Typical breakfast in India varies depending on region, but quite similar to a lunch or dinner. A breakfast plate will mostly include roti which is a flatbread, dosas (thin crepes made of lentils) or idlis (steamed rice-dough pancakes), spiced potatoes with a variety of dips and chutneys and a variety of other Indian delicacies to choose from.
Aloo Paratha (Potato Pancake) is a great way to start your day. Made with Aloo(Potato) and Wheat flour, the Aloo Paratha makes a substantial breakfast. Enjoy this with curd, dhaniya chutney or tomato dip.
Chole bhature- A spiced, curried chickpea dish served with a fried flour bread and makes a perfect late Sunday breakfast.
Dhokla is a breakfast food from the state of Gujarat made of fermented rice and chickpea batter. Its a light option yet packed with flavours.
Dosa is a crispy, flat bread (similar to a crepe or pancake) made of rice batter and served with a lentil sauce (sambar) and a variety of chutneys. This also makes a perfect option for brunch.
Idli is a heavy South Indian breakfast food made from fermented batter of ground rice and lentils, steamed in little circular moulds.
Suji upma is cooked with fresh vegetables, spices, lentils, aromatic nuts and curry leaves. An addition of grated coconut at the top makes it an impeccable morning meal. This breakfast option is easy and quick to prepare but quite filling.