Beetroot Vendhaya Uthappam

Cooks in: 30 Minutes Serves: 5 People

Beetroot is loaded with nutrients and I have explained in detail about the health benefits of this root vegetable. Vendhayam/Fenugreek seeds/Methi seeds are excellent source of fibre and continuous intake of these seeds reduces the blood sugar levels. When both these are used to make Uthappam, which is again a source of B12 due of fermenting process, the breakfast dish can not be more healthy than this!

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Tomato Poha

Cooks in: 10 Minutes Serves: 3 People

Poha/Flakes/Aval is very versatile. A variety of tasty and healthy dishes can be easily prepared with this. I have already shared many sweet as well as savoury dishes using millet poha. This recipe is for tomato lovers! Try this dish easy dish using millet poha of your choice.

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Vegan Ragi Banana Dates Cake

Cooks in: 50 Minutes Serves: 6 People

Ragi is a very good source of calcium, fibre, iron and other micro nutrients. Dates are rich in dietary fiber, which prevents LDL cholesterol absorption in the gut. Additionally, the fiber diet works as a bulk laxative. It, thus, helps protect the colon mucous membrane from cancer-causing chemicals binding to it in the colon. Bananas are again a rich source of fibre and potassium. When all these are put together to make a cake, the result is a very healthy bake! This recipe is Vegan and no processed sugar is added. The fruits give a mild sweetness which is perfect for a tea time snack.

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Banana Paratha

Cooks in: 30 Minutes Serves: 2 People

One medium ripe banana, provides about 110 calories, 0 gram fat, 1 gram protein, 28 grams carbohydrate, 15 grams sugar (naturally occurring), 3 grams fiber, and 450 mg potassium. During ripening, the starch is converted into sugars and ends up being less than 1% when the banana is fully ripe. This simple recipe with very few ingredients is kids friendly one and they are nutritious too. Try this for breakfast and make your kids happy.

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Potato Uthappam

Cooks in: 30 Minutes Serves: 5 People

Uthappam is one of the most popular breakfast dish. There are so many variations by using different combinations of rice and dal or with rava. In this recipe I have used foxtail millet along with grated potatoes other ingredients. The batter is neither fermented nor Eno or curd is used. Try this veggie loaded breakfast recipe with millets.

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