Friday, February 5, 2010

Breakfast Recipes - Chapatis/Parathas/Puri Recipes - Soft Chapattis

Breakfast Recipes plays a vital role of your recipe collection. To start your day, it is important that you have a good, healthy breakfast which should give you that special energy to pull you through....

As it is a known fact, Indian breakfast is varied and consists of steamed, roasted as well as fried foods/items.

The recipes are easy to make. Most are quick recipes which will take you about 15-20 minutes to make. Even that time you can reduce by doing a little planning and preparation the day before itself.

The North Indian Breakfast food differs a little from the South Indian food. Many of the South Indian Recipes are made by using rice whereas the North Indians use wheat more often

South Indian breakfast consists of Idli, Dosa, Uthappam, Upma, Aval varieties, Vada, et all. All these are surved with chutney, which may vary accoriding to ones fancy & taste.

North Indian breakfasts consists of Paranthas and they are served best with good tasty/hot Pickles or with nuritious vegetable curries.

Many families also have bread toast and jam or marmalade, cereals and such ready items for breakfast. Its nice to make something different everyday and I, ofcourse, make it a point to do so....And why not, when I have such a large variety of healthy recipes to choose from. After all, the best way to a Man's Heart [and your family] through their STOMACH...!!!

There are a variety of popular chapati recipes associated with different regions of India. Get a taste of real India by trying my easy Chapati recipes. Let's start cooking.......,I am sure you will find my Breakfast Recipes health and tasty....


1.  Soft Chapati

It is eaten generally at breakfast, lunch or dinner. That is, it is a part of a main meal. It is served with vegetable fries, curries, dals or chutneys.


  • 2 cups Wheat Flour
  • 1 tsp Ghee
  • 1 tsp Salt 
  • Water to knead dough

• Mix ghee, salt, wheat flour and adequate amount of water to knead smooth dough.
• Leave it for an hour.
• Make equal sized balls, smear them with dry flour and roll them out on a rolling board.
• Heat a griddle. Put the chapati on it.
• Moderately roast both the sides of chapati on griddle.
• Chapati is ready to serve.

[ Calories Per Serving::  60
Preparation Time: 7 to 8 Minutes
Serves :  8

Type: Veg ]

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