This omelette is delicious and can be eaten hot or at room temperature. It is a very versatile recipe, as almost anything can be added to it – a handy way of using left over food. Serve with toasted bread and sliced tomatoes and/or a leafy salad for a hearty, healthy breakfast.
Eggy bread is always popular for breakfast or brunch on the weekends, plus it's something the whole family can enjoy! But if you prefer these for dessert instead, give them a light sprinkle of icing sugar and serve with vanilla ice cream.
Colourful and packed with flavours, this thick, flat omelette, called a tortilla in Spanish, tastes good served at any temperature. The classic recipe contains only potatoes, onions and eggs, but this version has extra vegetables and ham added. Serve with a leafy green salad.
Steamed rice balls, usually served for breakfast and eaten with sugar.
This is a very simple yet delicious sabji. I love eating this with some rasam and rice on the side. You can use other vegetables such as plaintains or sweet potatoes too.
A twist to regular baatis. I like eating these with a little ketchup and a cup of hot tea.
Here's my version of lassi, also used as a light dessert in summer.
This is one of my favourite kooras. I think we call it upma koora because the tadka ingredients are what we use for upma.
A colourful twist to the regular dhokla .
A wholesome breakfast that is tasty too!! Can be eaten as is and doesn't need any chutney to go with. Saves the fermentation time unlike the regular idlis.
Puttu is unique to Kerala. It is one of the most loved breakfast among Keralites. Combined with kadala curry, it makes a well balanced diet. Preparation requires a special vessel called the puttu maker.
This is my hot favorite. I love the way my mom cooked it. Even today when I visit my parents, "deemer daalna" is a must on the menu. Since I have adopted this recipe from mom, my father-in-law loves it and it is one of his favorites that I cook for him when I visit him.
A spicy dish that will tingle your taste buds.
A mouth watering tasty snack sold on the street side. If you want to eat a healthy version of this at home, this is how you make it.
This is definitely a bengali delicacy eaten usually for breakfast or as an evening snack. It is very tasty. In every bengali family, it is eaten at least once or twice during the winter season and may be once in summer on a very special occasion. Besides family, sometimes I make it for my non-bengali friends to show off my culinary skills in bengali cuisine. Try it, you'll love it.
Buttermilk, sweet apples and hazelnuts come together very well to make these hearty, healthy pancakes. Top with honey or maple syrup!
Enjoy this wonderful Italian snack of bread topped with a sharp, lemony anchovy paste and sweet grilled tomato. Anchovies are excellent in winter to 'heat' the body.
Mangoes with palak, basil, kaju tossed with a lime-adrak dressing. Great as a healthy appetizer or side dish.
Adrak, pyaz, fresh dhania and lime juice make a wonderful bhurji for your next brunch.
This versatile omelette recipe can be easily customized to use up all your leftovers. Serve with toasted bread and sliced tomatoes and/or a mixed green salad.