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« on: November 27, 2013, 12:38:18 AM »

We have often heard doctors talk about the benefits of a healthy breakfast. A healthy start to a long day is important to keep up your pace and finish all your chores in time. But, having the same cereals, oats and porridge for breakfast everyday can be so boring that you might want to avoid the the meal altogether. So, do you have the time to prepare an elaborate Indian breakfast early in the morning? Well, probably not. We list 10 healthy Indian breakfast options that are easy to prepare and provide the right boost of energy to kick-start your day.


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« Reply #1 on: November 27, 2013, 12:39:03 AM »



Aloo paratha: A simple and easy to prepare flattened bread with a filling, aloo parathas are a favourite in most Indian households. Every recipe has variations in the preparation of the filling that needs to be cooked and then stuffed into the chapatti dough. Accompanied by curd or pickle, parathas make for a nutritious breakfast for mornings that need a power punch.
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Dosa: Dish out a whole wheat dosa, famously called adhai, for breakfast if you are bored of your cereal and oats. A healthy option, it is packed with multiple nutrients that will help kick start your day. Pre-mixed dosa batters are available at a number of stores and all you need to do cook and enjoy.
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Idli: Idlis are full of vitamins, minerals and carbohydrates. They are prepared with no oil or masala, which makes them a very healthy alternative. Try eating your idli with honey, nutela or peanut butter if you are too lazy to make the chutney.
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Upma: A favourite breakfast item, upma - made out of ‚úsuji‚"- can be ready in a jiffy and works well as a breakfast option. You can add veggies for a punch of vitamins, proteins, carbohydrates and iron. Perfect to start a busy day!
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Poha: Flattened rice takes little time to make, tastes great and makes for a filling meal too. Throw in some peas and veggies to make it more nutritious, and remember to use a non stick pan so that you use as little oil as possible.

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