Amanda

By Amanda

LifeBuzz Staff

This Is What Breakfast Looks Like In 26 Countries Around The World.

INDONESIA: Nasi goreng is commonly eaten in Indonesia for breakfast. The meals consists of a fried egg and fried rice, and sometimes meat or seafood as well.

INDONESIA: Nasi goreng is commonly eaten in Indonesia for breakfast. The meals consists of a fried egg and fried rice, and sometimes meat or seafood as well.

GERMANY: A typical breakfast is made up of cold meats, including sausages, local cheeses, and fresh baked bread.

GERMANY: A typical breakfast is made up of cold meats, including sausages, local cheeses, and fresh baked bread.

CUBA: The typical breakfast is cafe con leche — coffee with milk — served with a tostada, which is sliced bread that is buttered and grilled. The bread is used to dunk into the coffee.

CUBA: The typical breakfast is cafe con leche — coffee with milk — served with a tostada, which is sliced bread that is buttered and grilled. The bread is used to dunk into the coffee.

ISRAEL: A popular Israeli breakfast dish is shakshuka: eggs cooked in a spicy tomato sauce served with pita or halah bread on the side for dipping.

ISRAEL: A popular Israeli breakfast dish is shakshuka: eggs cooked in a spicy tomato sauce served with pita or halah bread on the side for dipping.

ENGLAND: The typical breakfast includes eggs, sausage, bacon, beans, and mushrooms.

ENGLAND: The typical breakfast includes eggs, sausage, bacon, beans, and mushrooms.

FRANCE: A traditional breakfast includes croissants, or other sweet pastries such as pain au chocolat, and coffee.

FRANCE: A traditional breakfast includes croissants, or other sweet pastries such as pain au chocolat, and coffee.

THE PHILIPPINES: Pandesal — a bread roll made of flour, eggs, yeast, sugar, and salt — is a common breakfast food in the Philippines. The rolls are often dipped in coffee with milk.

THE PHILIPPINES: Pandesal — a bread roll made of flour, eggs, yeast, sugar, and salt — is a common breakfast food in the Philippines. The rolls are often dipped in coffee with milk.

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