Mooli Paratha

Parathas are easy and delicious breakfast from North India. Depends on the stuffing used, we can have different types of parathas. Here the main ingredient in stuffing is the radish. Here the recipe is bit different, to make the preparation more easy, the grated radish is directly used in the dough along with spice powders….

Strawberry Oats Smoothie

It is a healthy and tasty option for a quick breakfast, which is filling too. If you don’t have time to prepare a proper breakfast or if you want to have something healthy in between your usual routines, you can try out this. It is very easy and takes only minimum time. Ingredients Milk –…

Ela ada / Ilayappam

It is also called Valsan/Elayappam. A traditional Kerala dish made with rice flour, coconut-jaggery  filling and then steamed wrapped in banana leaf or Indian bay leaf(Vayana ila) . It is a very healthy and tasty dish and of course one of the favourites among malayalees. You can have it as an evening snack or morning breakfast….

Oats Puttu

Oats mainly eaten as porridge, as an ingredient in breakfast cereals and in baked goods.The high fiber content of oats helps to remove cholesterol from the digestive system. Puttu is a popular brekfast in Kerala. There are lot of veg and nonveg varieties of puttu available now.Usually it is prepared with rice flour,coconut and water. Puttu…

Methi Paratha

Fenugreek is used as a herb, spice and vegetable. Fresh fenugreek leaves are an ingredient in some Indian curries.This leaf is highly beneficial for treating poor liver functions.It is also helpful in treating gastric problems and other intestinal issues. It is also used for curing dysentery and diarrhea.Here we are using it with the parathas….

Masala Idli

  Are you getting bored of eating same breakfast? Usually South Indian breakfast will be dosa, idli, appam etc. So if you have left over idlis in your kitchen, this would be an efficient way to consume it. It wont take much time and very easy to prepare also. Since it is prepared in masala…

Idiyappam

This is also known as ‘Noolputtu’ or string hoppers. A popular breakfast item in Kerala.A healthy option too as it is a steamed food. Idiyappam mould (Sevanazhi) is required to make it in this shape. You can have this with any veg/non veg curry of your choice. Ingredients Roasted rice flour – 1.5 cups Boiling…

Semiya Upma

Vermicelli/Semiya is a traditional type of pasta similar to spaghetti. Upma is a popular south indian breakfast usually  prepared with semolina / Rava. Here vermicelli is used to make the same instead of semolina. Ingredients Vermicelli – 1 cup Oil – 2 teaspoon Mustard seeds – 1/2 teaspoon Curry leaves – a few Green chillies…