A Vegan Breakfast Menu, Curated Specially For You
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According to experts, protein is one of the essential nutrients needed by the body because it aids in the growth of muscles and the healing and formation of new cells. It is a key nutrient for the body's metabolic processes as well. However, as a result of changing lifestyles, many of us are now so busy that we neglect our health. As highlighted many times, one of the most significant meals of the day is breakfast, and having protein at breakfast can help you stay active all day long while your body digests the protein. Those who are busy struggle to come up with a breakfast option that would satisfy their protein needs and easy to make. Here is a list of three such high-protein meals that are also easy to prepare.  

Chickpea Omelette 

Omelette is not just egg omelette, those seeking vegan protein sources can also enjoy this ideal breakfast option. It has an  omelette-like flavou and is egg-free and gluten-free. Here's how you can make it. In a bowl, combine 30 g of chickpea flour with 1 tablespoon of nutritional yeast and a little salt. Then, mix everything thoroughly while adding 2-4 tbsp of water to create a smooth paste. For a smoother paste, add more water. Add 2-3 tbsp of finely chopped bell peppers, 2 tbsp of mushrooms, 1/2 sliced red onion, and 2-3 tbsp of your preferred herbs after that. After thoroughly combining all the ingredients, heat some butter or oil in a pan over medium heat. Add a couple of ladles of this batter to the pan after letting it heat up nicely. Cook for 3-5 minutes after spreading like an omelette. Turn it over once it appears to be cooked and continue cooking from the other side. Enjoy this lean, protein-rich breakfast after topping with your preferred cheese. 

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People who cannot eat paneer or other types of protein may like this vegan meal. Only 4 ingredients are required to make it, and it tastes really wonderful. Heat some oil in a frying pan over medium heat. When the oil is hot enough, add the crumbled tofu, along with 1/4 tsp of salt, 2 pinches of black pepper, and the turmeric powder. Cook the tofu for 5-7 minutes at a medium temperature after thoroughly mixing with gentle strokes. Serve hot. 


Cheela makes a delicious paneer-stuffed dosa and can be made in no time if you have the batter ready. For this cheela, soak 1 cup moong dal and 1/2 cup urad dal overnight or for 8 hours. After the dals have been soaked, grind them with 2-3 green chillies and a 1-inch piece of ginger. Ensure that the dal batter is smooth. Next, add 1 cup paneer, 1 chopped tomato, 1 finely chopped small onion, 1/4 tsp chaat masala powder, coriander leaves, and salt to taste in a bowl. Now, heat a medium-sized dosa tawa and clean it with some water. Next, distribute it evenly throughout the surface with a kitchen brush. After that, spread a ladleful of the batter in the shape of a dosa over the pan. Add a couple of tablespoons of the paneer mixture after letting it cook for a minute to make it crispy, then fold the cheela like a dosa. Enjoy it while it's still in the pan with some green chutney.