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Jul

The momentum of an Early Meal

We dwell in a fast-paced and frenzied world. For most of us the day begins in a hurry and each morning we rush in to reach our destination. We eat on the go, skipping meals and fast food has become a way of life. We eat whatever comes our way without giving a thought to its nutritional value. But after all a busy lifestyle cannot be an excuse for a lousy diet, and neglecting our health is simply not an option. If you feel that the dawn deserves to treat you like a king, skipping breakfast is the worst ever thing to do in the day. After all, nothing can replace a nutritious and healthy breakfast on a bright sunny morning.

 

Highlighting the factors as to why consumption of breakfast is important. Breakfast kick-starts your metabolism, helping you burn calories throughout the day. It also gives you the energy you need to get things done and helps you focus at work or at school. Those are just a few reasons why it’s the most important meal of the day. Skipping the morning meal can throw off your body’s rhythm of fasting and eating. When you wake up, the blood sugar your body needs to make your muscles and brain work their best is usually low. Breakfast helps replenish it

 

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Keeping all these factors in mind and understanding the time constraints of the modern age, Kitchen Treasures has come up with a wide range of nutritional and tasty breakfast items. All you need to do is pick your favourites and prepare them for breakfast. These special south Indian Dishes being six in number, are Puttupodi, ChembaPuttupodi, Dosapodi, Idlipodi, Idiyappampodi and Appampodi.

 

While talking about the number one local dish of the state, Puttu. Puttu is a traditional breakfast dish of Kerala and is prepared with rice flour and coconut. Serve it with kadala curry, banana or stew for a power-packed meal. However, Chembaputtu is an authentic Kerala breakfast made with ‘chemba’ (red rice) flour. It’s packed with fibre and goes well with kadala curry and all kinds of stews

 

.Dosa

 

Dosa is a staple breakfast in the south Indian states of Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. Serve hot with chutney or sambhar to give a great start to your day. Prepare soft, fluffy idlis with Kitchen Treasures Idli Powder, and serve hot with chutney or sambhar. Never miss a breakfast again. Pathiri is an Indian flatbread popular in the Malabar coastal region of Kerala, while idiyappam or string hopper is a popular breakfast recipe. Use our mix to create soft pathiris and idiyappams for a healthy breakfast. Appam is a Kerala-style pancake made from rice flour and coconut milk. Serve it with any veg or non-veg curry of your choice.

With all this irresistible treats within your reach, go grab your plates to have a lip smacking breakfast you have ever had in your life.