Top 10 Delicious Indian Breakfast That You Can Try

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It is a matter of the fact that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It gives you the energy to go about your day, run errands, and a good breakfast can make your day. In the ever-changing world and the fast-paced lives, people grab whatever comes in handy and do not pay attention to having a healthy start to the morning. If we talk about Western culture, their breakfast includes pancakes, sausages, bacon and eggs, which is rich in calories, and the same can be applied to Indian culture. Our breakfasts are healthy, nutritious, wholesome and yet delicious. They are full of nutrients, quite easy to make and a delight. We have prepared a list of Top 10 Delicious Indian Breakfast that you can try and will love!

Oats Idli

Idli is a soft, steamed, savoury cake made from rice and lentil batter but to add a healthy twist, you can make idlis with oats. Not only is it nutritious but extremely delicious as well. It hails from South India and is a staple food for them. You can include a variety of chutneys like fresh coconut chutney and Sambar. Idli’s batter usually requires some time to be ready, but Oats Idli is a great option for people running short on time. Fresh and healthy breakfast option!

Poha

Poha is a great breakfast option because many vegetables and herbs can be included, making for a delicious meal. The word ‘poha’ is itself flattened rice. Usually, onions, spices, groundnuts and herbs go in the recipe, but you can improvise according to your taste. It is a wholesome and healthy meal with a good source of carbohydrates, iron, fibre and vitamins.

Dal Ka Paratha

Now Parathas are hella delicious, and literally, any vegetable can be turned into a yummy paratha. Be it aloo, gobi, methi, palak, paneer – they’re all great paratha options, but you know we have yet another yummy option for you that will not only put leftover dal to use but will be lip-smacking as well, and it is Dal ka Paratha. Stuff the leftover dal in the dough and pair the parathas with curd and pickle, and voila, delicious breakfast is ready.

Thepla

Thepla is a Gujarati breakfast and is a soft flatbread made with wheat flour, besan, methi and other herbs. It is an appetizing breakfast choice and best to enjoy with some hot tea.

Cheela

Cheela can be made with besan, moong dal or any such ingredient. It makes for a mouth-watering meal, and spruce it with some coriander chutney or pickle as you like. To make it more delicious, you can stuff some paneer and this way; you can make it 10 times healthier.

Masala Omelette

Eggs are healthy, but it doesn’t mean you have to eat them boiled or scrambled to maintain the ‘healthy’ tag. You can make a spicy combination of eggs with onions, tomatoes, your favourite spices and enjoy it with some toasted bread.

Namkeen Seviyan

Namkeen Seviyan was like the ultimate Maggie scam in our childhood, but this snack is truly underrated. Meethi Seviyan is good for Eid, but Namkeen Seviyan can be added as a delicious breakfast option on your menu. Put your favourite veggies, spices, herbs and enjoy as you like.

Uttapam

Uttapam is prepared using rice and lentils made into a thick batter, and vegetables like onions and tomatoes are added. It is flavorful, easy to make and a great breakfast option. Best enjoyed with onion, tomato or mint chutney.

Poha Salad

Poha, but make it 10 times more healthy and fresh by adding cucumber, tomatoes, lettuce, pomegranate and make it tastier. This way, it becomes low in calories and great in taste.

Upma

Upma is a delectable South Indian breakfast dish that can be made from rava, oats and wheat. You can add your favourite veggies and herbs to it, and a steaming hot delicious breakfast is ready!