Top 5 Indian Breakfast Ideas

Breakfast is considered to be the most important meal, as you start your day with it. But there are times when breakfast is skipped because of shortage of time. So here we are providing you a list of top 10 Indian breakfast ideas with which you can save your time and still don’t skip the breakfast.

Every Indian state has its own cuisine. So the breakfast varies from state to state. In North India, different varieties of Paranthas are popular for breakfast. Whereas, Idli, Dosa, Rava Uttapam are popular in South India.

Regardless of these differences, here is a list of top 10 breakfast ideas everyone can make with ease and in less time.

  • Aloo Prantha – Aloo prantha is among the most popular Indian breakfast. It is whole wheat flat bread stuffed with a spiced potato stuffing. Aloo prantha is the most parantha recipe among various prantha recipes. The aloo prantha can be served with pickle, curd or butter. There are several other popular pranthas you can try including: paneer prantha, onion prantha, gobhi prantha etc.

Aloo Prantha - Indian Breakfast Ideas

 

  • Besan Cheela – The besan cheela is another healthy and famous Indian breakfast. It is a pancake made with gram flour, herbs and spices. You can also add grated vegetables to make it more nutritious. It is a quick and easy to make breakfast option that will save your time but will not compromise with your health.

Besan Cheela - Indian Breakfast Ideas

 

  • Dalia – Dalia is cracked wheat or broken wheat boiled in milk. It is very healthy and is used in Indian homes very often. Dalia is made sweet with milk and is also call sweet porridge.

Dalia - India Breakfast Ideas

 

  • Bread Pakora – Bread pakora is often made for breakfast in Indian homes. The popular breakfast snack of bread is stuffed with mashed potatoes, veggies or paneer (cheese).

Bread Pakora - Indian Breakfast Ideas

 

  • Roti-Sabzi Combo – Rotis (flat bread) are very popular and are made in almost every kitchen throughout entire India. Dry sabjis are usually made for breakfast to accompany rotis. These dry sabjis are quick to make and are very healthy too.

 

Roti and Sabji - Indian Breakfast Ideas

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