5 Simple Breakfast Recipes For People With A Busy Lifestyle
The problem with most office going people is that their busy schedule doesn't allow for them to prepare a healthy breakfast before leaving for work in the morning. But worry not foodies; we have prepared a menu of delectable dishes you can cook up in minutes to give you a great head start to your day.
Here are some simple breakfast recipes for people with a busy lifestyle...
Le Ol' Scrambled Eggs
Scrambled eggs have been synonymous with breakfasts since donkey's years. This dish is not only quick and easy to make, but it doesn't take up too much tinkering in the kitchen either. Just crack open two eggs in a bowl, whisk it with a dash of milk, salt and pepper. Pour it onto a non-stick pan on a medium flame and wait for at least one minute. When the eggs begin to thicken, fluff it up with a fork or spatula. Cook it till all the liquid dries and your scrambled eggs are ready. Scrambled eggs are best served with toasted bread.
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Oats Soaked To Perfection
This no-flame recipe requires almost no preparation and can be made the night before to save you time in the morning. The best part about it is that it's all natural and gives you a very healthy boost to start your day. All you need to do is mix half a cup of oats with one cup of milk, throw in half a diced banana and a pinch of cinnamon. Pour the mixture into a Tupperware box and seal the lid on tight. Allow it to infuse together in the fridge overnight and it is ready for consumption the next morning!
BSS (Banana Strawberry Smoothie)
This very luscious and refreshing smoothie is the perfect start to an active day, especially if you're the kind of person who starts their day with an early morning jog. Again, no cooking involved here; simply place a handful of chopped strawberries and a sliced banana into half a cup of curd. You may add a teaspoon of honey to the mix if you please and give the mixture a few short churns in a blender. Pour the creamy smoothie into a tall glass and drink it chilled to make the most of it.
Sheera lends a very sweet start to the day, and doesn't take all too long to prepare either. Heat a pan with 2 tablespoons of pure ghee in it and fry cashews, raisins and 1 cup of semolina in it. Add little more than a cup of boiling water to the fried mixture and cook it till it gets a smooth and fine consistency. Finally, add half a cup of sugar and keep stirring so that it does not form lumps. You can top it off with a sprinkle of crushed cashews, raisins and almonds.
Salami Sandwich, Anyone?
A very simple sandwich that can be made in less than 5 minutes and that doesn't take too much effort; this is a perfect breakfast snack. Butter up two slices of bread and place lettuce leaves on each slice accompanied by four slices of salami. You may grate some cheese on it and top it off with some mustard sauce and you are good to go.
Now that you know the secrets to making a quick and tasty breakfast, no more going hungry to work again.