This rainy weather is perfect to make Puris for breakfast. Lazy weekends calls for some quick and easy dishes. Here is a North Indian breakfast meal plate of Methi Chana, Hare Pyaz Ki Puri, Green Chutney, Pickled Onions.
"Eat breakfast like a king" is a saying which we have heard all our elders say"to us but we usually rush through breakfast during rushed busy week. Packing nutrition to your breakfast is really important and helps you kick start your day on the right note.
Methi Chana is a tasty flavorful recipe which has the goodness of dried fenugreek leaves and creamy buttery chana. You can soak the chana and boil them the previous day make Methi chana in a jiffy in the mornings.Green Onion are chopped and and added to the puri dough to make delicious fluffy puris. This is a perfect breakfast for your busy weekday breakfast or for your weekend breakfast .
Sukhe Methi Chole is a delicious and easy recipe which is made with dried fenugreek leaves tossed with buttery creamy chole. Sukhi methi or dried fenugreek leaves is a flavorful herb usually used as seasoning in many cuisines. The earthy flavor of sukhi methi lifts chana up. It goes perfect with some Puri or Phulka and can be put in a wrap for your lunch box.
Hare Pyaaz Ki Puri is a twist to the classic puri whcih makes these puris more nutritious. The puri dough is made by mixing spring onion, cumin seeds and carrom seeds. While using spring onions make sure u use only the bright green perky leaves and avoid those that are slimy or wilting.
Dhaniya Pudina Chutney also known as the Green/Hari Chutney. This chutney is made from fresh coriander and mint leaves along with green chillies, ginger and lemon and a dash of sugar that gives this chutney a unique flavor. Both mint and coriander are detoxifying and purify the system. You can use this chutney on sandwiches, wraps as well.
Pickled Onions are crunchy and go well with any dish. These are easy to prepare and can be stored in mason jars for further use.