Breakfast Veg recipes in 20 minutes
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It is called so because it breaks a night-long fast. We need to refuel our body’s energy and nutrient reserves, to gear up for a new day!
Everybody seems to be in a hurry all the time, and the hustle-bustle really peaks in the mornings. If it is not possible to make breakfast within 10 to 15 minutes, people are even ready to skip this essential meal of the day. Whether Indian or International, these breakfast recipes are ready in just 20 minutes which includes preparation time as well as cooking time. There are lots of options for those who have their breakfast at home, and some choices for those who eat it on-the-go or carry it to office in a dabba.
Stock up your air-tight containers with muesli or granola mix, so you just need to add chopped fruits and milk when consuming on a time-pressed day! You can even add dry-fruits or dried seeds to give it a nice crunch and enhance the nutrient composition.
Chila, the simple Indian besan pancakes can be made in innovative ways, by adding your favourite veggies, greens or other ingredients to make it as exciting as you want. Try these High Fibre Chilas made by adding buckwheat, the Carrots and spring onions add a bite to it.
Have too many leftover breads from last night's dinner? Transform them into a delicious upma! This bread upma with desi shades of chillies, onions, tomatoes and spice powders, tempered traditionally and perked up with tomato ketchup and lemon juice, is replete with varied flavours that are sure to delight your palate.
Who doesn't like sandwich?! Make these Cheese and Spring Onion Sandwich with its rich mouth-feel and irresistible aroma, is both a sumptuous and tasteful treat. You can simply make the stuffing at night and refrigerate and apply it on toasted bread in the morning.
Idli, dosa and dhokla are also much loved by everyone but you must plan ahead to soak, grind or ferment batters. Don't worry! We have got Instant Whole Wheat Vegetable Dosa and Stuffed Rava Idli Vegetable Sandwich which are easy to prepare because you don’t need to grind or ferment the batter – just mix and make. Relish it with hot sambhar and chutney! Poha and Upma are two traditional Indian breakfast. This quick Kanda Batata Poha tastes best when had hot and fresh, but it can also be carried in the snack box.
Don't forget to try our Eggless French Toast. Yesss... you read it right. Eggless French Toast. Go ahead and try now these lovely breakfast recipes!!