Easy & Healthy Indian Breakfast Recipes

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  1. umasivasankar

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    here am posting my breakfast dosa with soya chunks kuruma.my DH likes this combo.soya has rich in protein and highly nutritional

    recipe:
    for dosa batter
    idli rice-400gms
    urad dal-100gms

    1.soak rice and urad dhal for 2-3hrs n grind it .leave it overnight for fermentation.
    2.make dosa

    SOYA CHUNKS KURUMA
    soya chunks-5-6nos
    ginger garlic paste-1tsp
    onion(grinded)-2nos
    tomato(grinded)-2nos
    bay leaf-1
    kasoori methi-1tsp
    fennel-1tsp
    chilli powder-1tsp
    garam masala-1/2tsp
    salt-as needed
    TO GRIND
    grated coconut-2tsp
    cashews-4nos
    fennel-1tsp
    khuskhus-1tsp
    pepper-4-5balls
    procedure
    boil the soya chunks in hot water n squeeze and keep it aside
    in a pan pour oil,add g&g paste,onion and tomato paste one by one
    add chilli powder,garam masala n salt
    add grinded paste n add soya chunks
    garnish it with coriander(u can add lemon drops ifu want)
    it seems lenthy but its a quick dish.it takes 10 mins to prepare
     

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  2. deepv

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    Uma,healthy,yummy soya chunks kurma...will make next week when I plan for dosa.
     
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  3. umasivasankar

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    try for sure,it tastes like set dosa with vadacurry
     
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    Wondeful presentation Sreekutty of the humble upma.
     
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    Everydaybloom, nice healthy breakfast it is.

    pinky6, that is a nice flavourful indian pancake!

    Shanvy, enjoyed your twin idlies. surely it is a hit! enjoyed the combo, more with molagapodi. nice dark color podi you got.

    sreekutty, moulded dhokla is very good. so is the lovely yellow upma square.

    Umasivasankar, kurma & dosa rocks!
     
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    If you are looking for a healthy breakfast, a cool happy salad will do it for you if you know the trick of making it interesting and tasty.

    chickpea salad-1.jpg

    Sharing with you once such simple salad enriched with legume to give you a good start for the day! It is Colorful, filling, light as well as healthy!


    Ingredients : (serves : 1)


    1. Boiled Chickpea - 1/2 cup
    2. Yellow Bell pepper - 2 tbsp
    3. Red Bell Pepper - 2 tbsp
    4. Green bell pepper - 2 tbsp
    5. Onion - 1No. sliced
    6. Coriander leaves - 1 tsp
    7. Olive oil - 1 tsp
    8. Garlic finely chopped - 1 tbsp
    9. Lemon juice - 1 tsp
    10. Salt to taste
    11. Pepper powder - a pinch
    12. Ice berg lettuce leaf (optional)

    Procedure :-


    • Soak & cook chickpea adding salt, till tender

    • Dice the bell peppers

    • Slice the onion thinly

    • Finely chop coriander leaves

    • Heat oil in a wok, add finely chopped garlic and fry it for 30 seconds in low flame.

    • add the cubed bell peppers, boiled chick pea and toss it for a minute in medium flame. switch off the flame.

    • Add onion slices, lemon juice, pepper powder, salt. Mix well

    • Place a iceberg lettu leaf on serving bowl / plate

    • Transfer the chickpea mixture to the lettuce leaf, sprinkle coriander leaves on top and serve.
     
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    colorful and healthy salad...
     
  8. Shanvy

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    mira lovely colorful salad and worthy of being a brunch..

    sreekutty and uma wonderful clicks and recipes.
     
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    Dear Sreekutty,


    At any point do we need to add water to this? I need to reduce my cholesterol level and am on the lookout for a healthy bfast! THanks
     
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    if i am not made fun, i would say as my granny used to say nothing is more healthier than a day old rice soaked in water to which curds are added, eaten with small shallots, dry mango or vathalkuzhambu.

    coming to today's breakfast mine is a simple but a wholesome food that can be eaten by 10 months to 70 year old.the humble health porridge.. cooked.

    we eat it with curds, and nothing more. while my fil has it with milk and sugar. this mix can be made into laddoos, cookies, idlis, dosas and much more..

    the ingredients..

    100gms each of

    ragi millet
    finger millet (kambu)
    wheat
    jowar

    50 gms each of
    horsegram
    greengram
    corn/maize
    soya
    barley
    roasted chana dal
    Peanuts
    sago
    black urad dal.

    10gms or a fist of
    brown rice
    10 almonds
    10gms of flax seeds.
    5 elaichi/cardamom if you like.
    1tsp of ajwain-carrom seeds.

    all roasted and ground to a fine powder..

    and another healthy breakfast, is the one in my blog..
    Ragi, benefits and a farmer's breakfast/dieter's whole some food - Blogs - IndusLadies
     

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