A collection of breakfasts around the world. What does Hans eat for breakfast? While cereals have certainly taken hold in most places, these breakfast foods are some common alternatives in their respective countries.
Eduardo starts off the day with empanadas, little pastries filled with cheese, minced meat or vegetables.
In Turkey, Cem is off to a healthy start with an assortment of cheese, butter, olives, eggs, tomatoes, cucumbers, jam, honey, and spicy meat for breakfast.
Angong likes it a bit more hearty, with meat bits in a porridge mixture.
Simple and delicious, filled croissants and coffee in the sun.
A typical simple breakfast will consist of Aloo Paratha, an unleavened flatbread made by pan frying. It is eaten with with butter, chutney or some other spicy sauce.
A breakfast in Morocco might consist of different breads with some chutney, jam, cheese or butter.
You might start off your day with boiled mutton, in western Mongolia this could be horse meat instead.
A spicy breakfast in Mexico! Nachos, cheese and beans alongside beef.
Tofu for breakfast? Yes! Along with fish and rice a popular choice in Japan.
A cappuccino and croissant for Breakfast.
Waakye, rice cooked in beans.
Hans always has an assortment of wurst (sausage) and cheese handy in his fridge. This breakfast could just as likely be his lunch or dinner.
Croissants, petit pain au chocolat and other sweet puff pastry goodies.
Cheese on toast or to be more precise, curd cheese on a wheat bloomer.
Home of the full English breakfast, what you see is what you get.
Foul Madamas, made from fava beans, chickpeas, garlic and lemon.
Toasted and buttered Cuban bread, usually eaten with and dunked inside coffee.
Noodles, rice, chicken and fried veggies. This could just as likely be your lunch or dinner.
Perogies, made from unleavened dough and traditionally stuffed with potato filling, sauerkraut, ground meat, cheese, or fruit. Sausages and toast on the side to fill the cracks.
Meats, cheeses and bread is the norm. Very similar to the German breakfast.
Saltenas, a cross between Cornish pasties and empanadas. They are usually filled with meat and vegetables.
Vegemite and Toast. Not Marmite, Vegemite!
Facturas, puff pastries similar to croissants.
Thick pancakes with bacon, syrup and blueberries.