“Never skip breakfast!” You may have heard this many times in your life and there is a good reason for that. You may know this as well. What you may not know, is what other people put on the table in the morning. Hence, these breakfast recipes.
So, leaving aside the scrambled eggs and bacon, the cereal milk, and sunny-side-ups for a while, let’s take a look at Arabic, French, Greek, Indian, Mexican, and Italian cuisines. See how they honor the beginning of a new day by browsing through these breakfast recipes. You’ll find a lot more ideas in here.
8 breakfast recipes inspired by other cuisines
Shakshuka is a dish of Northern-African origin, which we think is a great option for breakfast meals. It’s made of poached eggs, soaked in a sauce made of tomatoes, onion, and peppers. Follow our instructions on how to get it right and don’t worry about the amount of time, because it will be ready in under half an hour.
The basic recipe for French toast drenches the bread in whisked eggs. We are moving way past that point with this recipe! We mixed in some salami and bell peppers and cooked this mixture in bread crusts.
We all know those lazy mornings when you don’t want to get fussy over food. If you’re feeling just a bit lazy, but hunger also knocks at your door, we have a solution! It’s an amazing French toast omelet, with ham and Cheddar cheese. You only have to invest 15 minutes in making it. Pro tip: eat it with the perfect dip.
Not all good sandwiches need to involve meat, right? And for that we have cheese! Today’s star is Halloumi cheese, which is a Cypriot cheese made from a mixture of goat and sheep cheese. Usually, Halloumi is grilled or fried when served because of its high melting point. You can add Halloumi in your salad or your omelet, but you can also make delicious sandwiches using it!
This is kheer from India, a cardamom-flavored, sweet rice pudding. You can toss in there a whole array of goodies. We stopped at almonds and pistachios. Did we mention this is also temple food and can be consumed by the gods, too? So why wait?! Give it a try!
Make your breakfast count with a hearty and nutritious frittata, omelet’s Italian cousin. Fat and protein-rich, gluten-free, and low-carb, it’s the perfect day start for someone going on a Keto diet. Sharpen it a bit with lemon, flavor with thyme and share.
Originally, the muffuletta sandwich (named from the bread) sprang up in Sicily, only to cross the ocean later. We show you how to put together your own. Instead of sesame bread, we used a whole wheat one. First, it can be no muffuletta without mortadella, olive oil, and cheese. Pair these with baked veggies, flavor with basil and spice it with salsa.
Crispy bacon, sausage, veggies, and melted cheese! You can smell all the aromas only by reading these ingredients, right? Place all these between layers of tortilla, put the oven to some work, and discover quite a mouthwatering dish!