They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
Still haven't had a fix of your breakfast yet? Check out collection of photographed breakfast from around the world. Maybe this will inspire you to be a bit more adventurous with breakfast, or food in general this weekend.
Starving and salivating would be the best description after looking at all these #foodporn.
1. United Kingdom - Full English
Sausages, bacon, eggs, grilled tomato, mushrooms, bread, and baked beans. With a cup of tea. Thanks LunaMoth16
2. American (US)
Breakfast foods vary widely from place to place, but typical options include eggs, pancakes, bacon, or cereal.
Cold cereals and toast with Vegemite. The crucuial ingredient here is vegemite, dark brown Australian food paste made from leftover brewers' yeast extract with various vegetable and spice additives. Aussies seem to love vegemite.
A selection of sliced meat, cheese, jam, and bread is the typical breakfast. (Obrigada, Ewan)
Many Italians begin their day with a cappuccino and a croissant, hard roll or biscotti. (Grazie, blog Libero)
Expect noodles, rice, sticky coated chicken and fried veggies. Dimsum and small plates are also popular. (Xie xie @Prince Roy)
Swiss like to start their day with Birchermuesli: raw oats and grains topped with dried and/or fresh fruit and served in milk or yogurt. (thanks theGuardian)
Pakistanis enjoy heartier meaty breakfasts, like Nihari, a stew made with beef sirloin and or shank pieces. (shukriya RuchikRandhap)
Nasi goreng is commonly eaten in Indonesia for breakfast. The meals consists of fried egg, and friend rice, and sometimes meat or seafood.
A hot bowl of Mee - noodles mixed with egg, vegetable and tasty spices (Terima Kasih, BigBerto)
11. South Korea
Comparable to a rolled up omelette, Korean egg rolls can be made a variety of ways, sometimes with vegetables and sometimes with meat. (gomgomabseubnida, blogKorea)
Little sausages known as longganisa., Rice fried with salt and garlic cloves known as sinangag. Then it is combined with eggs, meats, and beans. Mangoes are always popular. (Salamat Supafly)
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 (Shukriya arvindgover)
Traditional Japanese breakfast includes miso soup, steamed white rice, and Japanese pickles. (arigato, avlxyz)
The most popular breakfast item in this African country is waakye. It is basically rice cooked in beans and is found at all the street stalls in Ghana. (Thanks Robboppy)
Empanadas are order of the day. Fill the little pastries with fresh cheese, minced meat or any combination of veggies and beans. (Gracias stu_spivak)
A simple but hearty and good Scottish breakfast, a bowl of porridge. (Credit to @RVDGL)
Sirniki or baked farmers cheese pancakes, and hot oatmeal. Rye bread is another staple (Credits to: goRussia)
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
Breads, croissants, or other sweet pastries such as pain au choclat, and coffee. (Merci, parisBreakfast)
Wursts, Bacon, bread and local cheese. (Danke, theWednesdayChef)
A healthy Hawaiian breakfast. Surely they would burn the energy from that after a few minutes of paddling and surfing anyway. (Mahalo a nui, Kimubert)
Sliced pork, rice, soup, and veggies. (Arkoun, nyampenh)
The popular Banh Mi sandwich paired together with Vietnamese coffee.
Pad Thai and Snake head soup
Toast set, soft boiled eggs, and coffee.
*Disclaimer: This list compiled above has no particular order or ranking. They are arranged randomly via contributions shared to us by different people all over the world and may not represent factual traditional or national food, but could merely be popular among certain locals on a particular given region.
Did we miss anything? Would you like to add your country? Let us know! We'd be more than happy to include your country's favorite / traditional breakfast.
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Traditional breakfast in Germany is two different types of bread, one of which is either "toast" (what you call "bread" in the US and UK) or bread rolls (the kind that you can't even get abroad), coffee and/or tea, milk and/or orange juice, at least one kind of cheese, at least one kind of meat (not necessarily sausage), butter, at least one kind of sweet spread (chocolate spread, honey or jam, or all three), very often cereal or "müsli", and maybe boiled, fried or scrambled egg with ham.
In the Philippines, TAPSILOG is a popular breakfast meal.
That looks fucking delicious. I am definitely visiting the Philippines before I die.
I say the "American" breakfast is a bit off. I generally think of eggs/omelettes, bacon, sausage, toast, potatoes (hashbrowns or diced). I rarely have pancakes, and in my mind it's not breakfast without eggs. Although in my travels I have noticed American pancakes are different from other countries (not sure about Canada).
America is so big I'd have to imagine its a pretty regional thing. I'm from Midwest (Missouri). And family always has scrambled eggs, bacon, biscuits and gravy sausage goes in the gravy, and toast with either butter or jelly on it.
Being Chinese i have to say, I can never have that for breakfast without throwing up afterwards. Noodles for breakfast is considered very Northern and it is very heavy for my stomach, Middle Southern people like me prefer poridge or other lighter food like buns wontons shrimp dumplings and such, in the Cantonese area it they usually have 肠粉生滚粥公仔面叉烧and such(sorry don't know the English). There's a lot of diversity in food for many Asian countries, it's diversified by region rather than by country, specific areas yield specific crops and cultures, and very different food and cuisine styles.
As a Malaysian Chinese, we usually have noodles, dimsum, and even local Malay or Indian dishes. Asian food is very diverse!
VEGEMITE! Something you Americans will need to learn to love when we join forces to Ameristralia! ;)
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