Really easy to make and can be still be made successfully without self raising flour as I once tried it with plain flour unknowingly. They turned out fine but not as light and fluffy. May need to double recipe for hungry people.
A perfect breakfast or mid-day snack recipe.
This recipe is our favorite Sunday breakfast. I like eating it with a spicy pickle; you can also make any stuffing and serve it to kids like a dosa.
Is there a home in India that doesn't start its morning with a steaming cup of kadak chai? Or have it after dopeher ka siesta? This is my mother's recipe for masala chai. You can easily multiply the ingredients to make your monthly stash. Masala Chai goes great with paranthas, aloo tikki, samose or mithai. The peppercorns and cinnamon are great for the throat and stomach.
This is the famous stuffed potato cutlet that you get at chaat haunts in Punjab. Good for a snack or as a meal with white chane, I can eat it any time of the day with Imli or Pudina chutney.
This is again unique to Kerala. It looks like noodles and can be called steamed rice noodles. It requires an idiappam maker/ presser and Idli maker/ steamer. It is usually enjoyed with peas curry, kadal curry , egg curry or with steamed bananas.
Take one grapefruit, one papaya, one orange and one banana, add a handful of strawberries and you have the most mouth-watering alarm call imaginable.
Get ready to have the energy to move a mountain after this luxurious breakfast! Feel free to use bread of choice if you can't get traditional soda bread.
Speedy recipe which comes very handy. Great for breakfast or brunch.
Potatoes, eggs, cheese- when you're hungry and want a 'man's breakfast', look no further!