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South Indian Breakfast Platter # 3

South Indian Breakfast Platter made within 30 mins, which is rich in iron, protein, fibre and low in carbs.

Recipe Cooked, Photographed and Written by Praveena

PrepTime:10 mins   CookTime:20 mins   Cuisine:Indian

If you are looking something like ‘MORE FOR LESS’ type of breakfast / brunch platter, then this platter comes under that title. This, South Indian breakfast / brunch platter needs less cooking time but is loaded with protein, fibre & little carbs. I made this for our weekend brunch, kept us all completely full until dinner.

Tiffin: 1) Instant Idli with Ragi / Finger Millet 2) Rava Upma / Semolina Savoury Porrdige   Condiment:  1) Capsicum – Tomato Chutney / Pachadi 2) Mint Chutney Powder / Podi Beverage: Hot Tea  Dessert: Fresh strawberries

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south indian breakfast platter # 3

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My Daily thali / platters⇒  Bhojanam / Thali / Meal Platter

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south indian breakfast platter # 3

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There is no major prep work to be done here as all are instant recipes. And the cooking involved is also minimal. I made double the quantities for Upma & Ragi Idli, than those specified in the recipe links below.

I started with the chopping needed, one each of onion,carrot,tomato for Upma. Capsicum & Tomato for the chutney. That’s it.

Next,I started off making UPMA on one side on stove-top. And preparing IDLI batter on the other side. While the UPMA was done, the IDLI batter was also ready. 

Then I put the IDLI(s) for steaming in the Instant Pot. While they were steaming, finished making the capsicum-tomato chutney. Mint Leaves Chutney Powder / Podi was made by me 2 months back

Of course, used my small mixie / blender for the chutney. Steaming the idli(s)  might be done on stove-top too.Recipe link below gives both methods.

All items made simultaneously but attentively.🙂 Multi-tasking and using all gadgets available is the key.

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south indian breakfast platter # 3
south indian breakfast platter # 3

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