Rice Revival: 8 Lesser-Known Rice-Based Breakfasts of India a must try

Ghee Pongal: A South Indian dish made from rice and lentils, cooked to a creamy consistency with ghee, black pepper, and cumin.

Chakho: A traditional Assamese breakfast featuring steamed rice cakes served with a mustard-based tangy sauce.

Lugdoo: A Rajasthani rice porridge cooked with spices, yogurt, and lentils, often garnished with ghee and herbs.

Arunachal Pradesh Zan: A rice gruel from Arunachal Pradesh, typically seasoned with fermented bamboo shoot and chili.

Kao Swey: A Burmese-inspired rice noodle soup with a spicy coconut-based broth, popular in Manipur.

Khichu: A Gujarati dish made from rice flour and spices, often served with ghee and chili oil for a spicy twist.

Chandrakantalu: Andhra Pradesh’s sweet rice dumplings made from rice flour, jaggery, and ghee, often prepared during festivals.

Kheer Mohan: A sweet delicacy from Odisha, consisting of rice cakes soaked in flavored milk, cardamom, and saffron.