Maharashtra's favourite breakfast snack is a treat for all those who are fond of spice and flavour. Misal is a spicy flavourful curry made of moth beans. The curry is made of a whole lot of eclectic spices, onion, garlic, ginger and chillies. The masaledaar preparation is then topped with boiled potatoes, chiwda, sev, chopped onions, coriander, green chillies and served with a dash of lemon. The curry tastes best when teamed with buttery pav.
The South Indian savoury pancake dish is all things flavourful, wholesome and oh-so-decadent. Topped with mushrooms, corn, spinach and pepper, this special breakfast is sure to impress.
Your regular idli with a spicy twist. These semolina idlis, are flavoured with peppers, curry leaves and mustard seeds and goes best with piping hot sambhar and coconut chutney. There, there, we can see you slurping already.
These semolina idlis, are flavoured with peppers, curry leaves and mustard seeds and goes best with piping hot sambhar and coconut chutney.
Flat spicy patties of mashed boiled potatoes, is every North Indian's favourite go-to street food. A bite into this fiery and ever-so delightful patty would tell you exactly why. Try making this delightful snack at home with this lovely recipe. Serve with fresh mint chutney and enjoy.
Nothing spells indulgence as this decadent and creamy waffle cake. Freshly baked waffles, with a nutty maple cream cheese is every foodie's dream come true. Don't believe us? Try this recipe and see for yourself.
Step aside regular bread and butter and make way for this delightful bread pudding. Perfect treat for a Republic Day holiday, this piping hot dessert made of bread, milk, raisins and marmalade is as decadent as it gets.
A round up of breakfast and no mention of pancakes? Can't happen, won't happen. Kick off the long weekend with these delightfully light pancakes.
Bonus: These soft and fluffy pancakes bursting with the mild aroma of cinnamon are eggless too. Dear vegetarians, are you listening?
Samosa lovers raise your hands! Crispy dough pockets filled with spicy minced mutton filling. Team them with a refreshing hung curd dip and enjoy.
Nihari is a stew based dish, made by slow cooking meat along with the bone barrow. The word 'Nihari' originates from the Arabic word "Nahar" which means "morning". Nihari became the famous breakfast item for the Mughal army in the 17th Century, when the Nawab decided that the workers needed the strength to go through the day and arduous tasks. Make the wholesome dish in the comforts of your kitchen with this amazing recipe.
You saw this coming, didn't you? Mention chole bhature and a Punjabi heart would take a leap of joy. The soft and puffy bhaturas, and chickpeas cooked in the rich mélange of rustic spices. Serve piping hot with pickle.