Batura is an Indian deep-fried bread made with plain flour. They are crispy on the outside and soft and fluffy on the inside. Unlike chapati and poori, batura is made with fermented dough.
Masala dosa is a crispy dosa with spicy potato filling. It is the ultimate comforting breakfast dish served in South Indian restaurants. This dosa pairs well with breakfast sambar and coconut chutney.
Pita bread is one of the easiest bread which is common in the Middle East. It is a yeast-leavened flatbread made with whole wheat flour and plain flour. You can also use 100% plain flour to make this pita bread.
Pidi is a small rice dumpling that can be served for breakfast or dinner. There are different versions of pidi that are popular in different parts of Kerala. Here I am sharing a traditional Kerala Christian recipe.
French toast is a quick and easy breakfast made of sliced bread soaked in a mixture of egg and milk then toasted in a pan.
Idli is a steamed South-Indian breakfast made with ground and fermented raw rice and urad dal.
Omanayappam is a beautiful, soft, and fluffy appam. It is an easy version of traditional kallappam.
Chapati/Roti is an Indian flatbread made with whole wheat flour. It can be prepared in one hour or less and needs no leavening agents.
Uppumavu is a popular South Indian breakfast. It is an easy choice for a quick breakfast.
These whole wheat banana pancakes are very healthy and fluffy. Best served as a breakfast.
Palappam is a lacy pancake prepared with rice and coconut.
Dosa is a popular South Indian breakfast. It is very healthy, tasty and easy to make.
Poori is a deep fried Indian bread made with wheat flour. It is usually served with a potato curry called potato bhaji.
Kallappam is a fermented rice pancake. Traditionally kallu (toddy) is used for fermenting the batter. It can also be made using yeast.