Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Chai pe nahi, breakfast pe bulana hai!

Mayer Hawthorne said – “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and I definitely have a hearty breakfast before I do anything.” And we as Indians literally beg to differ to that concept and usually we are the first to skip breakfast citing n number of reasons. Children getting late to school compromise on breakfast, working parents due to want of time grabs something and rushes to office and most importantly for the housewives & moms breakfast is generally a cup of tea with a couple of biscuits that too way past the breakfast timings! Have we not experienced this very often in each of our households?
All these we have indulged in very conventional type of food when it comes to breakfast like idly, dosa, pongal, vada, upma when it comes to the southern part of the country. These are little heavy on our stomach, requires a lot of ingredients and eats up a humongous of time before it comes to the table. But the question is can we bring in a change in the system of breakfast to make it more interesting, more delicious, more nutritious, more compelling and absolutely uncompromisable?
Dhan te dan!! The answer is yes! Here comes the welcome change in the form of Kellogg’s Corn Flakes.
Kellogg’s Corn Flakes has redefined the very concept of breakfast. We all have heard about a three course or four course meals but have you heard about a three or four course breakfast, at least in India? Never! But Gupta ji’s home has all the recipes ready to meet such demand of a breakfast spread. The most important point here is the time consumption. With Kellogg’s Corn Flakes, nobody can give an excuse of “no time”. Out of the lavish 116 spread, each dish doesn't take more than 15 minutes of time and hence throw that excuse of “no time” goes out of the window. Not only that, one has a recipe or an exclusive dish to match every occasion and to celebrate it. At the Gupta ji’s household from celebrating Sunita mousi’s home visit cancellation to impressing the kid’s first crush; from getting back the authority on remote to preparing tiffin for a competition in school to a “Sanskaar” session at home – Kellogg’s Corn Flakes has a perfect breakfast recipe for everything. Isn't that exciting?
Secondly this gives way to the old school of thoughts where one invites another over lunch or dinner. Now with this versatility on the breakfast spread and lesser time consumption in the areas of preparation, who would even have one percent of apprehension? So #KelloggsWaleGuptaji, like many others, I am waiting for the breakfast invite and to be a part of the Kellogg’s Corn Flakes family.
Here’s my wish list for the nashta:

Welcome drink: 
  • Kellogg's® Oats Peppy Papaya Drink

  • Kellogg's® Oats Veggie Nutri Cutlets
  • Cheese Curd Dip
  • Grilled Cornflake Polenta Sticks
  • Basil Curd Dip

Soup & Salad
  • Cornflakes Mushroom Soup
  • Crunchy Fruit Salad

  • Apple Cornflakes Pancakes
  • Mayo Cornflakes Sandwich
  • Cornflake Dahi Upma
  • Cornflakes Anjeer Porridge
  • Kellogg's® Oats Tamrind Rice

  • Cornflake Walnut Chocolate Muffin
  • Cornflake Coconut Ladoos
  • Cornflakes Kewra Badam Kheer
  • Black Forest Shake


To naashte mein kab bula rahen hain #KelloggsWaleGuptaji?

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