Postcards from a Breakfast in Delhi

We passed through Delhi again on our way to our favourite city in India, Udaipur (stay tuned!!!!) — and that got us another hotel breakfast of supreme deliciousness.

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My favourite savoury pancakes, uttapam, are made with the same batter as dosa (fermented rice and lentil batter!). Instead of being cooked on the griddle as thin & crispy crêpes (which is what you would do for dosa), uttapam are cooked as thick pancakes, which are fluffy on the inside and crispy on the outside:

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I like them really crispy on the outside:

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Sevia Upma is spicy and made with rice vermicelli noodles (who doesn’t want noodles for breakfast?):

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And fried lentil and rice fritters (vada):

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While we didn’t have time to tour any more of Delhi, we did manage to check out the hotel’s vegetable gardens:

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And off to Udaipur!!!

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