Idli or idly is a savoury rice cake that is native to the Indian subcontinent and is frequently eaten for breakfast in Sri Lanka, Eastern and Southern India, and other parts of the Indian subcontinent. The cakes are created by steaming a batter made of fermented rice and black lentils. This fermented, easily digestible South Indian breakfast is low in calories and is best enjoyed with coconut chutney and Sambar. Only 39 calories are in one medium idli.
Poha is a type of flattened rice that originates from the Indian subcontinent and is sometimes referred to as pauwa, sira, chira, or avalakki, among many other names. Prior to flattening, rice is parboiled such that it requires little to no further preparation before consumption. This morning dish from Maharashtra is really healthy and light, and it includes a modest amount of peas, potatoes, and peanuts. Poha contains 258 calories per serving.
Gujarat, an Indian state, as well as several of the neighbouring states, are the traditional home of the vegetarian dish dhokla. Despite being a Gujarati speciality, it is frequently eaten throughout India. It is made with a fermented batter derived from legumes like Chickpea, Pigeon pea and Urad and rice. This breakfast dish has 384 calories per serving.
Upma, uppumavu, or uppittu is an Indian morning meal made from thick porridge made from dry-roasted semolina or coarse rice flour. It is especially popular in Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Karnataka, and Sri Lankan Tamil communities. This protein-rich South Indian morning dish is composed of semolina, almonds, and veggies. This breakfast has 250 calories per serving.
A sandwich is a dish that often consists of cheese, or vegetables on top of or between slices of bread. Each sandwich has 225 calories and is made with whole wheat or brown bread with green vegetables including cucumber, spinach, and maize. Be careful to substitute olive oil for the butter.
Cheela is referred to savoury pancakes in India. This hearty breakfast option, which consists of salt, green vegetables, and gram flour or moong dal flour, is also a nutritious choice. It is also appropriate for people on diets to lose weight. You can stuff it with some grated panner for enhanced flavour. This comfort food has 128–200 calories per serving.
Broken wheat dalia is a low-calorie, nutritious breakfast alternative when cooked with lentils and vegetables. You can add different lentils and exotic vegetables to it for enhanced touch. It has a high satiety value that prevents hunger pangs. This hearty dish has between 120 and 145 calories per bowl.