What are your favorite savory breakfasts from around the world?
I need some inspiration for savory breakfasts. Some mornings even the thought of eggs makes me feel ill. I'm also not keen on any sugar or bread in the morning (or I would be except my metabolism won't cooperate with croissants and jam.) This morning I had vegetable soup, which was delicious and reminded me or eating pho in Vietnam. What are some of your favorite breakfasts while traveling?
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i think nonveg is more protein symbol then the veg but sometime for the body cleaning we should eat veg and juic.thanku every one
The most popular savory breakfasts on this planet is therefore rice with some veggies, and maybe a little bit of protein (beans, fish, meat). While the current younger generation of Japanese don't breakfast this way, previous generations ate natto (fermented soy beans) or had miso soup for breakfast.
Myself, I like eggs and bread, so I end up eating those quite frequently. Proteins and carbs are excellent breakfast items, and I typically add some sort of vegetable protein, typically refried beans. During the summer, I'm often topping my egg (never more than one) with some fresh homemade salsa, so it's really huevos rancheros.
If I were less keen on bread, I could easily swap it out with rice or tortillas. On a regular weekday morning, I don't have time to diddle with fresh potato preparations (like hash browns or potato pancakes), although microwaving previously boiled fingerling potatoes would be an option.
These days, I'm often including a small amount of probiotic vegetable on my breakfast plate, something like homemade kimchi or sauerkraut.
If you have a few moments, you could whip up a quick fried rice dish: leftover tofu or other protein (like fish), leftover stir-fried veggies, maybe a little kimchi, and of course, leftover rice.
Even easier, I've seen already-prepared dosa batter for sale in the refrigerated case in a small South Asian food store near me.
If I have a little time: Chilaquiles.
In summer, I love a bowl of whole fat yogurt, topped with assorted seeds and nuts, coconut, whatever fruits are in season and honey.
I also like tacos with charred corn tortillas, potatoes, onions and chorizo, salsa verde, and black beans.