Week 12 : Mini Links : Do you know what people in other countries have for breakfast?

Over here in Singapore, for breakfast, we often have toast with breakfast, fried bee hoon (with luncheon meat, fried eggs, chicken wings), mee siam, nasi lemak, fishball noodles, roti prata etc.

If you realise, all the super delicious food in Singapore are super sinful.

Roti Prata at Tekka Market

Roti Prata

Fish Ball Mee at Tiong Bahru Hawker Center

Fishball noodles


Nasi Lemak – basically a big pile of rice with assorted relishes and condiments. Expect to find a mix of spicy, fishy sambal, dried anchovies, peanuts, cucumbers, hard-cooked eggs, and peanuts to accompany the rice, which is often flavored with coconut and/or pandan.

Kaya Toast at Ya Kun Kaya Toast

Kaya Toast – Kaya is a custard jam made from egg, coconut, and the vanilla-like herb pandan.

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Do you know what people in other countries have for breakfast? I find this really interesting – I like what the Japanese have for breakfast!

What do you usually have for breakfast in your country?


Fūl Medames, Egypt





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  1. eleanorjanebirdy · · Reply

    Breakfast is the one meal that I’m very restricted in what I’ll eat. When travelling I’ll try lots of new dishes, but breakfast needs to be something within the western tradition like toast and jam, porridge or oatmeal, scrambled eggs etc. Even though I now live in England, I’m not that fond of the ‘full English’ breakfast with bacon, sausage, eggs, toast, baked beans etc. It usually feels like far too much rich food for that time of the morning.

    Personally, I have porridge (or oatmeal) everymorning as it’s nice and filling and reasonably low calorie. There are sachets with oats, dried fruit and nuts that you just add water too and cook quickly in the microwave. Then I pour milk on top and sometime have fresh or frozen blueberries to help keep my fruit intake up.

    1. yes i heard porridge is really healthy and good – my grandma eats porridge and oats and she is very healthy.

  2. In India’s case there are too many dishes to choose from, so its hard to pick one as the popular one. Every state has something different and sometimes within the same state people have different types of dishes.

  3. When I visited Bangkok last year, my favorite breakfast was fried brown rice with a sunny side up egg on top. Here, it’s a soft-boiled egg and some bacon.

    1. Ooh, i love sunny side up eggs! Where do you stay?

  4. imsobeautiful · · Reply

    From kuwait, we eat a very typical breakfast eggs and bread , or just a cheese sandwich . But the most important thing is Milk with Tea and Digestive biscuits to dip into our drink. Im not sure why but its a traditional habit in Kuwait .

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