10 Best Breakfast Around The World

Do you want to know what breakfast looks like at the other side of the world? We’re giving you the 10 best breakfasts

Do you want to know what breakfast looks like at the other side of the world? We’re giving you the 10 best breakfasts

Everybody from around the world says breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It must consist of the important food groups to keep us healthy and ready for to take on the day. A couple of people in Quora have been sharing their country’s favorite and traditional breakfast meal.

For Filipinos, a full breakfast includes a hearty serving of warm fried rice, any meat or fish condiment like tapa, longganisa, or tuyo with a side of sunny-side up egg. For a light version, there’s always warm coffee and pandesal to keep us filled for the morning ahead.

Do you want to know what breakfast looks like at the other side of the world?We’re giving you the 10 best breakfast around the world!

1. CHINA

Traditional breakfasts vary by region, but the combination of fried dough sticks (or “you tiao”) and warm soy milk is loved by millions. Dim sum and hot soups like congee are also popular.

2. JAPAN

Traditional breakfast includes miso soup, steamed white rice, pickled vegetables, and proteins like fish and Japanese omelet (or “tamagoyaki”).

3. AUSTRALIA

Australians love Vegemite enough to eat it every day. They also eat a lot of fruit and sometimes indulge in a full English breakfast.

4. BRAZIL

Strong coffee and milk is enjoyed with a plate of ham, cheese, and bread. Feijoada, a thick soup made with black beans and different meats, is also served in the morning.

5. ENGLAND

The healthy English breakfast includes eggs, sausage, bacon, beans, mushrooms, and cooked tomato to fill up the stomach needed for the day.

6. INDIA

Breakfasts in India also vary by region, but often you’ll find a tray like this one, crowded with chutneys, dips, and breads like dosa, roti, or idli.

7. ITALY

Many Italians begin their day with a cappuccino and brioche slathered with jam or stuffed with chocolate.

8. SOUTH AFRICA

Hot cereal or porridge, often made with corn and called “putu pap,” is a common first meal here.

9. SWEDEN

A typical breakfast at home is an open-face sandwich layered with either fish or cold cuts, cheese, mayonnaise, and vegetables like cucumber and tomato.

10. ISRAEL

Shakshuka is a popular breakfast dish, consisting of fresh eggs carefully poached and cooked in tomato sauce for flavor.

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