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A Cold Winter Morning & Bachelor Breakfast Feast

Monday, March 11, 2013 31 Comments

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. A good breakfast ensures a good start. Well I miss it almost everyday so I thought of compensating my missed breakfast mornings with an elaborate spread. I called a friend over- another "out of home, away from family" hungry bachelor. 

"Rice Bran Oil" what is that? asked my friend.
Me: Ah well, its an oil
My Friend: I can read it too but never heard of it. Don't tell me are you gonna cook with it?
Me: Yes, off course. So what do you wanna eat?
Friend: What happened to all that Olive and other fancy oils that you bought last time? 
Me: They all are there but today is our "Rice Bran Oil morning"! Are you ready?
Friend: Err, Ahem, I dunno how will it taste, never tried. Besides I am too ambitious with breakfast today, let not your experimentation spoil it.
Me: Don't worry. Let me know your pick- Indian or continental?
Friend: Whatever. I really wonder what all you can make from it
Me: Everything, almost everything. Watch out.

Breakfast with Rice Bran Oil

The recipes that I am sharing here is primarily a bachelor's joy and quite a staple diet at many Indian households. Yes, I can cook exotic stuff with it but frankly, I would like to experiment with stuffs that I eat more regularly, using oil. I tried to bring a variety for the sake of this contest. The Recipes are-

  1. Masala Oats Upma on a bed Chilli Onion Garnish & tangy tamarind chutney
  2. Green Egg Omelette
  3. Almond Suji ka Sira (yes you read it right!)

Masala Oats Upma

  • A packet of Quaker Masala Oats
  • Chopped Onion, Green Chilies, Parsley, Garlic, Mushroom (optional)
  • Fortune Rice Bran Oil
  • Tamarind chutney and Other Veggies (optional)
Cooking Time: 10 mins

  • Take a pan, pour a small teaspoon of oil, add masala oats and stir it for few seconds. 
  • Tame a cup of water, bringing it to boil and cook till oats are done and soak all water.
  • Transfer the cooked oats to a serving plate
  • Take a small pan, grease it with a tbsp of oil, add Fennel and allow to splutter
  • Now add the chopped onions (long & slender), green chili and garlic and toss it for 2 minutes till onion become translucent. If you are a mushroom lover, add mushroom to it.
  • Spread some Tamarind chutney on top bed of oats and add a layer of cooked onions.
  • Garnish with fresh Parsley. Ready to eat

Green Egg Omelette
  • Two eggs- beaten
  • Fine chopped Spring Onions, Green chilies, Parsley, Coriander, Green Olives & Jalapenos (optional), Feta Chese
  • Rice Bran oil
  • Salt as per taste

Cooking Time: 10 mins

  • Take a bowl and beat eggs till it turn fully yellow. Add Salt, Greens, onions and others
  • Take a pan, grease it with oil and once suitably heated, spread the half of raw egg mix on it.
  • Pour a thick paste of green chutney along the corners and top it with other residual egg barter
  • Grease the corners with little oil and allow omelette to cook. Garnish with Feta chese shreds or cut them into small cubes and serve along
  • Served with Tomato Ketchup...Finished within a minute

Almond Suji ka Sira
  • Suji (Semolina)
  • Sugar, 1 cup of milk & 3 cups of hot water
  • Rice bran oil
  • Almond (soaked & fine crushed), Green Cardamom seeds

Cooking Time: 15 mins

  • Take a wok, add some oil (depending on the amount of Sira you want to make, I used 3 tbsp)
  • Add some sugar, Suji and stir it till suji turns golden brown
  • Add milk in the fine crushed almond paste, mix and add them to semolina.
  • Stir it for some time, add water and keep stirring. The best part of Sira is how well you stir it.
  • Once cooked, take it off flame and serve garnishing with cardamom seeds.

The recipe is simple to sound and make but quintessential part of Indian households including guest house etc. Bachelors would just freak out on it. Hope you like it. Do share your comments below.

This post is a part of Healthy & Tasty Recipe Contest with Fortune Rice Bran Health Oil &

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  3. Nice ones . Will try it out . But i am veggie So no egg omlet .

    Travel India

    1. Thanks Vishal. May be you can substitute besan (gram flour) with egg batter. what say?

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  5. aaah...bacehlor breakfast...until i got married, staying with family i never realised the importance of cooked meals in front of me......when i got married and had to live with hubby (read nuclear set up) was pain initially to think on meals which could be made in less time and also be healthy :)

    rice bran is promoted as the next best healthy thing.......well, i hope it is....

    1. Exactly my point. So much we started valuing mom made khana after staying away from home.

      Thanks for sharing your view and I must tell you I just reciprocate the same. Yes heard of 10 nutrient factors..lets hope they succeed in being next healthy :)

  6. Lots of cooking... yummy it all looks.. healthy I am sure it is...
    I plan to do some cooking too :)

    1. let me know once you finish doing it...I am planning to do more...BTW u finished ur story for losing it contest?

  7. Ahh wot an scrumptious breakfast ...... My fav was the green omlette :) Have been hearing a lot about rice barn oil with respect to its health effects. Yet to lay my hands on it. Nice space :)


    1. Thanks a lot Satrupa. Yeah, I too am hearing about it..lets see how it turns.

  8. We have tried rice bran oil... and it tastes ok... the upma looks yummy...

  9. Advertising rice bran oil?

    Well, the dishes are interesting anyway.

    1.'s for a contest by blogadda team and Fortune Rice Bran oil.


  10. Breakfast is really the most important meal and for that it has to be healthy. Very nice recipes.

    New post up

  11. well done...
    i will try it out...

    1. let me know how it turns..happy to help! :)

  12. Hey...Great Recipes. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Thanks for liking it, Janika!

  13. NICE!! I love new breakfast ideas. Have never used rice bran oil...and now am intrigued. Must read up about it.

  14. Ekta this OATS upma is yummylicious.. TASTY and healty. Perfect. All my votes for it as right now am on diet ;) Rest all r also slurpy
    Being a south indian LOVED this post

  15. hi,a breakfast decides the fate of a are only making more beautiful.


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