Do you have a sudden craving for a yummy breakfast? If so, reading this blog can be helpful to you. Breakfast is the chief meal of the day. You must fill yourself with a yummy and healthy breakfast if you have a busy work schedule. It would keep you energized throughout the day. Although North India is known for its fiery soul food, it also provides some great breakfast options that are simple to prepare and may keep you satisfied for a longer time. Look at the best three North Indian breakfast recipes that are simple, healthy, and quick to prepare at home. There is a mention of one recipe that you cannot miss. Try any of them and have fun!
Recipe: Punjabi Chole Bhature
This is the special recipe in this blog. Punjabi chole bhature is one of northern India’s most famous street food recipes. It is also eaten for breakfast. Chickpeas are used to make the spicy curry known as “Chole,” and the fried leavened flat bread is known as “Bhatura.” Bhature can be paired with any dish that calls for hot or sour chickpeas. In this recipe post, we have included a quick no-yeast bhature recipe and step-by-step instructions for cooking chickpea curry.
- 2 Quarts of Chickpeas
- Two Teaspoons of Oil
- One Bay Leaf, One Cinnamon Stick
- 1 To 4 Cloves
- 1 Tsp. Whole Peppercorns
- Three Cardamoms, Green
- Two Cardamoms, Black
- One Tablespoon of Turmeric Powder, One Tablespoon of Coriander Powder
- 1 tsp. chilli powder, ajwain
- One teaspoon of cumin powder
- One teaspoon of cumin seeds, one teaspoon of asafoetida
- Salt to taste.
- 1 cup onions, chopped
- 1 cup chopped tomatoes
- One teaspoon of ginger, chopped
- One teaspoon of minced garlic
- One teaspoon of lime juice
- One green chilli, chopped
- One teaspoon of tea
- 1 tbsp. Butter
For the bhature:
- 2 Cups Refined Flour
- 1/8 Tsp Yeast (Dissolved For 10 Minutes In Lukewarm Water)
- 1/2 Cup Whole Wheat Flour
- a Pinch of Salt
- Water (To Knead)
To prepare chole:
- Add chopped onions and continue to sauté after it has browned on a frying pan.
- Include the minced ginger and garlic.
- Add Salt, asafoetida, cumin, coriander, chilli powder, and turmeric at this point.
- Combine the ingredients for frying.
- Add a little water to the pan.
- After thoroughly stirring, add the chole and tomatoes, a little sugar, and Salt.
- Add the Ajwain, finely chopped green chillies, and base liquid now.
- Add a tea bag to the masala to give the chole colour.
- Gently simmer the chole for an hour while covering it.
- Add some butter and lime juice to it.
- Serve the chole hot with Bhatura and garnish with coriander and butter.
For preparing bhature, mix the whole wheat flour, maida, Salt, and enough water to form a dough. Add the yeast to the surface. Allow the yeast to work for two to three hours. Cut it into equal pieces. Roll out in the form of an oval or circle.
Recipe: Aloo paratha
Paratha is a widely popular recipe in Punjab. Dosa is highly appreciated in south India. There are wide varieties of dosa. Similarly, in Punjab, you can find wide paratha varieties, for example, onion paratha, paneer paratha, gobhi paratha, mixed vegetable paratha, ajwain paratha, etc. Of all of them, aloo paratha is the most well-liked. Let us understand its recipe.
- Two potatoes
- 1 cup whole-grain flour
- One tablespoon of coriander leaves
- One tablespoon of ghee
- 1/2 teaspoon red chilli powder
- Two tablespoons onion
- 1/2 teaspoon Garam masala powder
Preparing Aloo Paratha
Start making potato stuffing by boiling four medium-sized potatoes in a pressure cooker. Put enough water in the range to cover the potatoes. Wait for 3–4 whistles. Let them cool and peel the potatoes before mashing them in a bowl. Add all the ingredients, as mentioned earlier, with Salt as per taste. To make a dough, combine 2 cups whole wheat flour and water in a separate bowl. Bring the mixture together and beat the dough for 8 to 10 minutes until it is smooth and elastic. Finally, cook the paratha with ghee in an Indian frying pan.
Recipe: Bread Pakora
Bread pakora is a traditional snack in north India. It’s a loaf of bread stuffed with mashed potatoes and spices. In north India, bread pakora is a popular breakfast, and teatime food is frequently prepared on the weekends. Its taste is multi-fold with tomato ketchup. On a similar line, many recipes can be made, like bread rolls, cheese bread pakoras, paneer bread rolls, cheese rolls, etc. Some common ingredients include
- 2-3 Potato
- One tablespoon of oil
- One tablespoon of ginger paste
- 1 to 2 chopped green chillies
- One sprig of curry leaves
How to Make Bread Pakora
Add three potatoes in a cooker filled with water. Continue to boil for 10 to 15 minutes. Initiate creating by peel and mashing the potatoes. Add all the spices mentioned above and mix them well in mashed potato. Create the masala by adding the mixture to a frying pan after adding oil to get the spicy mix. Thin the besan with water after adding some of the ingredients listed above. You should add final potato mixture within 2 slices of bread and dip bread in besan. Heat them in the pan; your bread pakora is ready to be served.
We hope you enjoy reading this guide. You can try any recipes, including Chole bhature and the other recipes mentioned in this guide. You can find many more recipes like these on the “Spicyum” website, so give any of them a try.