Breakfast and types of breakfast in 2021

-What is breakfast?

"Brreakfast

Breakfast is a very important meal for every age human being , however it can either make or the break your day.
Breakfast is usually served from 7.30 / 7.00 am to 10.00 / 10.30 am.
The 3 most popular breakfasts are continental breakfast, English break-fast, and American break-fast.

Breakfast Types

1 Continental break-fast
2 American break-fast
3 English break=fast.
4 Italian breakfasts
5 Indonesian break-fast
6 Middle Eastern break=fast
7 Japanese break-fast
8 Chinese break-fast
9 Indian break-fast

1. Continental breakfast

Continental Breakfast

The traditional continental breakfast is a light breakfast
Contains bread and toast (croissants, brooches, Danish pastries, sandwich bread, etc.) butter or any preservatives, juices, fruits, and coffee or tea as hot drinks.
It is usually served in buffet style.

2. American breakfast

American breakfast is a heavy break-fast
American-style break-fast: two eggs (fried, omelet, steamed or ground) with meat syrup or waffle, cereals (corn flakes, oatmeal, etc.), coffee/tea, juice, and fruit (orange, grapefruit, etc.).
It usually features a buffet-style or a la carte menu

3. English breakfast

"English

A full English break-fast menu may include more extensive food and eleven courses.
English break-fast items include: 2 eggs (roasted, fried eggs, or scrambled eggs), fish, black pudding, hot meat, cooked beans, grilled tomatoes, sausages, bacon, salted mushrooms, fresh fruit, juice, Bread, and toast with cheese, cereals, preserves and butter, beverages (tea, coffee, hot chocolate, milk, etc.)
It is usually served in buffet style.

4. Italian breakfast

"Italian

Italian break-fast comprises of a bistro latte (hot milk with espresso) or espresso with bread or moves, spread, and jam. Traditionally, Italian breakfasts usually serve a risky hard bread-like cookie, called fat biscuits.
If break-fast is eaten at a bar (coffee shop). It includes cappuccino and carnitas or espresso, croissant or carnitas bread. Or a variety of sweet baked goods and bread with butter and jam.
La carte service style

5. Indonesian breakfast

"Indonesian

Indonesians from different regions have a different break-fast menu.
Most Indonesian traditional breakfasts are on rice or noodles with a variety of spices and side dishes.
Indonesian break-fast dishes: Babar I’m, Lontong Saver, Nasi Adok, Nasi Goring, Bakmi Goring, etc.
Buffet or A la cart service style.

6. Middle East breakfast

"Middle

Flavors, Phil Madames, Baba Garnish, Tehina, Halimi, and Hummus Patta with bread or cake and tea
Albania, Nablus cheese, James, Zatar, Duka, and olive oil
Beaten bread, cocktail (sesame bread), and manakish
Shakespeare egg
The fresh vegetables such as tomatoes, cucumbers, green peppers, radishes, onions, olives, and chopped carrots.
Buffet style service

7. Japanese breakfast

"Japanese

Typically, a traditional Japanese break-fast consists of steamed rice, copper soup and a protein. Such as grilled salmon, tamagoyaki (rolled omelet).
Side dishes; Sukimono (Japanese pickle), Nori (dried seaweed), Natu (fermented soybeans), Kobachi (small dishes usually consisting of vegetables), and green salads (additional).
Drink: Tea
Buffet or a la carte style service or set menu.

8. Chinese breakfast

"Chinese

Chinese break-fast is very different from Western break-fast. Because of this offers a wide range of options, from rice porridge to utio. From steamed bananas to baked buns, from fresh soy milk to soup.
Uto (sugar fried flour stick) and soy milk is the best combination for break-fast.
Tofu pudding is very soft tofu. Or the taste of tofu pudding varies from region to region. It may taste satirical or sweet.
Porridge and kanji, steamed buns, stir-fried noodles, dumplings, and wanton soup
Drinks: Tea and soy milk
Buffet or a la carte style service.

9. Indian break-fast

"Indian

However, typical break-fast in India varies from region to region, Finally it is often synonymous with lunch or also a dinner.
Breakfast in India may include bread (flatbread), dassies (lentil thin cream) or idlis (steamed rice flour pancakes), and various dips and sauces, as well as spicy potatoes.
Types of Indian Break-fast: Michel Pow, Pattu with Kundal Salan, Khaman Dhokla, etc.