Where to Find The 10 Best Breakfast Around The World
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When the day-to-day routine leaves little time to relax, finding a quiet morning here and there can offer you the opportunity to enjoy a leisurely meal. From light and simple parties to lively parties, find inspiration for those carefree moments in this list where you can find the best breakfasts from around the world.
Traditional breakfast, Turkey
Do you like your breakfast varied and elaborate, but satisfyingly refreshing? A traditional full Turkish breakfast, or kahvaltı, will not disappoint. The plate includes a variety of cheeses, olives, tomatoes, cucumbers, eggs, simit (a pasty circular bread with sesame seeds), jam, honey, kaymak (a dairy product similar to curd cream), small sausages and local pastries. It's the perfect way to start your day before taking a walking tour of any of the country's beautiful cities. Note: Although Turkey is known for its exceptional coffee, kahvaltı literally means "before breakfast", so tea will be served during the meal.
Traditional breakfast, Japan
A traditional Japanese breakfast is as delicious to photograph as it is to eat. Small portions of a variety of delicate and tasty foods are artistically presented on individual plates. But don't be fooled by portion sizes - this well-balanced meal will provide you with energy throughout the day. The main items are usually grilled fish, steamed white rice, and miso soup. The variety of side dishes ranges from tsukemono (pickled vegetables), a green salad, or eggs with furikake (a condiment made from dried seaweed and anything from sesame seeds to dried shrimp).
Ackee and saltfish, Jamaica
As nutritious as it is colorful, you'll find this basic breakfast served all over the island. Fresh precooked ackee (the national fruit) and salted cod chunks are sautéed with Scotch Bonnet and peppers, chives, onions and tomatoes. In true Jamaican style, the selection of tasty side dishes is almost as important as the dish itself. Experiment with toasted breadfruit, boiled green bananas, bammy (a flat cassava bread), or callaloo (a leafy vegetable dish).
Ghana's simple but hearty breakfast is waakye, a tasty combination of rice and beans commonly sold from street stalls and street vendors wrapped in banana leaves. The distinctive taste and appearance of waakye comes from cooking rice and beans with the dried leaf hems or stalks of sorghum (an herb grown for its grain). The dried pods are removed before serving, but they still give the dish a reddish color. You can eat waakye alone or with a stew, hard-boiled eggs, vegetables, or fried plantains.
Baghrir and mint tea, Morocco
No matter where you go in Morocco, you will never be far from a tasty piece of bread. Two breakfast favorites are baghrir, a semolina-based pancake that melts in your mouth, and m's men, a rich, flat bread. Both arrive accompanied by jams, olive oil, chutneys, ghee or soft eggs. The perfect accompaniment is a glass of very hot peppermint tea poured from a pot just above the mug to rotate the leaves and aerate the mixture. For a truly luxurious experience, spend the night in a desert camp near Marrakech or further afield in the Sahara and enjoy your breakfast with panoramic views of the dunes.
Widely considered the most popular street breakfast in China, jianbing is similar to a folded crepe. It is filled with pickles, pork, chives, fried wonton or sweet potato. While there may be a roadside stall on most blocks early in the morning, don't be in a rush when you're ready to eat. Each jianbing is tailor-made to preserve essential freshness, so waiting patiently in line is part of the experience.
The hearty changua breakfast soup is unique in the central Andes region and is very popular in Bogotá. Equal parts of milk and water are boiled. Then the eggs are broken in the pan without breaking the yolk to be carefully blanched. Garnished with chives or coriander, the soup is best enjoyed with a piece of toasted bread, called a calado. Warm and comforting, it is also an ideal dish when someone is upset.
The fry-up, United Kingdom
Bacon, eggs, sausage, regional blood sausage or blood sausage, baked beans, mushrooms, tomatoes, toast, and tea or coffee - these ingredients are at the heart of full English, full Welsh (often served with Welsh cockles and laverbado, a seaweed). ). puree), full Cornish (adding potato cakes), full Scottish (usually including scones or fries), and Ulster fry (the Northern Irish equivalent, often served with soda bread and potato bread). You won't need another meal immediately after eating one of these fries.
Gallo Pinto, Costa Rica
Translated as "spotted gallo", gallo pinto is the typical breakfast option in Costa Rica. It consists of white rice and black beans, combined with ginger, spices, bell peppers, onions, coriander, and Lizano sauce. Costa Ricans usually serve with eggs, cheese, avocado, fried plantains, sour cream, tortillas, and coffee. It is the perfect combination of spicy and flavorful and you can even try preparing it yourself.
Whether you are in a busy city like Ho Chi Minh or in the quiet countryside of Sapa, you are sure to find locals eating pho for breakfast. In fact, many pho restaurants or street stalls close at 10 in the morning. The fragrant soup begins with a light beef or chicken broth and includes fresh herbs, rice noodles, and thinly sliced meat or vegetables. The rich broth, which must boil for hours before it comes to life, gives the pho its special flavor, which is individually perfected by street vendors, restaurant owners, and anyone who likes to make it at home.
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