Breakfast,

Top 10 Famous Breakfast Items Of India

04:51 Srikanth Rajkumar 0 Comments

All happiness depends on a leisurely breakfast”, and since nothing screams morning glory quite like some crispy vadas and butter-y dosas - I've compiled our 10 best Indian breakfast recipes just for you. From kids to adults, the indian breakfast is an all-time favorite ranging from the humble upma to chennai' s popular idli sambar served with a delicious vegetable stew.
Medu Vada
Medu vada is a South Indian fritter made from Vigna mungo. It is usually made in a doughnut shape, with a crispy exterior and soft interior. A popular food item in South Indian and Sri Lankan Tamil cuisines, it is generally eaten as a breakfast or a snack.
Masala dosa
Masala dosa is a popular South Indian breakfast snack not only in India but abroad as well. Though making masala dosa is a long process, but it's worth it. In this recipe, the dosa is crisp and served with delicious potato masala. Recipe post shares both the method of preparing dosa batter as well as the potato masala. If you do not have time, then skip making the potato masala and just make the sada dosa (plain dosa) with coconut chutney.
Idli
Idli is a soft, pillowy steamed savory cake made from rice and lentil batter. The lentils used in making idli are urad dal (black gram). Idli is a traditional breakfast made in every South Indian household including mine. Idli is popular not only in the whole of India but outside India too. Idlis are naturally vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free and make for one of the healthiest breakfast.
Upma
Upma is a traditional South Indian breakfast dish made from rava (sooji or cream of wheat). Upma is usually served with coconut chutney.
Rava Dosa
Another popular South Indian dosa variety. The best part of making instant Rava dosa is that it does not require any fermentation and is very easy to make. you can make the Rava dosa plain or you can spice it up by adding chopped onions, curry leaves, herbs, and spices.
Poori masala
The combo of pooris with potato curry is popular all over India. This South Indian potato masala gravy taste awesome not only with pooris but also goes very well with dosa or chapatis. at times I also make this Maharashtrian style poori bhaji and Punjabi aloo poori recipe. aloo poori is liked all over India and is made in different ways.
Chapati
It is a popular Indian flatbread made with wheat flour. Easy chapati recipe that anyone can make at home that yields soft and puffy chapati. It is a staple and made of really simple ingredients: wheat flour, salt, and water.
Vada Pav
Vada pav is one of the most humble street food of Mumbai, yet it is tasty and delicious. Wada pav basically has Batata vada which is sandwiched between two slices of a pav, along with sweet chutney, green chutney and dry garlic chutney. I have had vada pav in many places in Mumbai right from my childhood. Even today when I go to Mumbai, I do make sure to have vada pav there. However on occasions I do make them at home.Vegan
Poha
Poha is a popular Maharashtrian breakfast recipe made from red or white flattened rice, herbs and spices. Low Fat, Gluten-Free and Vegan.
Sandwich
Sandwich makes for a quick breakfast or snack when you are short of time or want to eat something in hurry. Sandwich are quick and easy to make and does not require much cooking expertise. Even bachelors can make it easily. During my schooling in Mumbai, I used to have Mumbai veg sandwich quite often. You can serve most sandwiches with tomato sauce or coriander chutney or mint chutney.

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