5 Regular Breakfast Meals from Around the World

Let’s look at how different parts of the world enjoy breakfast.

breakfast from all over the world
Regular breakfast from all over the world. PHOTO/SHUTTERSTOCK

They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and this is true around the world. Cultures around the world have come up with some delicious breakfast using the ingredients available to them. 

Let’s look at how different parts of the world enjoy breakfast.

Vegemite – Australia

Vegemite is a black brewed yeast extract. Nobody is vague about Vegemite – you either like it or hate it. Whatever your opinion, there is no denying that Vegemite is the staple of Australian breakfast

Some people jazz it up with a bit of cheese, a smear of butter, or a side of sausage.

Bread, Coffee, Fruit – Brazil

If you live in Brazil, you know that you are surrounded by beautiful landscapes that offer delicious local produce. Naturally, some locally sourced coffee to encourage you at breakfast, homemade bread to fill your stomach and fresh fruit, usually papaya, to satisfy your sweet tooth. 

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Enjoy this breakfast in your front porch or deck as you watch the sunrise.

Rice and Panchang – South Korea

If you’ve ever been to a Korean restaurant, your waiter may have brought you a small bowl of preserved vegetables. These are called Panchang, and Koreans add rice to their breakfast chow. The climate of Korea varies widely from season to season, so spring and summer vegetables can last until winter. 

But the delicious flavour of these pickled vegetables makes them an excellent breakfast all year round.

Ful Medames – Egypt

Ful Medames is the national dish of Egypt. This breakfast spread is a notorious source of protein, with pea, sea salt, olive oil, garlic, lemon and cumin processed fava bean stew. 

If you want an extra hint of protein to keep you full until lunch, throw in a hard-boiled egg.

Puuro – Finland

If you go to Finland in search of oatmeal in the morning, you will end up with a bowl of puuro. This porridge based on oats gives the oatmeal look and taste and is delightfully decorated with fresh fruit and milk.

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Source: Lifestyleug.com

Musasi Isaac Christopher

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