Having vegetables for breakfast is nothing new for an Indian breakfast . All the stuffed parathas of north India and so many south Indian breakfast menus have lots of vegetables in it . I like to include my vegetables to any kind of desi or videshi breakfast and for me it becomes easier to make the meal more fiber packed and low fat , not missing on the nutrient value.
( per serving) serve hot as a side to this hummus and bread platter . Grated processed or other types of cheese is optional .
The bread in the picture looks like too much , but it is a small bun sliced thinly . I warmed it in the MW , you might like it lightly toasted .
If you don't bake bread at home you are not very sure of the ingredients going intot he bread ...i mean what percentage of all purpose flour has gone in . So it is better to use whole wheat or multigrain chapati or paratha cooked with minimal ghee . In that case , roll the chapati or paratha around beans , dip into the creamy hummus and have your fill .
Enjoy good health , eat home cooked food and make home cooking convenient for you.....It's not at all difficult.