cooking time. There are lots of options for those who have their breakfast at home, and some choices for those who eat it on-the-go or carry it to office in a dabba.

1. Stock up your air-tight containers with muesli or granola mix, so you just need to add chopped fruits and milk when consuming on a time-pressed day! You can even add dry-fruits or dried seeds to give it a nice crunch and enhance the nutrient composition. 

 Muesli ( Healthy Breakfast) Chila, the simple Indian besan pancakes can be made in innovative ways, by adding your favourite veggies, greens or other ingredients to make it as exciting as you want. Try these High Fibre Chilas made by adding buckwheat, the Carrots and spring onions add a bite to it. 

High Fibre Chilas

High Fibre Chilas

3Have too many leftover breads from last night's dinner?  Transform them into a delicious upma! This bread upma with desi shades of chillies, onions, tomatoes and spice powders, tempered traditionally and perked up with tomato ketchup and lemon juice, is replete with varied flavours that are sure to delight your palate. You can cool it, pack it and carry to work too.

 Bread Upma, South Indian Style Bread Upma

 Bread Upma, South Indian Style Bread Upma

4. Who doesn't like sandwich?! Make these Cheese and Spring Onion Sandwich with its rich mouth-feel and irresistible aroma, is both a sumptuous and tasteful treat. You can simply make the stuffing at night and refrigerate and apply it on toasted bread in the morning.

 Cheese and Spring Onion Sandwich

 Cheese and Spring Onion Sandwich

5. Idli, dosa and dhokla are also much loved by everyone but you must plan ahead to soak, grind or ferment batters. Don't worry! We have got Instant Whole Wheat Vegetable Dosa. A quick batter made with the most readily available ingredient – wheat flour. Note that this is not a tiffin recipe. You need to serve it immediately.

 Instant Whole Wheat Vegetable Dosa, Atte ka Chila

 Instant Whole Wheat Vegetable Dosa, Atte ka Chila

6. Stuffed Rava Idli Vegetable Sandwich is also easy to prepare because you don’t need to grind or ferment the batter – just mix and make. Relish it with hot sambhar and chutney!

Stuffed Rava Idli Vegetable Sandwich

Stuffed Rava Idli Vegetable Sandwich

7. Poha and Upma are two traditional Indian breakfast. This quick Kanda Batata Poha tastes best when had hot and fresh, but it can also be carried in the snack box. 

Batata Poha, Aloo Poha

Batata Poha, Aloo Poha

8. Don't forget to try our Eggless French Toast. Yesss... you read it right. Eggless French Toast. Go ahead and try now these lovely breakfast recipes!!

 French Toast, Eggless French Toast

 French Toast, Eggless French Toast

9. Theplas have a very homely feel too. While you can make them plain with addition of only spices, here we present Methi Thepla which also has a hints of garlic and sesame seeds. You can be slightly more creative and make Multigrain Methi Thepla also. Top up your iron levels and be energetic through the day.

 Methi Thepla, Thepla Recipe Methi Thepla, Thepla Recipe

10. Omelette is another favourite breakfast option across the world. Most restaurants offer it as a part of their meal plan option. Egg Omelette is preferred by non-vegetarians, but vegetarians do not despair. Try the Veg Cheese Omelette. It’s a family meal time together which is sure to be enjoyed by kids and adults both. Want to make it a more satiating snack? Serve it with toasted bread slices.

11. Dainty Mini Jowar Pancakes can be assembled, cooked and served on the table in just 15 minutes. This snack is healthy too as it makes use of jowar flour and cucumber. As a variation you can substitute cucumber with grated carrots too.

 Mini Jowar Pancakes

 Mini Jowar Pancakes

12. Tomato Upma is a quick tangy upma recipe made from simple everyday ingredients like tomatoes, rava (sooji), onions and Indian spices. tomato upma makes a quick and easy breakfast, with an appetizing aroma and the tangy flavour of tomatoes.

Tomato Upma

Tomato Upma

13. Leftover Idlis can be easily presented in the form of Idli Chilli. Some veggies, a few spices and red chilli sauce is all you need to quickly make this breakfast. It is not just ready within 20 minutes, but this tongue tickling delicacy can be carried in a tiffin box and can be enjoyed with re-heating too!

 Idli Chilli, Chilli Idli, Idli Snack

 Idli Chilli, Chilli Idli, Idli Snack

14. Maharashtrians quickly assemble Upvaas Thalipeeth for breakfast or snack during their fasting days. This is a meal in itself too. Being made with a mix of grated potatoes, rajgira flour and peanuts, it is highly satiating.

Upvaas Thalipeeth

Upvaas Thalipeeth

15. Poha Dhokla which needs no fermentation is also a less than 20 minute breakfast. This recipe requires no fermentation. A green chutney is the best accompaniment to complete this breakfast.

 Poha Dhokla

Poha Dhokla

16. Gujaratis make a simple snack Masala Puri and serve it with chunda. If you wish you can knead the dough and refrigerate it the previous night. So all you have to do is thaw it for 5 minutes, roll puris, fry and serve. This is a tasy breakfast when you do nt have much time on hand to make delicious elaborate breakfast.

Masala Puris Served with Curds and Chunda
Masala Puris Served with Curds and Chunda

17. Gobi Paratha is a famours North Indian breakfast. Served with achaar and dahi. This is sold on the streets of the North India too. This recipe is for all those who wish to start their day with a truly snazzy note. A dollop of ghee or butter while serving enhances their flavour and appeal both.

Gobi Paratha, Punjabi Gobi Paratha

Gobi Paratha, Punjabi Gobi Paratha

18. Corn Poha is another variation to regular Poha. Filling and tasty this is ideal for breakfast for people of all ages. It can be prepared and served without much to do. It’s a convenient breakfast which can be packed and enjoyed even after 2 hours.

 Corn Poha

 Corn Poha

19. Kids will love the interplay of textures and flavours in this Indian style Baked Beans on Toast, especially the combined taste and mouth-feel of mealy baked beans, yummy cheese and tangy tomato ketchup. Even adults would love to indulge in this quick bread and cheese combo breakfast.

 Beans On Toast

 Beans On Toast

20. You can start your day with tangy tasty Cucumber Sandwich. This is so easy that once the stuffing is ready, kids can also help you assembling the breakfast for the entire family. Serve them with a milkshake to make a complete quick satiating 20-minute breakfast meal.

 Cucumber Cottage Cheese Sandwich, Cucumber Paneer Sandwich for Kids

 Cucumber Cottage Cheese Sandwich, Cucumber Paneer Sandwich for Kids

Go ahead and try now these lovely breakfast recipes!!


20 Easy Indian Veg Breakfast Recipes In 20 Minutes



Muesli is a balanced combination of cereals, dry fruits and fresh fruits. It is a complete breakfast by itself as it contains a good dose of protein, calcium, iron, fibre, vitamins and antioxidants. You can mix up all the dry ingredients and stock it in an air-tight container, so you just need to add the chopped fruits and milk when consuming on a time-pressed day!
French Toast – a name that makes people drool the world over – is generally out of the reach of vegetarians as its other name is “Eggy Bread”! It is basically bread that is soaked in beaten eggs, then deep-fried and drizzled with honey. This vegetarian version is just as tasty! Here, we have dipped the bread slices in a mixture of fresh cream and milk sweetened with sugar and thickened with corn flour, instead of the traditional egg-based batter. Another positive twist in this recipe is that it is cooked on a tava rather than deep-fried. Had fresh and hot, topped with honey and cinnamon powder, it is nothing short of a taste of heaven!
bread upma recipe | how to make bread upma | South Indian style bread upma | with 20 amazing images. Bread Upma is one of the peppiest ways to have bread! Although it is a great way to use up leftover bread, many people like it so much that they would go and buy a fresh pack of bread just to make this upma. You can also make bread upma for breakfast when you are bored of having regular rava upma for breakfast and want to give it a change by trying something different. Bread upma is super quick breakfast and easy to make. Even a fresher in the kitchen would not go wrong with this recipe and it is made using basic ingredients that are easily available in every Indian household pantry. how to make bread upma is quite simple, heat the oil in a broad non-stick pan and add the mustard seeds, add the curry leaves. Curry leaves give a unique taste to the bread upma, make sure add the fresh one’s. Further add ginger, garlic, green chilies and onion and sauté. Add the tomatoes, turmeric powder, chilli powder, 2 tbsp of water, mix well and cook on a medium flame for 2 to 3 minutes, while mashing lightly with the help of a ladle. Add the tomato ketchup, lemon juice and salt, mix well and cook on a medium flame for 1 minute, while stirring continuously. Add the bread, mix well and cook on a medium flame for 1 minute, while stirring continuously. Switch off the flame, add the coriander and mix well. Serve South Indian style bread upma hot. Indeed, with desi shades of chillies, onions, tomatoes and spice powders, tempered traditionally, and perked up with tomato ketchup and lemon juice, this bread upma snack is replete with varied flavours that are sure to delight your palate. You will also thoroughly enjoy the unique texture of this bread upma recipe, which can be had as an Indian breakfast or quick evening snack. Enjoy bread upma recipe | how to make bread upma | South Indian style bread upma | with detailed step by step recipe.
moong dal dhokla | Gujarati moong dal dhokla | steamed yellow moong dal dhokla | no fermentation moong dal dhokla | with 24 amazing images. Pucca traditional and perfect to the core, the Moong Dal Dhokla represents everything that dhoklas stand for – sumptuous, tasty and aromatic! A wholesome batter of soaked and ground moong dal is complemented by ingredients like besan, curds and fruit salt to get the ideal texture and flavour. Topped off by an aromatic tempering, the Moong Dal Dhokla becomes a tongue-tickling snack, when matched with peppy green chutney. I would like to share some tips to make the perfect no fermentation moong dal dhokla. 1. Add sugar to batter. Sugar is totally optional but, we want the moong dal dhokla to be like the Nylon khaman dhokla which are sweet hence, we are adding the sugar. 2. Add the asafoetida to the batter. Dals and pulses are a bit difficult to digest, hence a little addition of hing will help in aiding digestion. 3. Add the curd to the batter. We have used homemade curd which will make the yellow moong dal dhokla fluffy and spongy. This traditional Gujarati Farsans can be enjoyed as a snack for Breakfast , High Tea Party or as an acompaniment to the main course. Enjoy how to make moong dal dhokla | Gujarati moong dal dhokla | steamed yellow moong dal dhokla | no fermentation moong dal dhokla | with detailed step by step photos and video below.
If you are used to hurried mornings, then this recipe will soon become your best friend! No need to grind, no need to ferment, but these delicious dosas will be on the table in minutes! A quick batter of whole wheat flour, loaded with miscellaneous veggies, green chillies for spice and coriander for a peppy aroma, lets you make nice, golden brown dosas that will be loved by everybody. Filling and tasty, this Instant Whole Wheat Vegetable Dosa is ideal for breakfast. Relish it with hot sambhar and chutney. Just make sure you serve it immediately after preparation as the dosas might get a little rubbery upon cooling. You can also try other delicious recipes like the Godhuma Dosa and Spinach Dosa .
An off-beat dish, which gives you the satisfaction of eating a homely idli as well as a scrumptious sandwich. Yes, the Stuffed Rava Idli Vegetable Sandwich is an innovative recipe in which the rava idli batter is layered with grated veggies and green chutney and then steamed. Each mouthful of this snack is a delight, as the wholesome, melt-in-the-mouth idlis give way to a crunchy veggie filling, with the peppy flavour of green chutney too. This dish is tasty enough to have as it is, because the rava idli batter is tempered and flavoured well, but for added taste, you can serve it with coconut chutney and sambhar . The Stuffed Rava Idli Vegetable Sandwich is a sumptuous and tasty treat, which is also easy to prepare because you don’t need to grind or ferment the batter – just mix and make!
Khichu is a quick and easy snack, which never fails to sort out a sudden hunger pang! This all-time favourite Gujarati snack has a dough-like consistency and a semi-spicy taste, which is very pleasing to the palate when had hot and fresh. Here is a fabulous khichu made with bajra flour. It has a nice, homely taste that combines beautifully with curds, flavoured with spice powders and an aromatic tempering. Serve the Bajra Khichu with Masala Dahi immediately after preparation as it tends to thicken very fast. Have a go at other bajra based snacks like the Bajra Onion Muthia and Bajra, Rice and Sprouts Moong Puda .
buckwheat pancakes recipe | gluten free buckwheat pancake | kuttu pancake - diabetic snack | with step by step photos. tasty healthy Indian buckwheat pancakes is an Indian style chilla which is nutritious and tasty at the same time. Learn how to make tasty healthy Indian buckwheat pancakes. In this Indian buckwheat pancakes, the not-so-common buckwheat combines with sour low-fat curds and bottle gourd to make iron and fibre-rich gluten free buckwheat pancake. To make buckwheat pancakes, combine the buckwheat and curds with 2 tbsp of water in a deep bowl and mix well. Cover with a lid and keep aside to soak for 1 hour. Blend the buckwheat-curds mixture to a coarse mixture without using any water. Transfer the coarse mixture into a deep bowl, add the ginger-green chilli paste, coriander, turmeric powder, asafoetida, bottle gourd, salt and 1 tbsp of water and mix well. Keep aside. Heat a non-stick tava (griddle) and grease it using 1/8 tsp of oil. Pour a ladleful of the batter on it and spread in a circular motion to make 100 mm. (4”) diameter thick circle. Cook, using 1/8 tsp of oil, till it turns light brown in colour from both the sides. Repeat steps 4 to 6 to make 7 more pancakes. Serve immediately with mint and onion chutney. These kuttu pancake - diabetic have 1.7 g per pancake and thus are a good option as a diabetic snack and also for women with PCOS who intend to achieve weight loss target. Fiber aids in managing blood sugar levels. Buckwheat is also a complete vegetarian food. It has all the 9 essential amino acids which most other grains don’t have. Benefit from 2.1 g of protein per pancake and nourish your cells and tissues. This gluten free buckwheat pancake is a good option for those who cannot tolerate gluten also. Have snack tasty healthy Indian buckwheat pancakes along with Green Chutney or Mint and Onion Chutney for a delicious treat. Tips for buckwheat pancakes. 1. Remember to clean and wash the buckwheat before using as it tends to have dirt particles. 2. Grind to a coarse mixture only to enjoy its texture and mouthfeel. 3. Serving immediately is very important to relish its flavour. Enjoy buckwheat pancakes recipe | gluten free buckwheat pancake | kuttu pancake - diabetic snack | tasty healthy Indian buckwheat pancakes | with step by step images and video below.
high fibre chillas | healthy chillas | buckwheat and oats Indian pancake | no fermentation chilla | with 24 amazing images Here, these scrumptious buckwheat and oats Indian pancake are made from a batter of buckwheat and curds which are then soaked and ground in a mixer. To the batter we add oats, ginger green chilli paste, carrots and spring onions add crunch to these high fibre chillas as well as their share of nutrition too. This batter is then cooked on a non stick tava to make healthy chillas. Let’s see why we love high fibre chillas. Buckwheat keeps your heart healthy and high in fibre and diabetic friendly. Oats are a great source of protein for Vegetarians. It is rich in soluble fibre (to make it good for diabetics), which helps lower blood LDL cholesterol, the so-called "Bad" cholesterol. Curds help in digestion as it has very good bacteria. Probiotics in curds acts as a mild laxative but, in case of diarrhoea and dysentery, it is a boon. When served with low-calorie green chutney, this high fibre chillas meal is sure to make a smile bloom on your face. Healthy chiilas and pancakes for breakfast is always a good way to start the day. buckwheat and oats Indian pancake gives a lot of room for innovation too, as you can add your favourite veggies, greens or other ingredients to make it as exciting as you want. Enjoy high fibre chillas | healthy chillas | buckwheat and oats Indian pancake | no fermentation chilla with detailed step by step photos.
cheese and spring onion sandwich recipe | spring onion cheese sandwich | creamy cheese and spring onion sandwich | with amazing 16 photos. We have got you a luscious recipe that is cheese and spring onion sandwich, every bite of it offers a burst of flavours, and nothing short of ecstasy! Cheese spread and mayonnaise make an exciting stuffing for sandwiches together with crunchy capsicums and spring onions, held together with milk, and flavoured with garlic and red chilli flakes. For making the stuffing for spring onion and cheese sandwich we have mixed cheese spread, chopped spring onions, mayonnaise, bell peppers, little milk which is completely optional, also some red chilli flakes and garlic to enhance the taste. Thereafter, we have toasted the breads in a pop-up toaster, apply butter on the breads and spread the prepared stuffing evenly on a bread and sandwich it with another bread and our cheese and spring onion sandwich is ready! Cut it into half and it is ready to be gulped down! Who doesn’t love sandwiches? Sandwiches are great any time of the day!! You can have sandwich for breakfast, quick lunch, evening snack and even for dinner. Sandwiches always come as saviors when you need to hurry up somewhere and have no time for complex cooking. You can carry sandwiches when you are travelling to work or even out for a road trip. There are many ways to make and enjoy veg sandwich recipes, like cheese sandwiches, toasted sandwiches and grilled sandwiches. This cheese and spring onion sandwich is ready, with its rich mouth-feel and irresistible aroma, is both a sumptuous and tasteful treat! Treat your kids with this amazing sandwich. Enjoy how to make cheese and spring onion sandwich recipe | spring onion cheese sandwich | creamy cheese and spring onion sandwich | with detailed step by step photos and video below.
batata poha recipe | Maharashtrian style batata poha | aloo kanda poha | Gujarati style bateta poha | with amazing 18 images. An all-time favourite Maharashtrian snack and Gujarati snack, batata poha has a universal appeal amongst youngsters and elders alike. Everybody has a reason for loving this delicious snack – its wholesomeness, convenience, enjoyable flavour or unique texture. Poha is a supremely breakfast recipe made with flat beaten rice, every household has their own version of making poha. Batata poha can be quickly made and can be served on any occasion. If you have guests popping up suddenly, you can definitely make poha in a jiffy. Method of cooking is also very simple. Maharashtrian style batata poha and Gujarati style bateta poha can be also served as an evening tea snack. To make Batata poha, take oil in a deep non-stick pan and add the mustard seeds. Add the asafoetida and sauté on a medium flame for a few seconds. Add the onions and sauté on a medium flame for 1 to 2 minutes. Add the potatoes, 2 tbsp of water, salt and 1/2 tsp of turmeric powder which gives the beautiful color to the poha. While stirring occasionally. Meanwhile, place the beaten rice in a sieve and hold it under running water for a few seconds. Toss well to drain out all excess water. Add the washed and drained beaten rice, a little salt, ginger-green chilli paste, remaining 1/4 tsp of turmeric powder, sugar, lemon juice and milk. Milk will help in making the poha soft. Add the coriander and mix well. Serve Gujarati style bateta poha hot garnished with coriander and lemon wedge. The Maharashtrian style batata poha is equally simple and easy to make. It has peanuts which adds a nutty flavor and crunch to the poha. You will thoroughly enjoy the bites of potatoes and onions dancing between the soft poha in this recipe which is also known as aloo kanda poha, while the traditional tempering, ginger-chilli paste and lemon juice add to the flavour. Many Maharashtrians garnish the Batata poha with coconut and coriander to enhance the flavour and texture of this lovely Maharashtrian style batata poha snack. While batata poha tastes best when had hot and fresh, it can also be carried in the tiffin box. Enjoy batata poha recipe | Maharashtrian style batata poha | aloo kanda poha | Gujarati style bateta poha | with detailed step by step photos and video below.
The tangy taste of green chutney balances the blandness of paneer very well in this sandwich, while cucumber provides a refreshing touch. Indeed, the Cucumber Cottage Cheese Sandwich is a perfect snack on-the-go. Served along with Date and Apple Shake is sure to keep the kids satiated till lunch break.
beans on toast recipe | Indian style baked beans on toast | with 23 amazing images. beans on toast is a sumptuous open toast, which features canned baked beans, capsicum and cheese. Herby and spicy seasonings boost the flavour of this sandwich, while spring onions give it an exotic flavour and exciting crunch. Kids will love the interplay of textures and flavours in this Indian style baked beans on toast snack, especially the combined taste and mouth-feel of mealy baked beans, yummy cheese and tangy tomato ketchup. When you kids come home from school serve beans on toast with a glass Choco Shake to keep them going till dinner time. Besides Beans On Toast there are many more recipes using baked beans in our collection like Baked Jacket Potatoes with Baked Beans and Cheese , Baked Beans with Buttered Rice , Nachos with Salsa and Baked Beans , Baked Beans Soup with Cheese Balls and Baked Bean Hot Dog Roll to name a few. Enjoy how to make beans on toast recipe | Indian style baked beans on toast | with detailed step by step photos and video below.
idli chilli recipe | chilli idli | idli chilli fry | with 22 amazing images. idli chilli is a unique recipe that you can make using leftover idlis. The best results are achievable using cold idlis so, if you have idlis left from breakfast or dinner then you can transform them into tongue-tickling chilly idli. Here is how you can transform one of the most common South Indian breakfast recipe – Idli, into an appetizing idli chilli party starter. If you have some leftover idlis, cut them into cubes, sauté in oil and inject some Oriental style excitement into it, with vinegar, soya and other sauces, and chunky veggies too. Not just youngsters but adults too, are sure to enjoy this idli chilli. Notes to make the perfect idli chilli recipe. 1. If you are making fresh batch of idlis, then refrigerate for at least half an hour so they consume less oil and do not stick to each other on frying. We have taken 7 medium sized idli which yeilds 2 cups. 2. For making the Idli Chilli recipe, cut the idli into cubes. Also, you can cut them into thick strips. 3. Sauté on a medium flame for 1 more minute. We want the vegetables to be crunchy and not brown or soft. Add the tomato ketchup and sugar. It provides a tangy, sweet flavour to the chilly idli recipe. 4. Mix gently so the sauces coat the Idli Chilli well. Do not cook for more time or else the idlis will turn soggy and not stay crispy. Learn to make idli chilli recipe | chilli idli | idli chilli fry | with step by step photos and video below.
masala puris with curds | masala puris for breakfast | deep fried masala puris | with 16 amazing images. A simple dough of whole wheat flour is pepped up with everyday spice powders and then deep fried, which give the deep fried masala puris a fabulous flavour. These flavour-packed masala puris with curds are perfect to have for breakfast when you are in the mood for something traditional, but don’t have enough time to prepare an elaborate spread with accompaniments and all. The masala puris for breakfast are so tasty that you can just serve them with curd and Chunda to make a satiating breakfast. Enjoy masala puris with curds | masala puris for breakfast | deep fried masala puris | with detaield step by step photos.
gobi paratha recipe | Punjabi gobi paratha | gobi ka paratha | cauliflower paratha | with 20 amazing images. Gobi paratha is a dish wish a universal appeal! While North Indians like to have this Punjabi paratha any time of the day, for breakfast, Indian lunch or dinner, South Indian too have borrowed this dish from the north and incorporated it into their supper and dinner menus. gobi ka paratha is also a very famous Indian street food which is mostly available and sold in the morning. What makes these whole wheat Punjabi gobi paratha so appealing is the soft and tasty filling of cauliflower flavoured with spicy green chillies and crunchy onions. Green chillies spike up the flavor of the Gobi paratha stuffing, while coriander adds up the freshness. You can add amchur or chaat masala which would give it an enjoyable tinge of tanginess. To make gobi paratha, first knead a semi-stiff dough. For stuffing, heat ghee in a pan add cumin seeds, add onions and green chillies which can be adjusted according to the preference, add grated cauliflower. Further, we have added little water which would help us cook the cauliflower and it will prevent the mixture from drying out and burning. Further, add coriander for freshness. Mix well and stuffing is ready. To proceed, divide dough, roll into a small roti. Place it in the center of the rolled roti and pull all the sides together. Flatten it and roll into a paratha. Place it on a greased tava and cook on both the sides of cauliflower paratha using ghee until golden brown and crisp. gobi ka paratha taste best when served hot with pickles/achaar and curds, but they may also be carried in a dabba. To the Punjabi gobi paratha, add dollop of ghee or fresh Homemade White Butter and with a tall glass of lassi would be a great option! Enjoy gobi paratha recipe | Punjabi gobi paratha | gobi ka paratha | cauliflower paratha | with detailed step by step photos and video below.
corn poha recipe | corn poha for a healthy heart | quick sweet corn poha | with amazing 16 images. Poha can be thought of as our desi breakfast cereal! All over India, it is a very popular breakfast choice. Cooked it different ways, poha is satiating and tasty. Here, we show you how to make a tangy Corn Poha. With a traditional tempering and everyday taste-makers like green chillies, lemon juice and coriander, the Corn Poha has a homely yet snazzy taste. Corn poha is so wholesome and tasty that you can make it any time of the day, as breakfast, supper or a simple evening tea snack. The corn poha recipe is super quick and easy to make. The procedure of making corn poha is very simple. All you need to do is boil corn and soak poha side by side and keep it ready!! quick sweet corn poha is made with flat beaten rice, every Indian household has their own version of making poha. Corn poha can be quickly made and can be served on any occasion. Method of cooking is also very simple. To make corn poha, take oil in a non-stick kadhai, add oil and mustard seeds. Add onions to give a crunch to the sweet corn poha. Add sweet corn. Further, add soaked and drained poha. Add sugar which is optional, salt, green chilli paste which can be adjusted according to your preference of spice, lemon juice and coriander. Mix well and lastly add milk, which helps in softening the poha. Our corn poha is ready to be served!! Before serving corn poha, garnish it with onions, tomatoes, sev and coriander leaves! Poha makes a convenient and nourishing breakfast option. Replace potatoes with sweet corn to give your poha a new twist and top with a range of crunchy and colourful toppings. Is corn poha healthy for heart patients and pregnant women? Yes as the recipe uses poha and sweet corn. High iron count (2.67 mg in a cup) of poha. Most people prefer eating poha for breakfast. The reason behind it is its high carb count. Poha helps us accomplish nearly 5% of potassium requirement which will control blood pressure and sustain cardiac health and further aids in controlling blood cholesterol too. Sweet corn in a rich in fibre. The high vitamin B3 – 2.61 mg / cup is known to reduce cholesterol levels in body and in turn promote heart health. Sweet corn is good for pregnancy as high folate content and antioxidants - lutein is good for the foetus. Avoid the Sev in the recipe and drop the sugar as its optional. Poha can be used to make other interesting snacks like Poha Dhokla, Poha and Sprouted Vatana Samosa and Poha Bhajias. Enjoy corn poha recipe | corn poha for a healthy heart | quick sweet corn poha | with detailed step by step photos below.
upvaas thalipeeth recipe | rajgira faraali thalipeeth | Maharashtrian upvaas thalipeeth | with 20 amazing images. A satiating thalipeeth made of rajgira flour (amaranth flour) is the perfect food to have on a fasting day. Thalipeeth, a spicy and savoury pancake, popular in Western India is loaded with nutrition. Maharashtrian upvaas thalipeeth is an all-time favourite Maharashtrian dish, which is often had for breakfast or supper. With a few small tweaks like using sendha namak instead of sea salt, it is also used to sustain oneself on a fasting day. Popular during fasts, it's also well known as rajgira thalipeeth faraal food. It is mostly had during fasting days like Navratri, Ekadashi and Mahashivratri. Upvas thalipeeth is quick and easy to make, take rajgira flour also known as amaranth flour in a deep bowl. Add the peeled and grated raw potatoes. Potatoes act as binding agent for your upvaas thalipeeth. Grated Potatoes are added as they give a nice mouthfeel but if you want, you can add boiled potatoes and mashed potatoes instead. Add coarsely crushed peanut for the crunch. Add green chilli paste according to your preference of spice. We have used rock salt as this is a rajgira upvas thalipeeth . Further, add coriander, enough water and knead into a soft dough. Heat a non-stick tava, grease your hands with ghee. Place a portion of the dough on the tava (griddle) and pat it evenly with greased fingers to form a 100 mm. (4”) diameter circle. Be gentle when you are patting it to prevent cracks in your upvaas thalipeeth. You will not be able to roll the dough as it would be too sticky to be rolled out. You can either pat it on the tava directly or pat it between 2 thick plastic sheets and then place it onto the tava. Cook properly from both the sides and serve Maharashtrian upvaas thalipeeth with green faraali chutney!! Perked up with grated potatoes and crushed peanuts, not to forget some lemon juice and green chilli paste, the rajgira faraali thalipeeth is a real treat to your palate too. Remember to season your upvaas thalipeeth with rock salt, and garnish generously with chopped coriander for a perky aroma! Serve it hot with tasty green chutney. If you are looking for more upvas recipes using rajgira flour then check out our other recipes like Farali Dosa, Khandvi, Rajgira Paratha Canapés and Farali Puranpoli. Enjoy upvaas thalipeeth recipe| rajgira upvas thalipeeth | Maharashtrian upvaas thalipeeth | with detailed step by step photos and video below.
poha dhokla recipe | quick poha dhokla | instant poha dhokla | with 26 amazing images. Our poha dhokla recipe is a instant poha dhokla with no soaking and no fermentation required. poha dhokla is made from easily available ingredients like poha, sooji and curds. Feel like having dhoklas for breakfast? You can whip them up instantly by using beaten rice, which requires no soaking or fermenting. You can whip instant poha dhokla up instantly by using beaten rice, which requires no soaking or fermenting. These quick poha dhoklas also make a good tiffin option since they do not need reheating. Green chutney balances the not-so-spicy poha dhokla. Notes and tips on poha dhokla. 1. We have used approximately 3/4 cup of jada poha, also known as thick beaten rice, which will give us 1/2 cup of coarsely crushed poha. 2. Take a deep bowl and add the curd to it. Curd makes the poha dhokla soft and pleasant to eat. 3. Mix batter well with a whisk or a spoon till smooth. Using a whisk is better as it removes all the lumps easily. 4. To the batter, add the semolina. Semolina is also called sooji or rava. Rava acts as a binding agent here so that the dhokla doesn’t break away. 5. Just before steaming, add the fruit salt to the prepared poha dhokla batter. Fruit salt is sold in the market under the brand 'eno'. It is due to this ingredeint that that dhokla rises and becomes fluffy. 6. When the bubbles form, start mixing gently. It is important to not mix vigorously. If you do so, the fruit salt will lose all its power, and the dhoklas will not rise. Check out our other filling and tasty quick breakfast recipes like Jowar Upma , Rice and Cucumber Pancakes , Almond Banana Smoothie and many more. Learn to make poha dhokla recipe | quick poha dhokla | instant poha dhokla | with detailed step by step photos and video below.
tomato upma recipe | tomato rava upma | South Indian tomato upma | with 18 amazing images. tomato upma recipe is a quick tangy upma recipe made from simple everyday ingredients like tomatoes, rava (sooji), onions and Indian spices. tomato upma makes a quick and easy breakfast , with an appetizing aroma and the tangy flavour of tomatoes. Notes and tips to make the perfect tomato upma. 1. Blend to a smooth pulp. Keep aside. Always make use of red plump tomatoes to get a pleasant tangy flavour. 2. Add urad dal. For an added crunch, you can toss in some cashew nuts, peanuts or chana dal. 3. Add any veggies of your choice like capsicum, peas, corn, carrots to enhance the flavour of tomato rava upma. 4. Add semolina. Many people even roast rava until aromatic and golden before using while making upma. Roasting the semolina prevents the formation of lumps. 5. Add the prepared tomato pulp. Alternatively, you can even chop the tomatoes and add to the pan. You can reduce or increase the quantity of tomato as per your taste. 6. Add 3 cups of hot water. It is important to stir continuously to prevent the formation of lumps. Don’t forget to add sugar while making tomato rava upma. Sugar helps in balancing the tangy flavour from tomatoes. tomato upma tastes so awesome because of the traditional tempering and the characteristic flavour of tomatoes. Serve tomato upma immediately. The semolina absorbs water and thickens as it cools forming a lumpy mass so, upma tastes best when savoured immediately. You can drizzle some ghee on top and eat the tomato upma with coconut chutney or podi chutney. You can also try other Upma recipes like Oats Upma and Ragi Upma. Learn to make tomato upma recipe | tomato rava upma | South Indian tomato upma | with step by step photos below.

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