Breakfast in marathi language recipes

Varagu Pesarattu | Kodo Millet Pesarattu | Easy Breakfast Recipes

Varagu Pesarattu | Kodo Millet Pesarattu | Easy Breakfast Recipes

This pesarattu recipe is without rice and we are replacing rice with kodo millet also known as varagu in tamil, kodra or koden in hindi, in telugu,harka in Kannada, koovaragu in malayalam, kodra in marathi, punjabi, gujarati, kodo in bengali, kodua in oriya languages
Kerala style Upma - Nadan Kerala breakfast

Kerala style Upma - Nadan Kerala breakfast

There are various ways to prepare Upma which differs from place to place ,they are as different as their respective names ,like in Telugu it is known by Uppindi/Upma,in Tamil -Uppumaavu/Uppuma/Upma,in Kannada - Upiitu/KharaBhath, in Marathi - Uppeet/Upma,in Konkani - Rulanv ,in Hindi just Upma aaand in Malayalam,Uppumavu
Padma Pabda Fish Curry

Padma Pabda Fish Curry

A green masala Mackerel and the the roe of the Kingfish, lightly salted and fried asa breakfast delicacy
Turkey Travel-Log(ue) : Day 1

Turkey Travel-Log(ue) : Day 1

Breakfast was nice-the non-vegetarian version included some sort of a spinach moussaka, tasty mushrooms, a limp-but-tasty bread-and-ham concoction, a brownie and a surprisingly yummy salad- green and black salted olives (the first time I have ever tasted a buttery tasting olive
Gojju Awalakki ( Huli Awalakki )

Gojju Awalakki ( Huli Awalakki )

Huli Awalakki is a traditional breakfast dish in South Canara and in Karnataka. This flattened rice is called Awalakki in Kannada, Baajil in Tulu (language spoken in South Canara),Atukuluin - Telugu, Awal - Tamil and Malayalam, Chinde - Bengali and parts of Bihar and Jarkhand, Chira - Assamese, Chudaa in Oriya, Chiura in Nepali, Bhojpuri and Chhattisgarhi, Poha or Pauwa in Hindi, Pohe in Marathi, Phovu in Konkani and Pauaa/ Paunva in Gujarati
Avalakki Guli Appa/Paddu/Guntpongalu

Avalakki Guli Appa/Paddu/Guntpongalu

Avalakki Guli appa/Paddu is a breakfast/snack dish. Pohe in Marathi and Phovu in Konkani. Lets know about what they call this Avalakki/Beaten or flattened rice in some indian languages