Monday, July 02, 2007

WBB # 12: Final Breakfast Roundup



Here are the rest of the splendid breakfast entries:

How could I forget Ashaji's other contribution: Idlis with Saagu for the most filling breakfast?? Just look at the color!

Mandira's version of Pohe with sprouts.....you can't go wrong when you start your day this healthy!
A steaming bowl of spiced up Couscous is just the remedy for the weekend blahs.....go ahead and try it like Priya did!The Good old standby- the poha.....confort breakfast food at its best....check out Jyothsna's Version along with some memories of Bombay...err....Mumbai.....
Why go anywhere else when you can whip up a fine breakfast such as this Egg Bhurji and Masala Spinach on your own! Delicious for Egg and Spinach Lovers!

Cinnamon, Blueberries and Chocolate Goat Cheese, yes, that is what I said....are ALL what Cara's Waffles are about...this is one breakfast I am NOT going to pass up, bring it on!
Imagine waking up to the smell of Glenna's "Cardamom Toast", What can be better than that????
Manasi's Appey Patra will have you coming back for more! Try this easy recipe using pancake mix!
Grab a couple of these Orange and date bars that Sunita made, and you'll have enough nutrition and energy to take care of your weekend chores!If anyone *can*, its Linda.....you can't go wrong when it is one of her tried and tested recipes......be sure to bake a batch of these muffins on a weekend! You *can't* go wrong!


Indulge in Nature's Butter- the Avocado, try it like Hema did, in a chutney form to be served with the ever favorite Idlis!

Toss out the store bought jams and spreads and indulge in the homemade goodness of Mathy's Mango Jam!

Borrow SHN's idea to make this Classic for an elegant weekend brunch.....a sure fire way to impress your friends and family!Pintoo's Nutmeg-Sesame Cake is sure to liven up any breakfast or brunch table, drizzle some Maple syrup on top and savor each bite!


You'll certainly be in Masala heaven once you sip Praveen's Spicy Coffee...with Cardamom & Cinnamon!
Sarina's Peppery-Paprika Cornbread will have you reaching for seconds! Try this with a pat of butter and margarine for the ultimate flavor!
Roopa lets us in on the secret of the "Chow Chow Bhaath" and serves up two delicious versions, have a look:
Suganya of Tasty Palettes has just whipped up a batch of these delicious Apple Crunch Muffins...
Coffee send us this Masaledar entry for breakfast- Eggless Masala French Toast! What a treat!
Sheela has the ultimate healthy combo in one....Daal and Paratha....a must try for 'Paratha' lovers......
Cheerios in a "Chaat" form....that's what Ruchi has in mind, this I could have any time of the day, not just B'fast!

How about giving these Chai Masala and Ginger Scones a try?? A Masala tea lover's delight!
Hima has come up with a tasty combination for chutney- Apples and Peanut Butter....to be served with some Sabudana Dosa, why wouldn't you want to try this??Mamatha would like you to try her Idli with Hiddikbele Saaru for a lovely change to your Idli-Chutney breakfast, and here it is!
Meeta serves up a totally Indian Breakfast with a spicy Egg and Mushroom Roll and a Masala Chai to wash it down with!
Deena made some rava Uttapams, how's that for a totally spicy breakfast?? Serve these with some chutney and you'll be set until lunch!Grilled Idli Sandwiches.....a totally different way of having your favorite idlis- all courtesy of Archana!

Gayatri makes an Upma that is worth waking up early for......with bread! One of my favorites!
Srivalli would like to you taste her Spicy, Peppery Macaroni...one bite and it will have you hooked....
Sigma makes things spicy with the classic-Puttu and Kadala Curry,chock full of protein, this meal will energize!Tee's Moong Daal Chiles will have you asking for more..full of flavor and healthy nutrients, this is fit enough for the pickiest eaters in your home.
Laavanya has come up with something new for the plain old bread, have a look at these bread cups with a filling of healthy veggies and cheese....!A spicy breakfast platter awaits you when you visit Aruna.....start your day off with some Pineapple with Pizzaz and Garlic toast.....Madhuli's Nutri-Sandwich is a meal all on its own. Tasty and spicy, this sandwich is sure to please the palate!

Quick to make yet big on flavor,Nupur would like you to try these 'Jhatpat Appeys'...a must for Sooji lovers!
Settle down with some Kashmiri Kehwa and some Moong Daal Chillas on a weekend to totally relax the mind and the stomach.....see how Priyanka does it!
Celebrate a rainy weekend like Arundhati does, by making Venn-Pongal..a meal that is sure enough to warm you up!
Try Padmaja's Spicy Vermicelli Upma with all spice powder to wake your senses and taste buds up!
The Cooker's way of making Parathas in advance will have you out of the kitchen and enjoying these in no time....just see for your self!
Looking to spice up the mundane cup of coffee in the morning?? Try Dee's version of Spiced Coffee....you'll be glad you did!
You'll want more of Elly's Honey-Spiced Scones for sure when you sink your teeth into one...! Have a look!



Thank you ALL for participating, and making this breakfast theme a hit~ I enjoyed each and every entry...if I have missed any of your entries, please let me know and I will fix it as soon as possible. Enjoy the roundup, will see you in the next post with some Lip -Smacking good Punjabi recipes!

35 comments:

Linda said...

What a fabulous array of breakfast treats Trupti! Thanks for putting it all together. Could never go hungry visiting here, for sure! :)

Mishmash ! said...

Trupti, with those cute li'l notes of yours, round up looks like a perfect spicy-breakfast buffet!! Appreciate all your efforts!!

Shn

Priya said...

Thank you so much for including my entry Trupti :) The round-up is overwhelming and I am going to come back to this post very frequently for ideas.

archana said...

So many varieties for brunch/breakfast. I am bookmarking all the round up posts for reference. Actually thanx to you Trupti for choosing such a nice theme. This gave us bloggers enough scope to come up with a variety of recipes :)

Arundati Rao said...

what a fantastic array of breakfast ideas...its like a one stop shop for me!! thanks trupti!!

Srivalli said...

Trupti...great job in getting this event around...your notes on each dish is very interesting.....so many varieties ...simply out of the world.

srivalli
www.cooking4allseasons.blogspot.com

Nirmala said...

Trupti, I missed to send my entry by email but I had linked this post in my post at http://passionatetrials.wordpress.com/2007/06/25/dollar-uthappam/. If you could add it to the roundup It would be great...else no problem :)
And the roundup is wonerful Trupti. Great work!

Jyothsna said...

A very nice and appetizing round up! Thankyou for your efforts!

HAREKRISHNAJI said...

my god so much to eat at breakfast time

Vcuisine said...

An excellent round up Trupti. Real breafast mela. Your spicy thoughts add more taste to it. Good job. Viji

rads said...

oh boy! That was a feast! Thank u soooo much. I am always searching for what to cook for snacks/breakfast.

:)

Nupur said...

Yummy! Another delicious set of recipes...thank you for a lovely event, Trupti!

Foodie said...

Trupti, this is a one fat recipe list worth a month of breakfast.
My, my, you made the event a blast with all the excitement and passionate food lovers.
Thanks for including mine too.
simply brilliant!

sunita said...

That was the grand finale to an equally grand event...thanks for putting in all that hard work...well done!!!

Suganya said...

Excellent round-up Trupti!

Richa said...

such a yummy round up :)
have been a bit busy last couple of days, havey kaley rajja che, relax karis!

The TriniGourmet said...

wow so many delicious options, have bookmarked this page so that i can go through them all :)

hema said...

Great work, trupti...so many spicy breakfasts...

Coffee said...

Breakfast is only made in my house over the weekends..... all thru the week we just have cereals..... have to akkha varash nu breakfast menu taiyaar che! :)

Great round up there! :)

Asha said...

YAY!! I caught up with the final one too.Great round up,must be quite a chore for you with all other things you do as well.THANK YOU!!:))

Saju said...

amazing array of breakfast stuff, I wish I had participated - no kitchen, while I was travelling
Now I am home, wait to be dazzled!!

marriedtoadesi.com said...

Trupti,

You are seriously the queen of hosting these events. I just got a note from the post office, that your package arrived and I'm so excited to pick it up tomorrow! My blog has FINALLY been updated, and I've put up a link to your Food Network site! The best part of winning, is seeing Shankar tell all our friends that he won a cooking competition! Thanks Trupti,Kanch

Sia said...

my-o-my!!! that's one brillient round up T. sorry, i am buried till neck with all office work. so couldn't come n leave comment. trying to catch up with u all slowly. hw have u been dear? my hol was gr8.

Kajal said...

Hi Trupti,

Great round up, nice presentation with lovely words. My eyes are not blinking to see each post.....lots of new recipe for morning.:)))

vasilisa said...

that's so many breakfast ideas! just what I was looking for. thanks a lot for your efforts :-)

DEEPA said...

Excellent round up trupti ....Excellent spread also ...

Julie said...

Everything looks so delicious, I wish I could try it all.

Elly said...

What a delicious looking round up! Yum. Thanks for hosting!

WokandSpoon said...

That was a great round up! Some of those breakfasts were definitely more creative that just wholemeal toast and jam! ;-)

ushaprashanth said...

Hi trupti!
Great work you have done!!!!!Keep it up!

Sig said...

Delicious! Amazing roundup,thanks for hosting Trupti!

Meeta said...

Fab job Trupti! You were a gracious hostess and I really enjoyed this session. A great array of spicy breakfast dishes.

Priyanka said...

Great roundup of breakfast dishes as usual. By the way, wanted to let you know that whenever i click on Deena's Rava uttapam, i am directed to Meeta's blog.

Nandita said...

Great effort with the round up Trupti, you've been a lovely hostess and I'm sure everyone has enjoyed the spicy spread. My internet is back and I could finally view all the lovely stuff here.

jottingsnmusings said...

Omigod! What a fab breakfast spread Trupti. I'm gonna spend the next whole year trying them out! :-)

So glad I visited here! You have a beautiful site. Hope you return to blogging very soon.

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