Dosa is a staple dish in South Indian states, and is enjoyed all over India at any time of the day. It is a fermented crepe made from rice batter and lentils, rolled/folded with tempered potato mixture.

Upma or Uppuma is a thick porridge made using coarse roasted semolina. It is a South Indian breakfast dish ,popular all over India and Sri Lanka.

Rava dosa is a type of Dosa. It’s an Indian crepe from South India. It is served plain or with tempered potato mixture folded in.

Idli is a traditional breakfast from South India. Idli is a savoury steamed cake that is popular throughout India and neighbouring countries.

Deep fried, puffed up crisp Indian bread, eaten with potato preparation mostly during breakfast.

One of the most popular breakfast dishes of Northern and Central India, generally served with butter and yoghurt.

A type of flat bread from Gujarat, made with whole wheat flour using spices. Thepla can be made plain or flavoured various ingredients like fenugreek, raddish etc.

Though Dhokla has originated from Gujrat but it is enjoyed all over India. It is steamed and cooked which makes it very healthy.It is served cold and can be consumed at any time of the day.

Rava idli is a steamed breakfast preparation which is considered as a healthy breakfast option amongst the other South Indian options.

Spiced mashed potato balls, coated with gram flour batter and deep fried. These are all time favourite snack from Southern India, popular all over the sub-continent.

Besan ka cheela is a gram flour savoury pan cake with vegetable stuffing. This can be made with many other interesting stuffing’s like cottage cheese or potato based stuffing.

Kanda means Onions and Poha is flattened or parched rice which is cooked with spices to make a very popular and interesting breakfast dish.

This is another version of Dhokla, but made with semolina (rava).This is generally eaten during breakfast or as a snack.

This Semiya Upma is a variation created from the popular breakfast dish Upma from South India. Umpa can also be made by adding some diced vegetables or peas etc.

Khichadi is generally made with rice and lentils. This recipe is a popular South Indian breakfast dish, which is made with coarse semolina and vegetables.

Kanchipuram Idli is a variation of steamed idli tempered with cumin and pepper corn.

Ven Pongal is a very popular comfort food dish from South India which eaten in breakfast and is tempered with cumin, peppercorn and ghee.

Amritsari Kulcha is made by stuffing the dough with spiced potato mixture and is generally cooked in clay oven(Tandoor).

Methi Palak Parantha is a variation of a parantha which is eaten during breakfast in North India. Adding of fenugreek and spinach leaves make them tasty and different. It goes well with pickle and plain curd.

Chole-Bhature is a North Indian breakfast dish which is popular all over India. This chickpeas dish is made with a special blend of spices and is served with puffed fried bread called Bhatura.

Punjabi Aloo Parathas are one of the most popular North Indian breakfast dishes savoured throughout the western, northern and central regions of India. It’s a versatile dish you can relish anytime of the day! It tastes great when served with pickle and raita.


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