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Hot Breakfast For Winter Mornings

Dr. Shweta U. Shah

Dr. Shweta U. Shah
21 November 2020

This article is authored by Dr. Shweta U. Shah. A practicing homeopath, she follows a patient-centred perspective, emphasizing the benefits of natural remedies and herbs, homeopathy and whole food nutrition.

The best breakfastcomprises of healthy foods that lay the groundwork for a meal that will establishyour mood for the entire day. The most optimal foods to incorporate into your breakfast are those that are packed with protein, loaded with fibre, and low in unhealthy fats.

We’verounded up healthiest breakfast options that are worthy of a place in your morning meal. Set the tone for the day, jump-start your metabolism, and facilitate weight loss with these super nutritious a.m. recipes!

Delicious and healthy breakfast ideas

Eat BreakfastThese quick and fairly effortless healthybreakfast ideas will fuel you up!Some recipes are betterprepped ahead and can be taken on-the-go, especially for those jam-packed days; whilst some are just right for those days when you have time to linger over your breakfast!

Idli

If you want a hot breakfast with around 15 grams of protein, idli-sambar is a great way to get it!Soft, fluffy idlis dunked in piping hot sambar is undoubtedly the perfect breakfast idea. Urad dal and rice in the idlis and the toor dal in the sambar are protein sourcesthat can offer you good dose of quality protein. If you're feeling fancy, make some chutney as well. The quintessential breakfast that’s ideal for weekends when you aren’t in a hustle. To avoid an idli burnout, vary your accompaniments – sambar, coconut chutney, coriander-mint chutney, tomato chutney, podi, ishtu, rasam and so many more!

Dosa

On days when you have the luxury of time, sit down to thismarvellous breakfast with your family. Packed with fibre, the urad dal and rice promise to fill you up as well as help you slim down.Tata Sampann brings you an easy to cook, high-fibre Dosa Mix that is made using quality ingredients and has high strict quality specificationsthat provide you with the very best.Dosas pack inso muchflavour for so few calories. Crispy, golden dosas pair amazingly with sambar and chutney. A dosa served with the right filling, converts it into a health-promotingbreakfast – go with potatoes, tomatoes, onions, bell peppers, spinach, paneer, or carrots. Experiment by adding roasted cashews and fresh coriander! Indulge in a scrumptious dosa, without any guilt.

Upma

The upma is one of the most loved dishes for breakfast. It can rev up your metabolism and boost satiety.Semolina is very filling;it helps keep your appetite under control as the day goes on. Another quintessential breakfast – and forgood reason. Rava, tomatoes, green peas, carrots and cashews, all come together wonderfully well in this bowl of mushy goodness. Jazz things up with fried groundnuts, coconut shavings and loads of lime juice! Top with a tablespoon of sev and some yogurt.


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The healthy dose of protein and fibre in this fabulous sandwich will keep you keyed up all morning. Lycopene rich tomatoes, vitamin C packed capsicum and nutrient powerhouse spinachteam up well with cottage cheese. All the veggies are low in calories andladenwith fibre, and this fills you up, keeping you fuller for longer. Add these vegetables to a toasted bread and amp up your nutrient density substantially. In fact, beginning your day with raw or cooked vegetables is an excellent way to make sure that you get a generousamount of nutrients.

Chilla

If you are someone who wants to prioritize protein in the breakfast, chilla is the most fantastic choice. This chilla recipe is the best way to jump-start your morning – it is packed with moong dal, besan, dahi, spices and veggiesand is fun and supremely easy to make!Moong dal and besanare versatile and nutrient-dense sources of protein and enjoy the top spot on the list. Serve piping hot with pickle,chutney or yogurt.

Poha

Here's your ideal go-to recipe when you need something refreshingly delicious, easy to put together, super nutritious andsomething that won't upset your diet plan.Poha is low in carbs and free from excessive oozing flavour. Flattened rice is an excellent source of complex carbohydrates to fuel the body and good fibre whichcan help reduce yourrisk of heart disease. Combine potatoes, ginger, green peas,turmeric, mustard seeds and green chilies to excite your taste buds.Top off with grated coconut, coriander leaves, pomegranate and oodles of lime juice for an unimaginably delicious breakfast dish!

These dishes are perfect for breakfast and are esteemed for their nutrition and awesome health benefits. Integrate theminto your breakfast menu to supercharge your health goals.



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