Off the Beaten Path: 8 Unconventional Indian Breakfasts to Try
Khar: An Assamese dish made from raw papaya and pulses, known for its unique alkaline flavor.
Litti Chokha: Rustic wheat-flour balls paired with spiced mashed vegetables, a traditional dish from Bihar.
Akki Roti: Karnataka’s specialty - rice flour flatbreads flavored with spices and herbs, often served with chutney.
Pesarattu Upma: A South Indian fusion dish combining the dosa-like pesarattu with upma, creating a delightful texture and taste.
Chana Chaat: A savory chickpea salad loaded with spices, herbs, and tangy chutneys, popular street food all over India.
Bajre ki Khichdi: A nutritious millet-based porridge, a common breakfast in Rajasthan and Gujarat.
Sabudana Khichdi: Tapioca pearls cooked with spices, peanuts, and herbs, a fasting favorite in many parts of India.
Ghugni: A spicy and tangy dried yellow pea curry, often paired with tamarind chutney, popular in Eastern India.