Punjabi food is RICH but is DIVINE. Loads of butter melting on the crisp parathas served with dahi and mango pickle can Jump start your day. Here we have compiled some Punjabi breakfast menu recipes.
These mouthwatering recipes are very typical to any Punjabi household. Chole kulche or mooli paratha with giant Lassi glass is common sight in any punjabi home. We have also collected some Punjabi snacks breakfast recipes too. These come in very handy when planning a breakfast menu for guests and family. These dishes are calorie-loaded but will surely leave a lasting impact on your guests mind and soul both. More Punjabi Recipes
An all time favourite chole (chickpea curry) with deep fried bhature (maida puri) served with onion chutney salad and Lassi. Spicy, sinfully rich yet soul satisfying combination.
Tandoori Aloo Parantha
Boiled aloo mixed with spices and green coriander, stuffed in whole wheat chapati baked in oven, served with a dollop of butter.
Grated radish stuffed in whole wheat flour cover and slowly pan fried on tawa till golden and crisp. Served with green chutney, butter and dahi.
Grated gobhi (cauliflower) stuffed in whole wheat flour cover and slowly pan fried on tawa till golden and crisp. Served with green chutney, butter and dahi.
Besan Ka Cheela
Pancakes or dosas made of gramflour , pan fried slowly on tawa till golden and crisp. Mixed with finely chopped onion, green chillies and green coriander.
Simple potato curry with whole wheat deep fried bread served with raita or green chutney. Simple yet delectable.
Mashed paneer mixed with spices and green corinder and stuffed in roti and pan fried on tawa till cooked and golden on both sides.
Chilled sweet curd drink whisked and churned till frothy and smooth served in large Patiala glasses.
Urad dal fritters soaked in curd preparation and garnished with green and tamarind chutney.
Bread slices dipped in gramflour batter and deep fried in oil.
Mashed potato mixture flavoured with spices and wrapped in a maida covering and deep fried. Served with green and lal chutney. Everyone's favourite.