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Set Dosa

This a typical Bangalore  and Karnataka speciality. It is called a “set” since normally you get a set of 3 dosas. Set dosa is serves with a mixed vegetable saagu and some chutney – either coconut or dhaniya/podina green chutney or tomato chutney. These dosas are very soft and quickly soak up the saagu. It [...]

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Dahi Vada

A good breakfast option it is low on calories and high on iron, phosphorus and dietary fibers. The curds makes it easy on the stomach. A great starter or a cold appetizer, Dahi Wada, is a popular North Indian street food fare. Basically, dahi vadas are lentil (black gram/urad dal) based savory balls which are smothered [...]

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Dhokla

A very typical Gujarati dish, it a very tasty nutritious breakfast option. Made from rice and chickpeas (channa dal). It is very low on oil and easily digestible since the cooking is by steaming. Generally eaten as a snack, it is mostly served with roughly chopped onions, sev, fried chillies sprinkled with salt and  lasoon (garlic) chutney. [...]

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Aloo Paratha

A speciality of  northern India, parathas can be made from a plain no stuffing paratha to a light stuffed paratha depending upon one’s taste. Again if cooked with less oil, it is also a low calorie breakfast option that can be served with plain curd, pickle and green chutney. Aloo Paratha is a favourite in [...]

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Poha

Poha (flattened rice) can also be a healthy breakfast option for children and working people. Poha is gluten-free and it prevents iron deficiency. Flattened rice (also called beaten rice) is a dehusked rice which is flattened into flat light dry flakes.They are most famously known as "Pohe" in malwa region, also they are considered to be originated [...]

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Upma

Made with semolina ( Rava), upma, if prepared with less oil, can prove to be a good source of protein. Semolina is naturally low in fat and therefore makes for a good weight loss breakfast option. Upma or Uppuma or Uppittu is a common South Indian  breakfast dish, cooked as a thick porridge from dry roasted semolina or coarse rice flour. Various seasonings and/or vegetables are often [...]

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Veg / Egg Roti Roll

This is a very popular street food available in most parts of India. Sometimes called kathi rolls, it is a very popular snack and quick bite. The stuffing is usually mixed vegetables - onions, capsicum, potatoes, mushrooms,carrots etc. You can also have a egg roti roll - which is basically an omelette inside the roti. [...]

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Adai

Adai is a traditional South Indian recipe made with made with the combination of different lentils and rice. Adai is most often served as a tiffin dish for breakfast or dinner. With a little bit of planning, you can make your breakfast wholesome with these delicious high protein crepes. Serve the Adai along with Sweet [...]

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Anda bhurji

Anda bhurji is probably India's answer to the ever famous scrambled eggs. Sauteed onions and tomatoes combined with chillies and other spices make a delightful high protein breakfast with toast or a wholesome and delicious lunch or dinner with a parantha.

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Tomato & Onion Uttapam

Tomato and Onion Uttapam is yet another classic South Indian Breakfast item. Similar to dosas, but made thicker, giving them a soft and fluffy texture, Uttapams are usually served with a variety of toppings or stuffings. Regular Dosa Batter may be used to make uttapam and a choice of toppings can vary from onions to [...]

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