As you can see, there are some quite simple, others very elaborate, some more look super dry and others that look delicious. In the same way, we see several differences and styles between them, as some are with bread, some with seafood, others are like soup and others seem like food and not breakfast. Personally, I would very much like a Danish or Brazilian breakfast. To you, which one did you want?
Breakfast in Vietnam: usually consists of a mixture of semolina / oatmeal with some meat. The picture shows oatmeal with pork, Chinese donuts, bean sprouts, pork intestine stuffed with minced spicy pork, sliced pork heart, stomach strands and black pudding.
Breakfast in Mongolia: usually consists of boiled sheep meat, fried bread, rice, dumplings, soy milk. In western Mongolia they add horse meat to their diet.
Breakfast in Uganda
Breakfast in Uganda: as in many other countries, typical breakfast varies from region to region. A very popular dish is katogo, in which a basic ingredient is cooked together with sauce. This ingredient can be matoke (steamed green bananas) one of Uganda's national dishes, white potato, cassava or sweet potato; while the sauce can be meat or vegetables (beans, peas, peanuts or green vegetables). The image is banana with cow organs and other animals.
Breakfast in Ghana
Breakfast in Ghana: This dish called waakye is very popular and is also eaten for lunch. It is made by cooking rice and porotosm and may include tomato, chili, other spicy ingredients and fish, shrimp or meat.
Hungarian breakfast: it almost always consists of Pogácsa. The recipe varies from region to region, it is a type of bread with a scone-like consistency, which is sometimes filled with sour cream.
Breakfast in Jordan
Breakfast in Jordan: it depends on the region. Labneh, humus and falafel are popular options and are usually served with olive oil, lamb sausage, jam and butter, beef or turkey bologna. Labneh is a kind of cheese-yogurt made from sheep, cow and sometimes goat's milk. Humus is a chickpea pate typical of Arabic cuisine and falafel are chickpea croquettes or beans.
Filipino breakfast: From what I heard, this would not be a typical breakfast in the Philippines. The characteristic is rice and fish, that's what most eat. The fruit is consumed by people of resources and there is not much variety. On the left you can see small sausages called longganisa. When fried with garlic and salt it is known as sinangag, which is combined with eggs, meats and beans. Most Filipinos drink coffee and also tsokolate (thick hot chocolate).
Breakfast in Belize
Breakfast in Belize: fry jacks are a staple in Belize's cuisine and are usually served for breakfast. They are fried pieces of dough, accompanied by beans, bacon and eggs, or jam and honey.
Breakfast in Pakistan: Aloo Paratha for breakfast, is a flat unleavened bread very popular in Indian and Pakistani cuisine that is fried with whole wheat in a pan. The dough contains clarified butter and the bread is usually filled with cooked vegetables. It is usually eaten accompanied by butter, chutney, with pickles and yogurt or with meat or vegetable curry.
Malay breakfast: this is a hot dish called Mee, noodles mixed with eggs, vegetables and spices. Typically, breakfast is Nasi lemak - rice with coconut milk - one of the most popular dishes in Malaysia, or roti canai, a type of fluffy flat bread inside and crispy on the outside, accompanied by teh tarik, a type of tea that carries condensed milk. Laksa is also eaten, which is a noodle soup. It can be with coconut milk or fish based.
Breakfast in India
It's breakfast in India: here we have roasted potatoes with rosemary, scrambled tofu, lentils, vegetable sausages and toasted banana bread. Breakfast in India varies greatly depending on the region. In the south, breakfast usually consists of upma (semolina with various vegetables), idli (similar to a crêpe that is made from legumes paste) or dosa (a very finite typical crêpe species that is commonly made with rice and lentils ). Breads are very popular in northern India.
Breakfast in Thailand: this dish can be found in all the country's stalls. It is fish with mint with spicy and sweet pork, which is served with rice. It seems to be rich and cheap
Breakfast in Ethiopia
Breakfast in Estonia: cheese curd on a round crusty bread made with yeast. You can also put ricotta or fresh cheese if you prefer.
Breakfast in Alaska
Breakfast in Alaska: with the cold of breakfast it has to be powerful: reindeer meat and an egg on a pancake.
Breakfast in Turkey: it usually consists of different cheeses, butter, olives, eggs, tomatoes, cucumbers, jam, honey and spicy meat.
Breakfast in Bahamas
Breakfast in Bahamas: to be typical it must contain granules of ground corn without germ or corn. They mix with boiling water and it looks like an oatmeal. This dish comes from the epic of slaves when it was all they had to eat, although shrimp and meat are currently added.
Breakfast in China: in many Asian countries there is no habit of drinking milk and bread, so breakfast is no different from lunch or dinner. In the north of the country, it is necessary to have breakfast, pancakes of ciboulette, fried crullers (a kind of braided ring-shaped cake), soup with dumplings (dumplings), a type of soft tortilla or rice rolls. The dim sum is served as brunch, accompanied by tea.
Danish breakfast: here you often find rye bread, different cheeses, salami, ham, pate, honey and sometimes thin chocolate "dishes".
Breakfast in Wales: toasted bread with hot cheese, delicious! It is called Welsh Rarebit.
Breakfast in Australia: Australians occasionally eat Vegemite for breakfast (salty spreads made from yeast extract). It is considered as one of Australia's national foods, but it is certainly not a typical breakfast. The Australian breakfast consists of toasts, cereals, pancakes, porridge, fruit, yogurt or maybe eggs on toast.
Breakfast in Dominican Republic
Breakfast in the Dominican Republic: the tradition is to eat Mangú breakfast, which is made with banana puree and butter, accompanied by salami, fried egg or fried cheese. You also eat oatmeal with hot milk or cold orange juice, or sandwiches.
Breakfast in Bolivia: Salteñas are a type of empanadas typical in this country. The filling is made of meat, chicken or other meat, hard boiled egg, spices, a little sugar, onion and sometimes potatoes, although there are many variations (olives, raisins, etc).
Scottish breakfast: may include a portion of sliced sausage, black pudding, fried tomato, potato scone, oatmeal cakes and haggis along with the bacon and egg base. Strictly, the scone must be placed under the egg to catch the yolk
Breakfast in Japan: the picture shows a piece of tofu dipped in soy sauce, although it is not the only thing you eat for breakfast in Japan. Other options are: salmon, soup, rice, pickles, omelet, cabbage, seaweed.
Breakfast in Costa Rica
Breakfast in Costa Rica: Gallo pinto is the standard breakfast; cooked rice and beans. It can be accompanied with fried egg, cheese and fried banana. You also eat a type of fried corn tortilla and drink coffee alone or with milk.
Typical German Breakfast
German breakfast: cheese is Dutch and sausage too. Germans eat sausage but not for breakfast. It is more typical in Germany to eat ham fetas combined with cheese, a little lettuce and tomato for breakfast. The bread has to be fresh and you drink coffee with milk.
Egyptian breakfast: the choice here is ful medames, made with beans, chickpeas, garlic and lemon. It is a traditional dish so popular that it is considered the national dish of Egypt. In the picture it is seasoned with olive oil, paprika, tahini sauce, served with cooked egg slices and some green vegetables.
Breakfast in Colombia: breakfast in general consists of bread or arepa and a hot drink (chocolate or coffee), depending a lot on the area and the weather. In the Altiplano region, changua (photo) is eaten, which is a broth prepared with milk, eggs, onion, salt and cilantro. It is accompanied with draft, a round bread similar to a toast.
Russian breakfast: oladi is what is customary, a type of hot pancakes, freshly fried, with soft interior and crispy edge. They are eaten with sour cream, honey, jam or fresh berries.
Irish breakfast: the most common are bacon fetas, sausages, fried eggs, white pudding (similar to blood sausage but no blood), blood sausage, sometimes liver and whole-wheat soda bread, usually accompanied by black tea with milk. Sometimes it also includes potato bread, baked beans and fried tomatoes and mushrooms. It is currently common to serve a toast instead of soda bread.
Peruvian breakfast: Ceviche is a very popular dish in Peru, which can be eaten for breakfast, lunch or dinner. It consists of fish or shellfish marinated in citrus juices such as lime and lemon and spices, and you can add onion in julienne, chopped cilantro, corn and celery. Breakfast in Peru is very varied. The coast offers fish and seafood but it is more common to eat tamales and avocado sandwiches with a cup of emollient. In the Andes a stronger breakfast is taken, with seven-seed porridge or dried llama meat with bread. The jungle offers banana puree. The ceviche is more for a late Sunday breakfast.
Argentine breakfast: usually it consists of mate and invoices (photo), although coffee with milk is also taken with something sweet (croissants, bread with butter, cookies, toast)
Italian breakfast: when in a hurry, an Italian eats a "cappuccino e cornetto" on the run, that is, a cappuccino and a croissant.
French breakfast: the typical croissants. Whether with almonds, butter, chocolate or cream, they always look good.
Breakfast in the United States: the image shows thick homemade pancakes with syrup and blueberries, accompanied by slices of bacon. There isn't really a standard breakfast in the US. The best examples are: cereal bowl and orange or coffee juice; oatmeal with fruit or brown sugar and milk; milkshake; pancakes or waffles on the weekend; For special occasions you can eat an omelet or scrambled eggs with toast or English muffins, hashbrowns or french fries, bacon or sausages and / or some fruit or fruit juice. In real life, most Americans do not eat well in the morning.
Brazilian breakfast: these cold cuts look delicious but to make it a traditional Brazilian breakfast, many things are missing. A traditional breakfast consists of coffee, orange juice, cornbread, muffins, eggs, cheese, ham, sausages and lots of fruit, particularly melon, papaya and banana.
Breakfast in Venezuela: most drink coffee with milk or guayoyo (a soft coffee with little sugar) and arepas alone or stuffed (meat, chicken, cheese, cold cuts, sauce), which are like cornmeal rolls. Empanadas are also eaten, also made from corn and filled with almost the same ingredients as arepas.
Korean breakfast: Korea is another country where breakfast is similar to lunch and dinner. You can eat a typical dish called kimchi, salty and spicy, which is made with a vegetable that is known as Chinese cabbage, although you can also use radishes or cucumbers depending on the recipe. You also eat rice and vegetable soup.
Breakfast in Mexico: a traditional Mexican breakfast includes eggs prepared in different ways (such as rancher eggs), accompanied by beans with chili and tortillas. Also characteristic are chilaquiles - corn tortilla pieces with chili sauce and cheese - and the entomatadas.