Course: Breakfast

Little Millet Pongal | Saame Pongal Recipe

Little Millet Pongal | Saame Pongal Recipe

Healthy, light, easy and loaded with proteins and fiber, this little millet pongal recipe is the healthiest dish you can make for Sankranthi. Cooked with split moong dal, little millet and seasoned with pepper, cumin and a generous hint of ginger – there’s no better way to start your day than with this healthy dish.

2- Ingredient Mini Ragi-Rava Idli

2- Ingredient Mini Ragi-Rava Idli

This 2-ingredient mini ragi-rava idli is such a saviour on days when you have to make a quick brekkie. All it takes is 10 minutes to prep it up and 15-20 minutes to steam the idlis. How easy is that?    I usually plan my […]

Ragi Dosa With Chilli and Cheese

Ragi Dosa With Chilli and Cheese

Just 3 basic ingredients and you have a quirky breakfast ready. This Ragi dosa with chilli and cheese filling is not just easy to make but also entices kids and adults alike to indulge in it. 

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Ragi – Chilli and cheese! Wait, are you kidding me? You ask! For someone who doesn’t fancy ragi so much myself, I fell in love with it. I wouldn’t call it completely healthy or unhealthy for that matter. But this combo was a hit at my place with both the old and young alike.

Generally when I test a recipe I invite a few people randomly who like experimenting with new tastes and flavours. This time it was A’s cousin who lives in Vizag and was here for a long vacation. Plus a few other people in the family. Not many like ragi but they took an instant liking and instantly approved it.

There’s calcium, fiber and iron in ragi and a bit of cheese wouldn’t harm anyone. Plus, you can coax the kids to get to eat ragi at least this way.

When I first thought of this fusion idea, I was apprehensive, nevertheless, the cold-chilli mornings in Bangalore wouldn’t let me wake up early, hence decided to adopt a cheat’s version and tried it, much to the liking of the spouse.

This doesn’t just have to be a brekkie option, when you’re super tired after a long day, this 3-ingredient Ragi dosa with chilli and cheese comes in handy even for dinner because you can make it in no time.

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Guess what? After I was done with the photoshoot of this dish, I just sprinkled a bit of peri-peri powder on top of the cheese, God! the flavour was just out of the world. You could even try adding a bit of oregano and chilli flakes to give  it a more Italian feel.

Whether it’s brekkie or dinner, try this instant ragi chilli cheese dosa.

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This recipe is made in collaboration with ID Fresh Foods.

Ragi Dosa With Chilli and Cheese
Just 3 basic ingredients and you have a quirky breakfast ready. This Ragi dosa with chilli and cheese filling is not just easy to make but also entices kids and adults alike to indulge in it.
Ragi Dosa With Chilli and Cheese
Just 3 basic ingredients and you have a quirky breakfast ready. This Ragi dosa with chilli and cheese filling is not just easy to make but also entices kids and adults alike to indulge in it.
Servings Prep Time
4People 10Minutes
Cook Time
5Minutes
Servings Prep Time
4People 10Minutes
Cook Time
5Minutes
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. To begin making the Ragi dosa with Chilli and Cheese, firstly mix the cheese and chilli together in a bowl.
  2. Heat a flat pan and apply some oil over it with a tissue paper. Bring the flame down to medium low and then slowly spread the ragi dosa batter with a ladle. Now sprinkle some oil over it and let it cook.
  3. Once the sides begin to brown, add the grated cheese and chilli mixture over the dosa and spread it slightly without touching it too much. Cover with a transparent lid so and cook for another 30 seconds till the cheese melts slightly.
  4. Don't flip, just fold the dosa and serve hot with chilli sauce or tomato sauce.
Recipe Notes
  1. Special Tip- I personally found the batter to be a little coarse, so to smoothen it, I added the batter to the mixer and gave it a chick churn for about 20 seconds. Helps spread the batter evenly.
  2. You can flip the dosa once it has browned in the edges and then add the cheese. personally, I like adding the cheese once the dosa is almost cooked and not too crispy.
Pomegranate and Kiwi Breakfast Parfait

Pomegranate and Kiwi Breakfast Parfait

This super simple recipe for breakfast in a Jar is the easiest, healthiest and the most colourful breakfast you can make with just a few ingredients, especially for those mornings when you’re pressed for time. It has Pomegranate, Kiwi, Chia seeds and a whole lot […]

Whole Wheat Banana Bread | No Refined Sugar and Butter

Whole Wheat Banana Bread | No Refined Sugar and Butter

No refined sugar, no butter, vegan and whole wheat Banana Bread. The healthiest banana bread you can indulge in without having to go on a guilt trip.

5-Ingredient Papaya-Banana Smoothie Bowl

5-Ingredient Papaya-Banana Smoothie Bowl

This one bowl papaya-banana smoothie bowl with muesli, chia seeds and pomegranates are just what you need  Mornings are all about hectic schedules and multi-tasking.

Papaya banana smoothie Bowl - Slurpy Platter

Smoothie bowls are taking the world by a storm and there’s no dearth of creativity when it comes to making your own colourful smoothie bowl that spells taste and health combined.

You know, when you’re running short of time or when you just don’t know what to make for breakfast this come in handy and is loaded with health benefits. Plus this can be your post-workout snack or even to curb your hunger pangs in the evening, which would otherwise tempt you to binge on junk. Oh! You can serve this as a healthy dessert too after a heavy indulgent meal.

There’s no hard and fast rule to make the right combo of smoothie bowl, it only requires 2 fruits/1 veggie, a few berries (if its available in your region as per the seasons), and a handful of oats, ragi ganji powder to give it some body and make it thicker if you prefer a vegan version.

You can get creative with the toppings too.. Just add a few raisins, pumpkin seeds(good cholesterol), or sunflower seeds, gojiberries, dates and some muesli/cornflakes.

So here’s a bowl of power-packed goodness to start your morning afresh.

Papaya banana smoothie Bowl - Slurpy Platter

Papaya banana smoothie Bowl - Slurpy Platter
5-Ingredient Papaya-Banana Smoothie Bowl
This 5-Ingredient papaya-banana smoothie bowl is your answer to a power-packed breakfast on busy mornings.
Papaya banana smoothie Bowl - Slurpy Platter
5-Ingredient Papaya-Banana Smoothie Bowl
This 5-Ingredient papaya-banana smoothie bowl is your answer to a power-packed breakfast on busy mornings.
Servings Prep Time
1Bowl 10Minutes
Servings Prep Time
1Bowl 10Minutes
Ingredients
To Blend
Toppings
Instructions
  1. Blend papaya-banana, honey and ragi ganji powder in a blender Until smooth.
  2. Transfer to a serving bowl and top it with the toppings or fruits.nuts of your choice.
Barnyard Millet Idly | Millet Recipes

Barnyard Millet Idly | Millet Recipes

One of the healthiest options for breakfast, this Barnyard millet idly is all you need for a power-packed start to your morning. When I first started cooking with millets a year ago, I was really apprehensive as to how the dishes would turn out to […]