Weekly Photo Challenge: Morning 2

By: Kamakshi

Jun 16 2011

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Category: Challenges, Food


Focal Length:36mm
Shutter:1/5 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 550D

OK! I am very inspired with all the posts for the theme of the week, and so let me present to you a  very typically South Indian Breakfast. On the plate is Idlies, Ulundu wada, Sambhar, Chutney, bread-butter and Ven-Pongal. I had trouble adjusting the lighting so the picture has come out grainy. What a wholesome way to end a chilly, rain-kissed and fun vacation!


22 comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Morning 2”

  1. Fascinating to see how another part of another continent breakfasts —
    Very fine, grainy or not —

  2. Hmmmm, looks interesting and very cultural. Perhaps you may be so kind as to describe each of the foods (save the white bread which we all recognise). Thanks!

    • Sure shemto, This is what the plate has: (starting from the white bread with salted yellow butter in clockwise direction ) Ven Pongal (a rice preparation, that is seasoned with while herbs like black pepper corns and curry leaves), idlies, medu vada, followed by coconut chutney and a bowl of sambhar 🙂 now i’m super hungry!!

  3. I love this cultural breakfast. I certainly would enjoy that because it is a mixture of sweet and savory – love that. Looks so so so good!!!

  4. Yum… I would be hungry if I weren’t eating my breakfast while looking at this photo!

  5. Idlis are my favorite breakfast too! Sadly, I gobble them up before even thinking about taking a good picture. Thanks for sharing!

  6. So interesting to see the different tastes from around the world.

  7. Looks yummy I Love the one i think made from coconut milk? nice post 🙂

  8. I am not sure if I can handle that for breakfast, they looks quite heavy, I love roti canai thou 🙂

  9. Looks like a very interesting and tasty breakfast. Makes me realize how much I would like to travel. : )

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