What does the world eat for breakfast? Together we all live in different cities, countries and even continents since breakfast is the most important meal of the day that keeps us healthy, today we decided to share with you what 10 different countries eat for breakfast every morning. Here we go come let’s check out the breakfasts from 10 countries and get inspired!
Breakfast in Colombia revolves around the epi’ a dense slightly sweet corn cake that’s served simply with butter or topped with eggs meat or jam. Adelphi is a type of food made of ground maize dough or cooked flour they can be served with accompaniments such as cheese quaja fermented milk or avocado or split to make sandwiches sizes maize types and added ingredients vary in its preparation. Juice is also something regular for Colombian breakfast it can be orange but not at all necessarily it can be grapefruit or lulo.
Indians eat several small meals a day. Many families begin the day at dawn with prayers. A light meal of chai (Indian tea) and a salty snack will follow. The Breakfast usually takes place a couple of hours later and may include a traditional Indian dish such as aloo paratha (a fried flatbread stuffed with potato) or toast with eggs, Other popular breakfast dishes include halwa made with ground wheat, butter, sugar and sliced almonds or upma which is a spicier version of halwa.
Meals are considered an important event to Koreans and much time is spent for their preparation in fact Koreans find eating so important that they want to concentrate all of their attention on it and consider it impolite to talk while eating they avoid conversation until the end of the meal there is little difference in what Koreans eat for breakfast lunch or dinner breakfast.
The biggest meal of the day may include a cold soup such as onion, gook or cucumber soup steamed peppers and sang songs on fish patties pool Gogi or grilled beef is one of Korea’s best-known meat dishes.
A traditional French breakfast usually includes coffee and either baguette or croissant the baguette along with a thin loaf of crusty bread is the most important part of any French meal everyone at the table is expected to eat a piece. It is eaten in a variety of ways including being used to make sandwiches melted cheese spread on a baguette is often presented as a part of a breakfast meal using an open-end grill diners melt their own cheese with ham or beef slice or fry their own egg sometimes diners.
Israel’s diverse population makes its breakfast and their cuisine, in general, is unique. People for more than 70 different countries with many different foods. The Israeli breakfast is famous for its fresh produce and general yumminess, fresh bread a variety of hard and soft cheeses, fresh juice, olives, jam, and butter are all regulars on the Israeli breakfast plate.
Japanese cuisine has been influenced by the food customs of other nations but has adopted and refined them to create its own unique cooking style and eating habits. A breakfast in Japan is often light savory and simple a bowl of miso soup and rice or rice porridge is often the main part of the meal sometimes accompanied by a piece of cooked fish and some pickled vegetables and of course a cup of green tea.
In Spain, a typical morning might start out sweet with a serving of chocolate con churros which means hot chocolate with churros. The stick-shaped churros are served with a thick hot chocolate used as a dip they can either be thin and sometimes knotted or long and thick where they are known as borders in some regions.
In Myanmar, a morning might start out with mohinga which is the traditional breakfast dish and Myanmar’s national dish. It is perhaps the most popular breakfast dish of all now available as an all-day breakfast. In many towns and cities Mohinga is also served with all the trimmings at formal functions and nowadays it is also sold in dry packets as a ready-made powder that is used for making the broth street hawkers are the original purveyors of this popular dish doing the rounds through neighborhoods where they have regular customers they carry the soup cauldron on a stove on one side of a shoulder pole and rice vermicelli and other ingredients along with bowls and spoons on the other.
Depending on the region of Mexico typical breakfast items may vary slightly but often include ingredients such as corn tortillas eggs beans and sauces compiled in different ways one common breakfast item is chilaquiles fried corn tortilla chips topped with green or red salsa or male eggs pulled chicken cheese and refried beans.
A hearty bowl of oat-based porridge boodle is a common breakfast in Finland often served with milk fresh or frozen berries and a bit of butter also there could not be breakfast without filtered coffee in Finland. The Finnish prepare it from organic coffee beans that they usually grind at home.