Category Archives: Breakfast dishes

Neer dosa

Neer dosa is a popular dish of Dakshin Kannada region in Karnataka. Neeru means ‘water’ in kannada. It is called as neeru dosa because it is prepared from watery rice batter. No fermentation is required for making this dosa. It is very easy to make and tasty too.

Pesarattu dosa or moong dal dosa recipe – breakfast recipe

Pesarattu is a healthy and nutritious dosa, as it is made of green moong and little rice. It is a Andhra speciality and is best served with coconut chutney or ginger chutney.

Potato sandwich or aloo sandwich

Aloo sandwich is very easy to make and a good choice for a healthy and wholesome snack. It is made with mashed potatoes, cheese slices, green chillies, garam masala, coriander leaves and lemon juice. Aloo sandwich is a very delicious snack which can had as a breakfast dish or tea time snack.

Methi paratha or methi thepla recipe

Methi thepla is a favourite Gujarati snack and is one of the comfort food for Gujaratis. It can be either had as a snack or as a breakfast dish. It is ideal as a travel food as they have a great shelf life. It can be either had on its own or served with curd or pickle. Methi leaves or fenugreek leaves are rich in iron and calcium and is a good soure of fibre. Enjoy as a simple and healthy meal any day. Methi thepla is prepared with chopped fenugreek leaves, wheat flour, besan, curd and mixed with spices and then rolled out into thin parathas.

Gobi paratha or cauliflower paratha

A popular north indian breakfast – Indian bread stuffed with cauliflower and spices

Oats dosa recipe – how to make healthy oats dosa recipe – breakfast recipes

Oats are rich in proteins and fibre and helps in reducing cholesterol and gives energy to keep you going. A healthy and nutritious breakfast to start your day.


A popular south indian breakfast recipe made of rice and lentils

Aloo or alu paratha

A popular north indian breakfast dish served with yogurt, pickle or butter.

Idli uppittu or idli upma recipe

Idli is a south indian snack made of fresh idlis or leftover idlis. It is a very common breakfast in South India and is very simple to make too. Idli upma is a very delicious dish which can also be had as an evening snack.

Onion or kanda poha (Avalakki) recipe

Flattened or beaten rice is used to prepare snacks or light food and with spices, chillies, onions and peas added to it makes up for an ideal and nutritious breakfast. This dish is very popular in Maharashtra and Karnataka.