Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, though it may look and taste different depending on where you're from. While in America it is not out of the ordinary to have a stack of flapjacks and bacon as a morning meal, it is wildly different from Thailand's customary fish, pork, and rice dish. World traveling enthusiast Victoria Philpott took note of the various combinations of platters and variety of breakfasts commonly eaten each day along her travels. Rounding up fifty different and delicious meals that are typically eaten in dozens of countries, the globe-trotter shares an appetizing set of images on her blog from various sources of culturally unique breakfasts. Of course, everyone's taste palette is different but it is interesting, nonetheless, to see how different cultures interpret the best meal to start your day. It is also best to keep in mind that not all dishes are strictly the only breakfast anyone in any given country eats. Sometimes there just isn't enough time to prepare a full English breakfast and, other times, you want more than a simple croissant.
Naan bread with butter and jam. When a light breakfast just isn’t going to hit the spot Iranians eat halim. Halim is a mixture of wheat, cinnamon, butter and sugar cooked with shredded meat in huge pots. You can eat it hot or cold. You can also see the Iranian version of an omelet here too.
Local fruits like mangos, rice, and little sausages (known as longganisa). When fried with salt and garlic cloves it’s known as sinangag. The sinangag is then combined with eggs, meats and beans.
Swedish pancake known as Pannkakor, which is similar to a crepe, served with sweet fruity filling.
Jajecznica: a mound of those same scrambled eggs, covered with slices of Amadeus's custom-made kielbasa and accompanied by two potato pancakes.
A few varieties of cheese, butter, olives, eggs, tomatoes, cucumbers, jam, honey, and spicy meat.
A dish called Foul Madamas that's made from fava beans, chickpeas, garlic and lemon. Above you’ll see the dish topped with olive oil, cayenne, tahini sauce, a hard boiled egg, and some diced green veggies.
In Cundinamarca this changua dish is very popular. It’s made from milk, scallions and cheese.
Indian tofu scramble, lentils, veggie sausage and banana pepper toast with rosemary roasted potatoes.
Beef tips, chilequiles, and other assorted goodies eaten in Manzanillo. Nachos, cheese, and beans always feature heavily and a delicious, spicy breakfast is the norm.