Breakfast is an important meal of the day as it gives the required energy to our body to kick start a day and hence it should be wisely planned. A good breakfast should be filling, healthy and delicious and at the same time it should be easy to prepare. Time plays an important role especially in the busy morning hours and so the menu we choose should not take more time either.
In continuation to my GUEST POST SERIES , today’s guest on Spoon Fork And Food is POONAM BACHHAV , a young and talented Food Blogger, Photographer, Recipe Developer & Author at Annapurna. I have been knowing Poonam from couple of months when i first met her on Facebook and gradually she became an active member of my Food Group Filfora – Lets Talk Food! Her blog is a collection of healthy and nutritious home cooked food and the USP of her blog is pictorial depiction of the recipe. Her recipes are simple and easy with a healthy perspective that makes them even more delectable. While i was thinking of starting up the guest post series again this year, i had couple of bloggers in my mind whom i really wanted to participate and share my space with their amazing work. I am glad that Poonam accepted the invite and invested her time and hard work to grace the beauty of my blog. Let’s now move on to the recipe, but before that check what Poonam has to say about me …
“I have known Shaheen as a fellow blogger only for a short while now, but her out of the world photography skills and fantastic cooking has left me spell bound. So when I was given a chance to contribute to her healthy series of quick and easy breakfast ideas, I had to grab it. I hope I could do justice to her blog with my humble post. For busy moms and working folks, pre planning a next day meal saves lots of energy and time. One such breakfast option is cutlet with healthy goodness of vegetables and oats. These cutlets can be made with any vegetables of our choice or that are available in our kitchen pantries. Oats are known to be wonder food for their high fiber content and healthy cholesterol lowering properties. But often kids and fussy eaters do not want to have them in porridges, so these vegetable cutlets serve great hiding place for healthy ingredients like oats and flax seeds. I have added roasted oats. You may powder them before adding.
One more added advantage of these cutlets is that they can be made ahead of time and just shallow fried before serving. They can be had as a healthy and filling breakfast or served as a snack during day time. They can be packed in lunch box and also serve as a starter for kid’s parties.”