The best possible outcome when a Southern classic meets a South indian classic at the breakfast table ! Spicy and sweet, soft on the inside and a tad crispy outside, bread upma is a delicious way to enjoy bread! We love it, hope you do too !
A flatbread with the goodness of fresh fenugreek leaves/methi, whole wheat flour and mildly seasoned makes for a great breakfast, lunch or dinner. Easy to make and packs a ton of flavor!
Aloo Paratha is the epitome of delicious Indian Flat breads! Mashed potatoes, seasoned right and stuffed into chapati dough, griddle-fried in oil/ ghee, then dunked in chilled yogurt and devoured like one has been starving for eons! Aloo Paratha ~ 3 ways!
A mild, tangy, sweet and fragrant tomato chutney, that is easy to make and goes well with anything you like – dosai, idli, chapathi, rice, etc.,. A quick and delicious Vegan Tomato chutney recipe.
Thin wheat noodles called Vermicelli/ Semiya, cooked with South Indian flavors makes the Semiya Upma. A quick fix meal, that is simple yet tasty. Add a ton of veggies, some peanuts and call it a yummy complete meal. Wash it down with some chilled buttermilk and feel absolutely satiated !
Dosas..the savory crepes of Southern India are another versatile dish that makes a frequent appearance in homes like ours. This is a quick, no ferment, easy, low carb, high protein and gluten free recipe that is tasty and pleases the kid palates as well! Win Win !
Milagu aval upma or peppery poha upma is a quick and easy breakfast or tiffin item made from flattened rice. It is a very filling and nutritious item. Very popular item in the Tamil cuisine. No onion, no garlic, a generous sprinkle of brushed black pepper and some shredded coconut to elevate the taste.
What do you get when you combine a crispy potato hash and the nutritious, nutty and soft poha? Batata poha, Maharashtra’s famous breakfast item that is a universal favorite…mine as well. Delicious and nutritious, one of the best vegetarian Indian breakfast I enjoy !!