Healthy Breakfast.

Kanda Batata Poha

“Kanda Batata Poha” “Kanda Batata Poha” is a  traditional breakfast dish from the Indian state of Maharashtra.As the name suggests its made from  “Poha” or “Flattened rice”, “Kanda” which means “Onion” and “Batata” which means “Potato” in Marathi. Poha is an extremely simple and easy dish, prepared with minimal spices yet very flavorful and nutritious. In fact its one of the most …

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Vermicelli Upma

“Vermicelli Upma” Vermicelli Upma  is yet another simple and easy breakfast recipe which can be prepared quickly. Its a nutritious, tasty and a very colourful dish made with vermicelli and loaded with vegetables.  Serves as a great lunchbox option too. Ingredients Vermicelli (Semiya) – 1 cupOnion, chopped – 1 mediumPotato, pealed and cubed (1 cm) …

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Ande Ke Bhurji

“Ande Ke Bhurji” Ande ke Bhurji is spicy scrambled egg, one of the numerous street foods from Mumbai…..usually served along with pav… but you could enjoy it with just everything bread, roti, paratha or just by itself. During our college days in mumbai it used to be our favourite for weekend brunch…Its comfort food for …

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Avocado and Vegetable Sandwich

“Avocado and Vegetable Sandwich” Avocado and Vegetable Sandwich is a very easy sandwich made with fresh ingredients.It can be prepared in a jiffy and serves as a healthy snack or breakfast. Ingredients Bread slice – 6pcsCucumber, sliced – 1 mediumTomato, sliced – 1 mediumAvocado Dip / Spread – 1/2 cupSalt to taste Method Spread the avocado …

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Dalia (Bulgur) Muffins

Dalia (bulgur) is a popular and very healthy breakfast cereal in North India, made with whole wheat grits or broken wheat. Usually it is made either as a sweet dalia kheer or as savoury dalia, today I would like to share with you a recipe of baked savoury muffins. Its a very easy recipe and a great breakfast option. Ingredients Dalia (Bulgur), …

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