Five Healthy And Easy To Make Indian Breakfast Options

Time and again we have been told by the dietitians and nutrition experts that Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, hence it should be given utmost priority. No matter how busy your morning schedule is, it is very important to have a good first meal of the day.

Here we enlist 5 Indian Breakfast options that can be made in a jiffy, are wholesome and will give your day a good and healthy kick start. And yes, don’t doubt us when we call them healthy as they are very much so if made in a moderate amount of cooking oil and taken in a moderate portion.

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Aloo Paratha:

Don’t imagine a heavy fried version of stuffed Aloo Paratha with oodles of butter. Aloo Paratha is a very healthy and filling early morning breakfast sans butter, you can instead have it with curd or pickle. It is a simple and easy to prepare flatbread and is a very good option for morning breakfast.

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Idli:

Don’t fret, we too know that making Idli’s is easy but its accompaniment Sambhar is not. So what we suggest here is, to make Instant Idlis for the breakfast and have it with coconut chutney, tomato chutney, Idli podi or some ketchup.

Poha and Upma:

Poha is a popular and simple breakfast that can be made in no time. It is healthy and filling when made with a decent amount of your favourite veggies and less oil. Same is with Upma, the method of preparation of both the dishes is almost same.

Eggs:

Eggs are a good source of Protein early in the and the best part is that it can be made in different forms and can repeat it for several mornings without getting bored. Make a pick from, Sunny side up, Omelet, Boiled Egg, Scrambled eggs with or without veggies and the list goes on.

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Besan Pancakes / Besan Ka Cheela

Besan / Gram flour is very healthy flour and filling too. All you need to do here is make a batter by adding besan, water, curd, salt to taste, and some chopped onion and capsicum and make it on a nonstick pan like you make dosa, by cooking on both the sides.

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