When was the last time you had a fulfilling breakfast? Chances are you might not even recollect. With the latest food trends and nutrition and food experts stressing the importance of breakfast, there can be no doubt about one of the most important meals of the day. Yet, due to our fast-paced lives, many of us just put in some junk to start our day. From chocolates to fried namkeens, the breakfast has now become a meal that is now most shoddily eaten. But, we should recognize that our body is a temple, and we must treat it right. Only then can we live a healthy and happy life.
South Indian breakfasts like Puttu make for a quite fulfilling breakfast. Made with rice flour and coconut and sometimes also packed with a savory or sweet filling, this is a healthy dish combined with kadala Kari, a black peas curry. Once you have this breakfast, you won’t feel hungry till later.
Yes, I am sure you won’t be surprised by this. This has to be the simply normal choice made by Indians. If you want, you can pack this item with many veggies like peas, carrots, tomatoes, and more, making it far more nutritious for a wholesome meal.
Although this might not be a wholesome breakfast, when you add this to a mediocre breakfast, you can’t help feeling full. This fruit single-handedly can make your breakfast the healthiest one. So, keep that banana always handy when you need to rush.
Dalia is a wheat grain known to give strength and nutrition to your body. The plus point being the variety of meals you can prepare out of Dalia. From a dal khichdi style dish wherein you can pack it with veggies like beans, cauliflower, cabbage, peas to milk-based sweet with a thick consistency flavored with cardamom, there are many other varieties.
Not only tasty but also healthy due to the fermented content of this dish, hands down, it is one of the best breakfast options one can have. Combined with sambar that is made with as many veggies as you can want, this option can give you that energy burst to start your day with vigor.
Made with Fenugreek leaves known for its nutritional elements like fiber, iron, and magnesium, this option needs the least effort to make. Combined with pickle or curd, this meal is perfect for eaters who want to go light on breakfast.
Not that popular when compared with other South Indian dishes, this is a dish made with rice and moong dal. The main ingredient of Ven Pongal is black pepper, which you can either put it crushed or whole depending on your preference.
Now you don’t need to ponder over what to eat and what not to eat. Just follow this list.