If you are sick and tired of your morning ham and cheese sandwiches, why don’t you look for some inspirations? Break your breakfast routine and go for something special!
Chinese breakfast looks a bit like lunch. Rice noodles with soya sauce, congee rice, pieces of chickens and sometimes dim sum dumplings.
On your plate you will find corn cakes filled with cheese, beans. Plus tomato sauce – everything served with a coleslaw–like salad.
#3 Great Britain
Traditional English breakfast enjoys a worldwide reputation. Grilled tomato, a sausage, beans in tomato sauce, blood sausage, bacon, potato cake and… a lot more. I think this is what we can call a filling breakfast!
Traditional Iranian breakfast includes flat lavash bread and kuku sabzi – a herbal omelet.
Is there anything more French that a long baguette accompanied with a cup of tea or coffee?
Two most popular breakfast meals in Colombia are arepas – thick and quite sweet corn cakes served with butter or eggs, meat and jam and changua – a soup of eggs, cheese and milk.
#7 Costa Rica
One of the most popular breakfast dishes there is gallo pinto. It is made of rice fried with red pepper and onion. Plus salsa and sour cream. It is served with eggs, avocado, cheese and tortillas.
Ful is a traditional Egyptian dish dating back to the ancient times. It consists of beans, broad beans and stewed chickpea, spiced with caraway, parsley, onion, lemon and chili. It is served with hard boiled eggs, diced vegetables or a piece of pita.
Italians love sweet breakfasts. Croissants, cookies and a cup of espresso to wash it all down!
A quick breakfast in southern India means eating dosa – a kind of bread of rice flour or lentils.
Szakszuka is a trending dish these days. If you haven’t tried that yet, it’s high time you did!
A Japanese breakfast often consists of a couple of small bowls. You will find there miso soup, fermented soya, marinated vegetables or fish.
Nihari is a traditional goulash with simmered beef and bone marrow.
Turkish breakfast includes bread, a selection of cheeses, olives, cucumbers, tomatoes, spicy Turkish sausages, honey, jam, omelet and fruit. It is all accompanied by baked dishes, for example börek (filo cake with filling)
Australians love this pasta! It is a yeast extract with vegetables and spices. It is also popular in the UK.
One of the most popular breakfast dishes there are kaya toasts. This sweet sandwich is made of white bread and kaya jam – a pasta of coconut, eggs and sugar.