Here's What Breakfast Looks like Around the World

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You've probably heard of the saying, "Breakfast like a king and dinner like a pauper". Well they don't say this for nothing. Around the world, breakfast is a meal that holds a lot of importance. After all, it is the start to your day. So if you're bored of your daily butter and toast and want some inspiration to spice up your mornings, have a look at these scrumptious delicacies from around the world.

Israel: Shakshuka

A traditional breakfast item made of eggs and tomatoes baked to perfection.

Germany: Wurst, cheese, cold cuts, coffee

You can't really have a German breakfast without sausages and cold cuts!

France: Croissant and Coffee

Simple, delicious and fulfilling! It doesn't get much better than this.

Sweden: Pancakes

Crepe-style pancakes served with homemade jam. If only I could get this everyday.

Turkey: Breakfast Platter

Now this is what you call a royal breakfast: Cheese, olives, meat, flatbread, and so many dips.

Australia: Vegemite and toast

Love it or hate it, you just can't ignore it. Give us a shoutout in the comments if you've tried Vegemite!

Japan: Mixed platter

A traditional Japanese breakfast is extremely nutritious, usually containing steamed rice, lots of veggies, broth and miso soup.

Brazil: Pão de Queijo

This cheese-stuffed bread along with coffee is an extremely popular Brazilian breakfast.

Cambodia: Kuy Teav

A typical Cambodian breakfast includes a rice noodle soup with meat and vegetables. Now that's some serious comfort food.

Lebanon: Manakish

This pizza-like flatbread is extremely popular across the country. It is a flatbread flavoured with za'atar (a prepared condiment) and sometimes cheese, served with tomatoes.

England: English Breakfast

Eggs, bacon, sausages, baked beans and a few other additions – no breakfast is complete without English breakfast on the list.

Which of these are you most likely to try? Create and share a list of your breakfast favourites on Tripoto and help fellow gluttons discover new foods.

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