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Popular Indian breakfast options to try at least once

ET Online

Feb 22, 2024

Poha

Poha

This is one of the most famous breakfast options in any Indian household. It is a very healthy option for breakfast also very easy to make.

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Oats idli

These can please every visitor at your table and are made with oat flour, making them gluten-free. A range of veggies can be used to make them, and the amount of spices can be adjusted to taste.

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Besan cheela

A common breakfast item in North India, cheela is loaded with healthy elements.

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Aloo paratha

Using leftovers from dinner, these parathas are a great way to reheat mashed potatoes with seasoning for a cozy breakfast on those days when you've hit the snooze button too often.

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Upma

Many versions made with sorghum, quinoa, and couscous have emerged in the modern era, replacing the traditional use of semolina or vermicelli noodles, called sevai.

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Appam

Serve with your preferred stew or curry for a wholesome breakfast. The sweetness of the appam, derived from the coconut in the batter, accentuates the richness of the dips.

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Masala dosa

Similarly, breakfast is usually served with dosa in any South Indian home at least thrice a week.The most popular is the masala dosa, which has soft, spicy potatoes enclosed in a crunchy, tart dosa.

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Aloo puri

This is most commonly the breakfast for the people who go to office everyday as all the vendors in the morning sell puri bhaji on the streets.

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Masala omelette

The inherent creaminess of eggs, the buttery, crispy edges, and the mildly spicy, slightly warm flavor are all retained in masala omelette.

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