Breakfasts From Around The World

0What is the first thing that comes into your mind after waking up? Breakfast! It is undoubtedly the most important meal of the day and starting your day with a good and healthy breakfast provides a boost to your entire day. Some people can’t start their day without breakfast, while others simply survive on tea or a glass of juice. Let’s explore the different breakfasts from around the world.
England
A traditional English breakfast includes bacon, fried, poached or scrambled eggs, fried or grilled tomatoes, fried mushrooms, bread toast with butter or jam, sausages, and baked beans. English tea is the main energy drink for English people.

France
French people generally do not prefer savory items for breakfast. The simplest and the most common meal is toast with jam. Apart from that, a pastry known as croissant is widely consumed. Breakfast cookies (sweet) are also desired. Any of these breakfasts is coupled with tea, coffee or hot chocolate.
Pakistan
Pakistanis like it heavy as oily food is a trademark. The traditional Pakistani breakfast is ‘Halwapoori’ that is a deep fried flour flat bread enjoyed with chickpea curry, spicy potato curry and sweet semolina dish. Other Pakistan’s favorite breakfast is ‘paratha’ which is a local version of flour bread topped with ‘ghee’.

America
Americans bulk up a single meal with lots of elements. The common breakfast is pancakes topped with maple syrup, whipped cream and fresh fruits. On a lighter side, they also enjoy cereal in milk. Of course, no American breakfast is complete without a doze of coffee.

India
Indians enjoy a variety of yummy breakfasts that include dosa-thin rice crepe stuffed with spicy fillings and chutneys, uttapam-vegetable pancake, aalooparatha- potato stuffed flour bread with a desi flavor, idli-rice bread paired with lentil stew and many more. Lassi is a refreshment that is very common for breakfast.

All of these meals sound super delicious! Which one of these breakfasts would you enjoy?

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