5 Favorite Sunday breakfasts

Tanya had invited us to share our favorite Sunday Breakfasts

Channas with kulcha;

Though the traditional desi breakfast is halwa puri, all the family is interested in the chana ( chickpea+ potato curry) and eat them with a breakfast version of naans, called kulchas. Kulcha is a plain naan with sesame seeds and it has a wonderful toasty taste!

Continental breakfast;

Fresh seasonal fruit juice, perhaps some cereal as a starter and later warm croissants, butter and jam followed by strong coffee. I love this because there are no eggs here. And I am a carb junkie!

French toast with special chai;

There is a restaurant which does a special version of French toast. They make them twice as thick as ordinary toast and these are probably baked to make them super soft on the inside and fully cooked on the outside. You can get Nutella stuffed French toast too. The restaurant serves these yummy treats with special chai, a mixture of spiced tea and earl gray.

Aaloo paratha and masala chai;

As I mentioned earlier, I am a carb junkie so a paratha stuffed with potatoes is my idea of a great breakfast. Mint chutney on the side, served with milk-tea or masala tea completes this awesome breakfast.

Spanish omelette with café latte;

Since I’m not overly fond of eggs, an omelette comes at the bottom of the list. I like spicy Spanish omelette, with jalapeños, served with salsa and sour cream. I like this breakfast with a big mug of Latte.

This mouthwatering post is in response to Tanya’s 5 Things Tuesday

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66 thoughts on “5 Favorite Sunday breakfasts

  1. Our Sunday breakfasts are so similar. Maa prepares food that takes time to process on weekends especially on Sundays. Naan and Channa masala is my favourite! We have french toast for snacks in the evening!
    I wanna know the recipe of Teas you make in Pakistan, do share it someday, I would love to try them. 😄

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        1. We have the usual, Lipton tea, earl gray and twinnings teas from uk. The trick I was taught by my daughter is to boiling the tea leaves in a little water till you obtain the full color. And then add milk. I like my tea to be milky and creamy yet strong. I boil the mixture till I think it’s the right consistency. Cardamom and sometimes cinnamon powder can be added.

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  2. French toast stuffed with Nutella???????? 🤩🤩🤩🤩🤩🤩🤩🤩🤩🤩🤩🤩 Have you any idea how many lights in my eyes are turned on right now at the very imagination of it???

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