Cornflakes Malai Chini Toast.
Cornflakes Malai Chini Toast.

Breakfast in Office: Cornflakes Malai Chini Toast and more

Eating healthy is neither boring nor troublesome. Use these quick recipes to power pack your breakfast for office

Cornflakes Malai Chini Toast

Method

Smooth 1 tbsp light cream using a spoon in a thin layer on a toasted bread slice and arrange 1/2 banana slices on top. Sprinkle few cornflakes on top followed by 1/2 tsp grain sugar.

Rahis Khan, executive chef, The Metropolitan Hotel & Spa

The goodness factor

Bananas are loaded with resistant starch, which not just fills you up, but also keeps those damaging cravings away and boosts your metabolism.

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Fruit Sandwich
Fruit Sandwich

Fruit Sandwich

Method

Take a glass bowl and add 10g of honey, 5g of chopped mint, 1/2 tbsp of strawberry jam to 2 tbsp hung curd. Whisk to a smooth consistency. Add 2 tbsp finely chopped fruits (any). Make a sandwich using this filling.

Rahis Khan, Executive Chef, The Metropolitan Hotel & Spa

Goodness factor

Fruits add fibre and antioxidants and yoghurt delivers the much needed protein.

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Salmon and Ciabatta sandwich
Salmon and Ciabatta sandwich

Salmon and Ciabatta sandwich

Method

Cut 1 ciabatta bread into half and toast. Mix together 1 tbsp butter, ½ tsp of chopped dill and 10ml lemon juice, to a smooth paste. Apply on bread. Arrange 2 smoked salmon slices and sprinkle a pinch of crushed pepper on top.

Rahis Khan, Executive Chef, The Metropolitan Hotel & Spa

The goodness factor

Wheat bread delivers complex carbs and salmon is a source of good fats.

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Taranato Omelette.
Taranato Omelette.

Taranato Omelette

Method

Beat 1 egg and one white with salt and pepper and add fresh shredded 20g spinach, 20g sun dried tomato and 10ml skimmed milk. Make an omelette and put the remaining egg yolk and 10g parmesan cheese on top. Cook till the cheese melts and attains light brown colour.

Rahis Khan, executive chef, The Metropolitan Hotel & Spa

The goodness factor

One egg delivers 6g protein, only 70 calories and vitamins and minerals.

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Sunny Side Up
Sunny Side Up

Sunny Side Up

Method

Take 180g yoghurt in a muslin cloth and hang for 3-4 hours. Add a pinch of green cardamom and whisk to a smooth consistency. Keep aside. Make a dressing using 2tsp honey, 1tsp lemon juice, 1tsp of olive oil and dress fruit batons with it. Add 100g of pureed mango and the yoghurt. Serve chilled.

Rahis Khan, Executive Chef, The Metropolitan Hotel & Spa

The goodness factor

This provides fibre, protein and antioxidants.

Kavita Devgan

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