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Breaded Prawns

This is a quick starter that can be made within minutes. While this is a Goan recipe, there are similar variants across the Konkan coast and in South India. The crunch on these prawns makes it difficult to eat only a few.
 
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Spicy Bread Roast

This is a South Indian bread preparation that is had for breakfast. It is more like a spiced French Toast and one can vary the spice level as desired. There are some days where I use more herbs; and on other days I prefer more spice – just to wake me up 🙂
 
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Aloo & Cheese Ke Parathas (Potato & Cheese Parathas)

Aloo Cheese ParathasIn this version of the stuffed paratha, I have used the classic combination of potato and cheese. Having this paratha on a cold morning is something which I often look forward to as it’s gooey stuffing makes this delicious recipe worm its way to the top of my ‘Food To Eat In Winter’ list.

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French Toast

Few hundred years ago, poor French families wanted to reuse their stale bread. They decided to soak their bread in a milk and egg mix and fry it, to make it easier to chew.

Today, French bread is quiet popular for breakfast. I French Toastremember sinking my teeth into this preparation as a kid and would look forward for the next time when it would be prepared at home. Today when I make French Toast, I either make it plain, or I twist it. Few options are to have it with a Honey Compound Butter, or sprinkle it with cinnamon sugar; or drizzle it with honey and then top it with almond slivers. YUM!!!

As a celebratory breakfast, I usually cut the bread slices into 1 inch thick slices and then fry it. It looks more dainty when arranged on a platter…..and sprinkle it with icing sugar.

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