What People Have For Breakfast Around The World

Last Updated on February 7, 2021

5. Egypt

The land of the ancient pharaohs consumes a very hearty breakfast. One of the typical dishes served at this meal is called ful medames, made with fava beans, chickpeas, vegetable oil, cumin, and other spices, such as garlic, onions, chives, lemon, olive oil, and pepper. Accompanies boiled eggs, Arabic bread, and tea.

6. Germany

No, Germans don’t have a beer for breakfast (at least not most). German breakfast consists of the famous black bread, a wide variety of local cheeses, and the famous smoked sausages, and a fresh cup of coffee.

7. Spain

Simple yet delicious, Spanish breakfast is very healthy, maybe the healthiest breakfast in the world. Slices of fresh bread topped with a thick tomato sauce well seasoned with garlic, plus orange juice and coffee. Olive oil adds that special touch to this delicacy.

8. United States

Famous for their high-fat, high-fat food, Americans tend to eat a heavy meal in the morning. A classic of the films: scrambled eggs, fried bacon, and pancakes. Drink: coffee (very weak, by the way).

9. France

French breakfast features very light croissants, traditional from that country, accompanied by butter, fruit jelly, coffee, and orange juice. Ah, you can’t miss the famous baguette and the incredible French cheeses. Bon app├ętit!

10. England

Much like American breakfast, classic English breakfast takes, in addition to eggs and bacon, plated tomatoes, sweet red beans, sausage, mushrooms, and black pudding, a sausage made of blood, similar to our chorizo or black pudding. Will you face it? Accompanies tea, coffee, and orange juice.

11. Iceland

To spoil your appetite, already so stimulated with all these beautiful dishes, let’s go out of that line and talk about the traditional Icelandic breakfast called Thorramatur. This morning meal is consumed in January and February as part of the traditions of the winter solstice parties. In addition to delicacies like shark meat fermented underground for three months, the traditional Icelandic breakfast also includes rye bread, smoked or cooked mutton, and even seal fins cured in lactic acid. A really exotic morning meal, right?


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