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6 Breakfast Meals

The images below are breakfast meals I served Nehal over the past few days. Most of you following ‘Sailus Kitchen’ will find that I have already blogged most of them. I thought these images might serve as breakfast ideas to new readers who might draw some inspiration. :)

potato-sandwich hot-dog
Potato Sandwich & Hot Dog

fruits godhuma-rava-upma
Honey coated fruits & Cracked wheat Upma

masala-dosa vegetable-uttappam
Masala Dosa & Vegetable Uttappam

Recipes:
1. Potato Sandwich ~ Heat olive oil on a tawa, once hot, place a few tbsps of any left over subji like potato stir fry and mash it and let it roast for a 2 mts. Season with white pepper pwd and flip over the other side slowly and let it cook for a mt. Remove from heat and keep aside. Take two slices of bread, spread low fat butter and lightly toast it. In between these slices of bread, place some iceburg lettuce, a cheese slice, followed by the roasted potato filling, drizzle some mustard sauce and tomato sauce. Toasted potato sandwich is ready!
2. Hot Dog ~ I used chicken sausage here. Boiled the sausage for 4-5 mts and shallow fried it in olive oil. Cut the bun in the center, lightly toast it and place lettuce leaves, tomato slices, shredded onions, place the pan fried sausage, drizzle mustard sauce, tomato sauce and low fat mayonnaise in between the bun. Enjoy!
3. Honey coated fruits ~ Cube papaya and musk melon and drizzle some honey, chill and serve.
4. Cracked Wheat Upma ~ Godhuma Rava Upma Recipe
5. Masala Dosa Recipe
6. Vegetable Uttappam Recipe

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By • Mar 5th, 2009 • Category: All Recipes for Kids, Breakfast Recipes for Kids, Tiffin Indian Recipes for Kids

6 Responses »

  1. Lovely pics, all the breakfast plates look mouth watering. Thanks for posting them. How do you do all the planning and buying?

    How do I answer that question? :)
    Well, I really don’t plan. Usually make south indian breakfast 2-3 days in a week and the rest I just prepare with whatever ingredients I have on hand.

  2. Interesting recipes! definitely want to try out the Cracked Wheat Upma and Vegetable Uttappam. Thanks for posting!

  3. Hi,
    Do we get mustard sauce in India?Which brand do you use?

    I use ‘American Garden’ natural mustard sauce. I also use mustard paste (Mustard Kasundi) of Elmac.

  4. everything looks great….

  5. Hey Sailu,
    wonderful n easy lunch ideas for my kiddos! i’ve always wondered about the mustard sauces – there r so many varieties and brands i don’t know which one to choose. i bought a simple one , it had a strong turmeric taste – once in a restaurant i had mustard sauce it wuz tangy but not very spicy – just right – i bought recently honey mustard and it wuz fully sweet – please advise on the type of mustard sauce to buy which does not wreak of tumeric n spice.

  6. Thanks a million Sailu, you are a lifesaver.

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