It is said that, “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day”, therefore it is important to eat something in the morning to kick start your day. We should keep in mind that the Breakfast should be healthy and nutritious, so that it fuels our body till our next meal providing it enough nutrition. But we always tend to skip it during busy schedules or eat something which is instant and lacks the nutrition.
Therefore, we bring you a delicious Breakfast Meal Plate that you can make during your weekday, it has Moong Dal Idli With Thengai Milagai Podi along with Green Coriander Coconut Chutney, Filter Coffee and Fruits.
Moong Dal Idli With Thengai Milagai Podi, a delicious Idli recipe where the mini Moong Dal Idlis are mixed with the Milagai Podi. This recipe is very easy to make as you need only a few minutes, if the Idli batter and Podi is ready. You can make both, Podi and Idli batter during the weekend and store it in the fridge. While the Idli batter stays for 4 to 5 days, your Podi will stay upto a month.
You just have to make the idli, cut it and saute it with some Podi and Curry Leaves and your Moong Dal Idli With Thengai Milagai Podi is ready. Serve it along with Green Coriander Coconut Chutney. This is a refreshing chutney which tastes delicious with all the South Indian Breakfast dishes. Also, end this meal with some chopped seasonal fruits and a hot cup of Filter Coffee.
1. Moong Dal Idli With Thengai Milagai Podi Recipe
Moong Dal Idli With Thengai Milagai Podi Recipe, is a great breakfast recipe that can be made in few minutes if you have Idli batter and Podi ready. You can make this Podi and keep in the fridge for about a month.
This is a great South Indian breakfast recipe or you can also pack it in your Lunch Box. Serve it with your favourite South Indian chutney and Filter Coffee.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Idli Recipes such as:
- Mini Idli Upma Recipe
- Spicy Crunchy Masala Idli Recipe
- Ragi Rava Idli Recipe
2. Green Coriander Coconut Chutney Recipe
Coconut Chutney, a popular Chutney in South India which is eaten with Dosa, Idli, Uttapam, Upma and many other South Indian dishes.
Here, to make Green Coriander Coconut Chutney, we have combined coconut with coriander to give it a refreshing taste. Combination of coconut and coriander leaves is a hit and tastes great with Dosa and Idlis.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Chutney Recipes such as:
- Mysore Chutney Recipe
- Tomato Onion Chutney Recipe
- Peerkangai Thogayal Recipe
3. South Indian Filter Coffee Recipe With Filter Coffee Powder
Filter Coffee is a very popular coffee from South India and the breakfast tastes even better if it is served along with Filter Coffee. So if you love coffee as much as we do, then you should definitely give this one a try.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Coffee Recipes to serve along with your breakfast:
- Punjabi Style Espresso Coffee Recipe
- Arabic Coffee Recipe
- Vegan Instant Coffee Recipe