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A Brief Snapshot of What the World Is Actually Eating for Breakfast (27 pics)

Posted in Lifestyle » Food   21 Oct 2015   / 5802 views

ENGLAND: The typical breakfast includes eggs, sausage, bacon, beans, and mushrooms.

CHINA: Traditional breakfasts vary based on the region, but dim sum, small plates of food prepared in a variety of ways, is popular.

AUSTRALIA: The typical breakfast consists of cold cereal and toast with vegemite.

BRAZIL: Expect to find ham, cheeses, and bread, served with coffee and milk.

SWITZERLAND: The Swiss like to start their day with Birchermüesli: raw oats and grains topped with dried and / or fresh fruit and served in milk or yogurt.

PAKISTAN: Pakistanis enjoy heartier meaty breakfasts, like Nihari, a stew made with beef sirloin and / or shank pieces.

COLOMBIA: A traditional breakfast in Bogota is changua, a milk, scallion, and egg soup.

INDONESIA: Nasi goreng is commonly eaten in Indonesia for breakfast. The meals consists of a fried egg and fried rice, and sometimes meat or seafood as well.

GERMANY: A typical breakfast is made up of cold meats, including sausages, local cheeses, and fresh baked bread.

CUBA: The typical breakfast is cafe con leche — coffee with milk — served with a tostada, which is sliced bread that is buttered and grilled. The bread is used to dunk into the coffee.

THE PHILIPPINES: Pandesal — a bread roll made of flour, eggs, yeast, sugar, and salt — is a common breakfast food in the Philippines. The rolls are often dipped in coffee with milk.

POLAND: Similar to a German breakfast, a traditional breakfast in Poland consists of bread rolls served with an array of savory and sweet toppings such as meat, sausage, cheese, butter, jam, and chocolate spread.

INDIA: Idli wada is a traditional breakfast in the southern part of the country. Idli is a cake made with fermented black lentils and rice, and served with chutney and sambar.

ITALY: Many Italians begin their day with a cappuccino and hard roll or biscotti.

JAPAN: Traditional breakfast includes miso soup, steamed white rice, and Japanese pickles.

MOROCCO: Breakfast usually consists of breads with jam, and cheese or butter.

SCOTLAND: Simple but hearty, a good Scottish breakfast is often a bowl of porridge.

NIGERIA: With a variety of ethnic groups in the country, there are many traditional breakfast items. One of them is moi moi, a ground bean paste that is wrapped in leaves and steamed.

KOREA: Comparable to a rolled up omelette, Korean egg rolls can be made a variety of ways: sometimes with vegetables and sometimes with meat.

PORTUGAL: A standard breakfast includes stuffed croissants or bread with jam or cheese, eaten with coffee.

RUSSIA: Traditional breakfast is sirniki, or baked farmers cheese pancakes, and hot oatmeal. Rye bread is another staple.

MEXICO: Mexican comfort food at its finest, chilaquiles are totopos (similar to tortilla chips) submerged in a spicy sauce with a fried egg and various toppings such as avocado.

TURKEY: A traditional breakfast consists of bread, cheese, butter, olives, eggs, tomatoes, cucumbers, jam, honey, and kaymak. It can also include sucuk, a spicy Turkish sausage, and Turkish tea.

UNITED STATES: Breakfast foods vary widely from place to place, but typical options include eggs, pancakes, bacon, or cereal.

GUYANA: A typical breakfast in Guyana is bake and saltfish. Saltfish is whitefish preserved in salt, and bake is bread dough, fried.

FRANCE: A French breakfast includestea, coffee, juice, or hot chocolate, with bread and butter or pastries.

ISRAEL: A popular Israeli breakfast dish is shakshuka: eggs cooked in a spicy tomato sauce served with pita on the side for dipping.







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Comments (2):

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eco26 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
#19 Are you talking about Tamagoyaki?
       
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PustaP 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
I'm freaking hungry...
       














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