Quick to make and easily loved by everyone, these sizzling parathas can make any morning perfect. All you need is to use items like jowar bajra, ragi and drumstick leaves with millet instead of wheat. Add fenugreek leaves or stuff with paneer, onions, etc. to make it more delicious. Or if you prefer simple, just have ragi Tawa paratha served with curd or yogurt.
Dosa is rich in protein
Idli and dosa are among the tastiest and most versatile Indian dishes, especially in the morning. You can prepare idlis and dosas according to your dietary needs. Use buckwheat or kuttu flour (no fermentation required) or use oats for your protein-rich morning dosa. Using seasonal vegetables to make your dosa, such as peas and spinach, is a great way to make a protein-rich dosa.
Bhurjis are rich in protein
When you need something quick, but without compromising on nutrition, bhurjis can come to your rescue. Paneer and egg bhurji are easy to prepare and rich in protein, vitamins, iron and zinc. You can make your breakfast more nutritious by adding vegetables like peas, bell peppers, and mushrooms. Want to make it a little different? Add some grated mozzarella cheese on top.
Continental Protein Diet for Morning
Variety is a typical family need that you will encounter quite a lot, especially with breakfast. So it makes sense to try something out of the box from time to time. For example, a continental breakfast with eggs, bread, and some vegetables. The best part is that you have complete control over the spiciness of this simple yet nutritious concoction.
Prepare eggs as omelettes or half-fried, sprinkle with salt and black pepper. Served with spinach leaves, baked potatoes and mushrooms. For extra nutrition with cheese and wholemeal toast.
If you want to add a protein-rich supplement, you can also add grilled or boiled salmon or chicken pieces.
Light Breakfast with Protein Punch
Chilla or cheela is another popular recipe that is a high-protein and weight-friendly all-weather breakfast. Usually made with besan and served with pudina or ketchup, cheela can make your mornings delicious and nutritious at the same time.
You can boost your cheela with peas and cheese (paneer) and serve with garlic pudina or tomato chutney. Garlic is another substance your body loves to use because it helps fight the flu, lowers cholesterol, and provides antioxidants.
Protein shakes & smoothies
Oatmeal, orange, and almond milk are a combination worth trying. Use honey or dates depending on your preference for sweetener. Another combination you can try is blackberry and curd with honey as a sweetener.