Rise and Dine: 7 Healthy Breakfasts from Different Indian States

Kanda Poha (Flattened Rice with Onions): A Maharashtrian dish made with flattened rice, turmeric, and sautéed onions for a wholesome breakfast.

Puttu with Kadala Curry: A popular Kerala breakfast consisting of steamed rice cylinders served with spicy chickpea curry.

Upma: A versatile South Indian breakfast made from semolina and various spices, often garnished with cashews and curry leaves.

Thepla: Gujarati flatbreads made from whole wheat flour and flavored with fenugreek leaves and spices, typically enjoyed with yogurt or chutney.

Daliya (Broken Wheat Porridge): A nutritious and simple breakfast dish made from broken wheat, often cooked with vegetables and spices.

Khar: An Assamese specialty made from raw papaya, pulses, and alkaline water, known for its unique taste and health benefits.

Muthia: Steamed or fried dumplings made from chickpea flour and spices, a wholesome breakfast or snack from the state of Gujarat.