Weekend Breakfast are always nice and fancy, but we tend to make something instant during weekdays that might lack nutrition and makes us hungry again in very less time, which leads us to eat junk in between our meals. Therefore, we get you these delicious ideas of Breakfast Meal Plates which are easy to make and is filled with the necessary nutrients required for the day. Today, we have a Karnataka Style Breakfast Meal Plate, which has Masala Akki Roti, Red Chilli Coconut Chutney, Peanut Chutney Podi, Kashi Halwa and Filter Coffee.
Masala Akki Roti, is a Breakfast bread that is made with Rice flour. Rice Flour is mixed with some greens and masalas, to give it that delicious flavour. It is made in all the Karnataka households for breakfast and can be made for your everyday meals too. If you are looking for a gluten free option, then you can make this Akki Roti.
Along with Akki Roti, we have Red Chilli Coconut Chutney and Peanut Chutney Podi which are a great accompaniment to this Roti. In Red Chilli Coconut Chutney, dry red chillies and coconut is grind together and a tadka is given at the end. Peanut Podi is a powder of roasted peanuts and some other everyday masalas. Add some melted ghee in the Podi before you serve it.
To make this breakfast even better, we have served Kashi Halwa in this Breakfast Meal Plate, which is made of Ash Gourd and is an authentic Udupi Recipe. To end the meal plate, we have served a hot glass of Filter Coffee, which is a must in South Indian Breakfast meals.
So try this Breakfast meal plate next time when you are planning to make a delicious South Indian meal and also let us know how you liked it?
A delicious Flat Bread that is often made in Karnataka households. It is served during breakfast with Peanut chutney or any other South Indian chutney. To make this Akki Roti, rice flour is mixed with greens and masalas. You can also pack this in your Lunch Box.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other South Indian Recipes that can be made for breakfast:
With Akka Roti, we have served a Red Chilli Coconut Chutney Recipe which is a delectable and spicy accompaniment to many South Indian breakfast options such as idlis, vada, uttapams or dosai.
In this recipe, dry red chillies is blended with freshly grated coconut and a dash of coconut oil, to give it extra flavour. If you are averse to the overpowering flavour of coconut oil, you can use refined oil instead and it will make a tasty accompaniment to your breakfasts and meals.
If you like this chutney, you can also try other Chutney Recipes that can be paired with your South Indian Breakfast recipes:
Peanut Chutney Podi Recipe is made using roasted peanuts, garlic cloves, cumin seeds, coriander seeds, tamarind, curry leaves and chillies. It is a very easy recipe to prepare and can be stored for days without getting spoilt.
This Peanut Chutney Powder recipe can be served as an accompaniment along with any indian bread, parathas, dosas or even steamed rice with ghee. It goes well with most South Indian breakfast items.
If you like this recipe, you can also try Podi Recipes that you can try are:
- Karuveppilai Chutney Podi Recipe – Curry Leaves Chutney Podi
- Andhra Style Paruppu Podi Recipe – Dal Podi
- Idli Dosa Milagai Podi Recipe – South Indian Chilli Chutney Powder
Karnataka Style Kashi Halwa Recipe With Ash Gourd is an authentic Udupi Style recipe that can be served for your breakfast or even for your desserts.
White Pumpkin or Ash gourd is used to make this Halwa. Ash gourd is known as petha in Hindi, poosanikai in Tamil and kumbalanga in Malayalam.
Ash gourd is grated and cooked till soft, then sugar and ghee is added and it is flavoured with saffron and cardamom. Golden fried cashews are added to add extra flavour and crunch to this halwa.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Halwa Recipes such as:
Filter Coffee is a must with this delicious breakfast. It is a popular South Indian Coffee that is made in every South Indian household early morning and most of them start their morning with this cup of deliciousness.
You can also make other Tea/Coffee to pair with this breakfast: