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5 Healthy Breakfasts

5 Healthy Breakfasts




5 Healthy Breakfasts

Not only breakfast gives you the energy to start a new day but is also linked to many health benefits, including weight control and improved performance. 


1. Curds oats recipe

Oatmeal in seasoned yoghurt. A good and healthy recipe for the hot summer days. If you are into eating oats regularly, this may be for you. Can use low fat curd.

Nutritional value:- As curd is a source of protein and calcium, oats is a good source of complex carbohydrate and vegetable gives vitamins and minerals. This is a good recipe for morning breakfast.


2.Egg Dosa

Egg dosa recipe also known as muttadosa is a popular street food from South India. One gets to see a variety of egg dosa especially on the streets of Tamil Nadu. Some are smeared with curry and some with spice powders or with veggies.  It is enjoyed as a breakfast and needs no accompaniment.

Nutritional value:- Dosa batter is made of rice which is high in carbohydrate, egg have high biological value and rich in vitamin A, D, E, riboflavin, folic acid and B12, veggies have a good amount of vitamins and minerals.


3.Oats Idli

Learn to make instant oats idli at home with step by step pictures. We do love our fluffy and soft idli and is a staple breakfast on most weekdays. This oats idli is a standby when we do not have stock of idli dosa batter but prefer to eat idli.

If you are health conscious and trying to include oats in your diet, then you may like this. Oats idli is made with semolina and whole wheat rava / daliya.

Nutritional value:- Oats and idli batter is of complex carbohydrate and veggies will give vitamins in the recipe which will give a nice combination of all the nutrients.



Uttapam is a dosa-like dish made by cooking ingredients in a batter. Unlike a dosa, uttapam is a thick pancake, with toppings cooked right into the batter.


Nutritional value:- Dosa batter (Rice) is of carbohydrates, veggies give vitamins and other nutrients to enhance nutritional value.


5.Mix veggie paneer paratha

Parathas are one of the most popular unleavened flat bread from Indian Cuisine. These are made using whole wheat flour known as atta. They are eaten with a curry or chutney and are a staple food in many homes for breakfast.

Nutritional value:- Veggies will give good vitamins and minerals, paneer is rich in protein and calcium, wheat flour is of complex carbs.

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