The 21 Breakfasts Around The World

By December 14, 2018Food for thought, Meembar

They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It gives you energy to start a new day, experiences a new improved mood and reduces stress level. But, do you know that breakfast is taken differently from one country to another? Let’s find out what others have for their breakfast.

Here are the 22 breakfasts around the world in random order:

  1. United States – Pancakes, bacon and eggs

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2. Japan – White rice, miso soup, egg, fermented soy bean and pickled vegetables

Picture credit: Epicurious

3. India – Dosa, sambar and chutney

Picture credit: Pinterest

4. Germany – Bread roll, hard-boiled eggs, cold meats and sausages

Picture credit: TripAdvisor

5. Vietnam – Pho (rice noodle, chopped scallions, cilantro, basil, bean sprouts and thin cuts of beef or chicken)

Picture credit: Yahoo

6. United Kingdom – Toast, sausages, grilled tomatoes, ham, eggs, mushrooms, bacon and beans

Picture credit: Daily Express

7. China – Fried dough sticks (“you tiao”), warm soy milk and hot soups like congee

Picture credit: Medium

8. Iran – Pita bread, feta cheese, walnuts, cucumber and tomato slices, strawberry jam

Picture credit: outyourbackdoor.com

9. Italy – Cappuccino, bread roll (brioche) slathered with jam or stuffed with chocolate

Picture credit: Fabio’s Ristorante

10. Egypt – Pita bread and ful medames

Picture credit: Zena ‘n Zaatar

11. Palestine – Bread, hummus, foul, falafel, zaatar, olive oil and vegetables

Picture credit: Bint Rhoda’s Kitchen

12. Morocco – Crepes, Butter, Jam and Olive Oil

Picture credit: Grapevine

13. Russia – Blini (Russian pancakes), kasha (any types of grains boiled in water or milk), cheese, sausages, caviar, fresh berries, bread, butter and cookies

Picture credit: Cooking The Globe

14. Mexico – Tortilla, fried eggs and salsa

Picture credit: tasteofhome.com

15. Australia – Toast and vegemite

Picture credit: hostelbookers.com

16. Cuba – Cuban bread (called Tostada, grilled buttered bread) dunked with Café con leche with a little salt

Picture credit: Just A Pinch

17. Venezuela – Scrambled eggs, arepas (Venezuelan bread), black beans and white cheese.

Picture credit: quericavida.com

18. Turkey – Mixed of breads, local cheese, olives, butter, honey, jam, eggs, fresh vegetables and pastries.

Picture credit: TripAdvisor

19. France – Baguette or croissant dipped into coffee

Picture credit: Leggett French Property Blog

20. Spain – Toast with grated tomato spread, churros and Spanish potato omelette

Picture credit: Cooking The Globe

21. Korea – Rice, soup, kimchi, garlic chips, fish or beef

Picture credit: futuredish.com

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