Masala Oats was something that I fell in love with during the lockdown and has become a staple breakfast in my home ever since. Well, I have a like (note I don’t say love) and hate relationship with oats. There are days when I like them and then there are days when I just can’t...
Tandalachi Ukad is Maharashtrian Rice Flour Porridge eaten as breakfast.
All you need as accompaniment is some ghee or peanut oil on top; and of course some chai.
Tarri Poha is a popular breakfast in the Nagpur region on Maharashtra. It is essentially Kanda Pohe served with a spicy kala chana gravy.
I learnt the recipe for this scrumptious breakfast from my friend Mohna Parate.
I made this Poha with Moong Sprouts at the recommendation of a nutritionist friend to add some protein to my breakfast.
This Moong Sprouts Poha makes for a filling breakfast and quite a change from the usual poha recipes.
I learnt this recipe for Idli Upkari from Anupama Michael, my friend from school days.
It is a simple stir-fry made with idlis, and is flavoured with onion, tomato, green chilli and coconut. It is the perfect tea-time snack or breakfast.
Making a hotel-style crisp and lacy rava dosa is rather easy. You just need to get the batter right and have some patience.
My father is a legend at making the perfect Rava Dosa and I have included all the tips & tricks I have learnt from him in this post.
Tomato Upma is a breakfast that I make often at home. It is very easy to make and a change from the traditional upma.
With this recipe, you can make the perfect tomato Upma at home.
Sindhi Koki is a thick wheat roti flavoured with green chilli, cumin and pomegranate seeds.
It is the ultimate soul food for the Sindhi Community and can be enjoyed as breakfast or lunch.
In Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, Idlis are often made with Idli Rava or Rice Rava.
In this post, you will find a detailed recipe to make the perfect batter and the perfect soft white idlis.
Kanchipuram Idli is a special kind of idli that is served as prasadam in the famous Varadaraja Perumal Temple in Kanchi.
It has a distinctive flavour because of the spices used in the tempering that is added to the batter.