Vada Pav To Dosa - 8 Desi Street Food That Makes For Great Breakfast

With delicious food and spices, Street food joints are loaded with dishes which can be served as a great breakfast option. Here’s a compilation of 8 Desi Street foods that make for a great breakfast. Serve and enjoy.
Vada Pav To Dosa - 8 Desi Street Food That Makes For Great Breakfast

Vada Pav To Dosa - 8 Desi Street Food That Makes For Great BreakfastCredits: Freepik

Come summer, the cravings get intense yearning for all sorts of delicious delights. Breakfast is not only a comforting meal but the one which keeps you going all day long. India is loaded with an array of street food varieties and in the heat of the Indian summer, you can relish these 8 delightful street food options as breakfast for a perfect day. Happy making!
Vada Pav
With a delicious blend of fluffy buns and delicious vada, relish this spicy delicacy with sweet chutneys. Prepped in less than 50 minutes, Vada pav is one of the popular street foods that can be served as breakfast. Prepare green and red chutney at home with easily available ingredients. Dip potato balls in hot oil and deep fry until golden. Spread both the chutneys on the pav and place the hot vada between the pav slices. Serve and enjoy
Matar Kulche
Who doesn’t like having chole kulche? With a delicious blend of spices, you can easily prep this delicacy at home. Matar kulche can get together in less than 35 minutes, start by adding pressure-cooked matar into sautéed spices. Tip in jaljeera chutney and garnish with onion, coriander, chaat masala, green chilli and a few drops of lemon juice for a zesty essence. Serve with kulcha and enjoy.
Dosa
DosaCredits: Freepik
Sambhar Dosa
Sambhar dosa is an absolute retreat to the tastebuds. Served with rich coconut chutney and sambhar, this delightful street food is a perfect escape from the boring breakfast menus. Spread the dosa batter on hot tawa and stuff with flavourful aloo filling. Roast the dosa until golden, and serve hot with sambhar for a delightful meal. Enjoy.
Kachori
Kachori is not just any ordinary dish but an emotion for many. Often relished with bhaji, the delicacy can be prepped easily at home with available ingredients. With tangy filling on the inside and crispy on the outside, kachori is a popular street food. Start by making balls from the kneaded dough and stuff with tangy moong filling. Deep-fry until golden and crisp, serve with delicious aloo bhaji and enjoy.
Sprouts Chaat
With the richness of soaked moong, sprouts chaat is the healthiest way to kickstart your days. Sprouts chaat not only gives a refreshing change to your boring breakfast but the spices, veggies and a splash of lemon drops can satiate your soul. Prepped easily at home, combine veggies and Indian spices with soaked moong and drizzle a few drops of lemon. Serve and enjoy.
Indori Poha
Indori poha serves as a perfect street food topped with sev and chutneys. You can savour it with a hot cup of tea and make the most of your breakfast. Prepped in less than 20 minutes, start by sautéing fennel seeds, mustard seeds and green chilli in hot oil. Gently mix poha with the tempered spices and sprinkle jeeravan masala and chopped onions. Garnish with Indori sev, serve and enjoy.
Dhokla
DhoklaCredits: Freepik
Dhokla
Kickstart your mornings in Gujarati way! This spongy delicacy is prepped with gram flour and rich spices and is served as a perfect tea-time snack. You can make this delicious dhokla at home by following simple steps. Steam the dhokla batter for a total of 20 minutes. Prepare the flavourful tempering and pour it over the dhokla. Sprinkle toasted sesame seeds and top it with green chillies and coriander. Serve with garlic or coriander chutney and enjoy.
Aloo Paratha
This delicious street food dish can be prepped and relished easily at home. Aloo Paratha can get together in less than 30 minutes. Often served with curd, ghee or butter (depends on the choice), start by preparing the aloo stuffing. Add spices, green chillies, garlic, cumin and coriander to the mashed potatoes and gently place the paratha on a hot tawa. Roast it until golden brown, serve hot and enjoy.
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