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Rating YOUR Breakfast Around The World!!

  • Published on May 29, 2023 veröffentlicht
  • Today I'm taking requests from my comments, Instagram DMs and others to try some of your breakfast recipes and rate them, as usual.
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  • Luna_rose69
    Luna_rose69 7 months ago +1004

    I did the lil animations in the videooo!! Such a good video!!! ^-^

    • KWOOWK
      KWOOWK  7 months ago +151

      Love the animations

    • Luna_rose69
      Luna_rose69 7 months ago +59

      @KWOOWK it was honestly an honor to do it for one of the best current youtubers 😌

    • ArrowMaster
      ArrowMaster 7 months ago +9

      Love it too

    • ArrowMaster
      ArrowMaster 7 months ago +6

      Great job

    • Hypercane
      Hypercane 7 months ago +8

      @KWOOWK it adds the cherry on top!

  • S.A.G
    S.A.G 7 months ago +1183

    Obligatory criticism from a bavarian native: You can't use any white pork sausage, as Weisswürste have a specific set of ingredients (for example veal) that give them their characteristic taste. As the Weisswürste are already cooked (and hopefully freshly made) you just have to put them in hot (not boiling or simmering) water to reheat them. Also you peel the sausage before eating it!!!

    • Hallo Welt
      Hallo Welt 7 months ago +59

      Hmh, true true. Rather unsatisfying. The Bretzel is a huge factor and this was rather dried unsalted snacksize.
      Me personal like zuzeln cause it comes more together with the mustard.

    • Leonela Martes
      Leonela Martes 7 months ago +14

      I remember eating it this summer in Munich and it was amazing as lunch. The guy from the restaurant peeled the pork sausage for me, lol.

    • Ami Zertka
      Ami Zertka 7 months ago +11

      As a "Deutsche Kartoffel" I have to say: Ur right

    • Tonjoakagopnik
      Tonjoakagopnik 7 months ago +2

      Why peeling sausage if they not wrapped in plastic?

    • S.A.G
      S.A.G 7 months ago +5

      @Tonjoakagopnik because of the taste?

  • Fred Medrano
    Fred Medrano 7 months ago +491

    As a Dominican I was really eager to watch your reaction to the mangú
    PD: yes the cheese was burnt

    • Leonela Martes
      Leonela Martes 7 months ago +6

      Me too hahahahha.

    • Alexs Vasquez
      Alexs Vasquez 7 months ago +24

      I love Kwook but yeah as a Dominican all I could say was
      1. Way too much cheese on the plate
      2. Way too burnt. It’s suppose to be golden brown lol 😆. Still a good attempt.

    • Alicia Cepeda
      Alicia Cepeda 7 months ago +9

      Dominican over here too! And very excited to watch this! The fact that even with the burnt cheese, it’s still delicious, shows how good los tres golpes actually are 😁

    • Armando Tejeda
      Armando Tejeda 7 months ago +4

      I was hoping for a 8.5 but still 8/10 is good. I can’t wait for the rating of la bandera

    • Al
      Al 7 months ago +2

      No se quemó, solo se caramelizó de mas. XD. Still, even when a bit burnt, that type of cheese just tastes great.

  • Normairy De Jesús Mieses
    Normairy De Jesús Mieses 5 months ago +107

    Thanks for making the Dominican breakfast. An observation: the salami and fried cheese have to be fried in more oil, so the cheese doesn't burn and the salami cooks all the way throw without burning as well. For the mangú, you can add salt when the plantain is bowling, which enhances the flavor. Some people add a little milk along with the cold water. That is another level of flavor, but make it soggier. Love your videos, keep going!

    • Uber Eats
      Uber Eats 5 months ago +1

      Dominican pride!

    • Espo Boogie
      Espo Boogie 4 months ago +1

      8 out of 10 🙌 yes, more oil. I like add two garlic cloves and in the platain. It's good!

  • I. Z.
    I. Z. 7 months ago +567

    You should try the Balkan breakfast. Coffee and two cigarretes😂

    • slav
      slav 7 months ago +8

      true 😂😂😂

    • Tonjoakagopnik
      Tonjoakagopnik 7 months ago +22

      It's also polish breakfast 😂

    • Bruno Oliveira
      Bruno Oliveira 7 months ago +59

      Wow! you guys are big spenders! In Brazil there is just one cigarrete

    • Jumping Sloth
      Jumping Sloth 7 months ago +8

      Hahaha that's my vietnamese friends breakfast. We always give him shit saying that's all he lives off of.

    • ponydownthestreet
      ponydownthestreet 7 months ago +3

      Ahh very similar to Canada's traditional breakfast, 2 Canadian classics and a double double however black coffee if also acceptable

  • Leonela Martes
    Leonela Martes 7 months ago +117

    From the dominican dish, I'm happy you liked even though the chesse was a little bit burned haha. Lots of love ♥

    • Luis Moreno
      Luis Moreno 7 months ago +4

      Lo achicharró si 😂 pero le quedó bien!

  • Crappy
    Crappy 7 months ago +185

    00:00 Intro
    00:26 Catalan → Pan Tumaca
    02:25 Bavaria → Weisswurst Breakfast
    04:44 Dominican Republic → Los Tres Golpes
    07:23 Patreon Exclusive Mention
    07:56 Romania → Griş Cu Lapte

    • applejuice
      applejuice 7 months ago +3


    • D B A
      D B A 7 months ago +9

      pa amb tomaquet is not spanish is catalan and is not made like this, you have to spaltter the fresh tomato in the bread and put oil and salt, no bullshit ham

    • iMonZ
      iMonZ 6 months ago +3

      Bro! It’s Bavaria not Germany…

    • Crappy
      Crappy 6 months ago

      Thank you for your corrections 🙏 Please let me know if I made any other errors

    • Jose Pomatta
      Jose Pomatta 6 months ago +13

      @D B A Aquí viene el clásico pelele de "nO eS EspAñOl Es CatAlÁn" Será que sólo se toma pan con tomate en Cataluña. Lo llevo comiendo toda la puñetera vida en Madrid, en Andalucía siempre que he ido he desayunado eso, en Bilbao también... Os creéis el ombligo del mundo.

  • Rafał
    Rafał 7 months ago +63

    I'm from Poland and semolina pudding is also a childhood dish of mine 😄It's called "kasza manna na mleku". Best wishes from Polish land 👋

    • Sphereghetti
      Sphereghetti 7 months ago +2

      Same man I love polish breakfast

    • Billyke911
      Billyke911 6 months ago +3

      It's "Tejbegríz" (semolina in milk) in hungarian

    • Dasha Gudym
      Dasha Gudym 3 months ago +1

      Don’t you think it’s weird he mentioned Romania, Poland, RUSSIA, but not Ukraine?

    • Rafał
      Rafał 3 months ago +1

      @Dasha Gudym no.

    • mr. trollnator
      mr. trollnator Month ago

      ​@Dasha Gudymno, why?

  • Franchesca Mayí Almonte
    Franchesca Mayí Almonte 6 months ago +14

    Semolina is a all over the world thing I would say. I'm Dominican 🇩🇴 and we also eat that for breakfast we call it "harina el negrito "(brand name) with the milk we add cinnamon and maybe vanilla extract and usually no toppings.

  • Maderlin Clase
    Maderlin Clase 2 months ago +7

    A dominican here! so glad that you enjoyed our food. BTW that cheese was burnt 🤣🤣🤣. On the other hand , that last food from Romania, we have a similar one made with a product called " Harina del negrito". You nice, Keep going!

  • Weronika Głodowska
    Weronika Głodowska 7 months ago +8

    In Poland🇵🇱 we also have Griş Cu Lapte, but its called Gryzik😅 i realy like it with blueberry compote and blueberries🫐

    • Oana Puha
      Oana Puha 7 months ago

      Yes, I always think us romanians don't have many original dishes. I'm happy we can enjoy nostalgia over similar or identic dishes.

  • doubled7
    doubled7 7 months ago +28

    I’m also Romanian and I also grew up eating this, so nostalgic! I’ve only ever had it plain or with jam. Adding cinnamon sugar sounds like it would be delicious though. Interestingly, we always called it gris with the s not the ș, I think that is a regional dialect difference.

  • Tomer Banin
    Tomer Banin 7 months ago +14

    Semolina pudding is such a comfort food for me! I am Israeli but my grandmother and mom are Romanian so I had it throughout all my childhood, just an awesome food.

  • Axel Trinidad
    Axel Trinidad 7 months ago +2

    Very proud from seeing your rate of los tres golpes. Glad you enjoyed it🇩🇴🇩🇴. But Mangú its a very heavy breakfast but it’s a breakfast and lunch in one

  • Dorottya Cseresnyés
    Dorottya Cseresnyés 7 months ago +17

    Ah, the semolina pudding! We have the same dish in Hungary, we call it 'tejbegríz'. Such a comfort food.

  • Bread
    Bread 7 months ago +6

    Im so happy that you finally did the Spanish breakfast, its not too special but its easy to make, healthy and tastes good

    • Hawkingplayer
      Hawkingplayer 7 months ago +1

      Is It just me, or did he put too much oil and too little jamón?

    • Bread
      Bread 7 months ago

      @Hawkingplayer nah

  • Kiyomi W.
    Kiyomi W. 7 months ago +6

    Raiting from a dominican: It looks surprisingly good! I personally prefer mashed yautía than plantain and I also add some of the cooking water for extra flavor. Now, the salami was PERFECTLY COOKED. Just delicious. We normally fry the eggs with a lot more oil but it's not a big difference. Also, you're supposed to fry the cheese in a lot more oil but either way, it was a preety similar recreation. Good job!

  • Julie NotSmith
    Julie NotSmith 7 months ago +5

    Your semolina pudding is almost identical (maybe a different kind of wheat) to something in the US is called Cream of Wheat. And yes, comfort food of the best kind. I prefer mine sugared up and spread on buttered toast. YUM.

    • pawel1208
      pawel1208 Month ago

      It's the same kind of wheat most of the time, but occasionally other grains may be used (spelt, buckwheat, maize, rice etc)

  • TheOriginalDosko
    TheOriginalDosko 7 months ago +15

    we call it in russian "casha manaya" and its so amazing, somlina is such a good breakfast

  • Said Alır
    Said Alır 7 months ago +20

    I really like your videos. BTW I have realized that Romanian cuisine has similar products to Turkish cuisine. In our tradition, griş cu lapte is a very popular dessert (of course with a different name xD)

    • Lyudmila Shevchenko
      Lyudmila Shevchenko 7 months ago +5

      And with the Russian cuisine too! We usually eat the semolina pudding for breakfast! What a comfort food!😋

    • Anne Marie
      Anne Marie 7 months ago +3

      And mămăligă with sarmale for the main dish😁

  • Emil Kingsley
    Emil Kingsley 2 months ago +1

    The Dominican breakfast is such a delicious thing, it's always amazing no matter the hour.

  • Esel123
    Esel123 7 months ago +66

    It's so weird when you suddenly just bite in your sausage, cause that's something you couldn't really do with a Weißwurst. There you have to peel it and afterwards it's quite wobbly. But as you couldn't find a real one, that's fine I guess. :)

    • bro
      bro 7 months ago +3

      im german and recently ate my first weißwurst. i tried to peel it first but fuck that it is not worth the hassle. its perfectly fine with the peel on it

    • Esel123
      Esel123 7 months ago

      @bro Did you cut it open along the long side? This normally works well.

    • k1dub1
      k1dub1 6 months ago

      Do you really have the beer with breakfast?

    • Gordon Beck
      Gordon Beck 6 months ago +1

      @k1dub1 for a proper Weißwurstfrühstück yes, you kinda need the beer. But it's not like we do this regularly, usually in summer/autumn in your free time with friends (before a hike for example or just as a get-together). Beer festivals often have a few days with Frühschoppen, meaning handing out beer early, so people usually get a Weißwurstfrühstück there. That's usually on the weekend of the festival.
      TLDR yes it's an essential part of it, but most of us do it in our free time so the alcohol isn't a problem

  • _V3NOM_
    _V3NOM_ 7 months ago +23

    "Grate them, on a grater, until it's grated"
    The finest instruction ever.

  • AAC
    AAC 6 months ago +5

    I love the American version of semolina pudding - cream of wheat. It's my childhood comfort food as well and it can be made without sugar to be a bit less dessert and a bit more breakfast. 100% when I'm having a bad day, stressed, or depressed cream of wheat cheers me up!

  • Alejandro Castro
    Alejandro Castro 4 months ago +1

    Hi! You can try the Andalusian style, with ham freshly cut by hand, usually jamón ibérico (not serrano). The bread is toasted in a toaster or in one of those little ovens (not in a pan nor a cooking plate). One of the main difference between andalusia and other areas of spain is that we eat the toast freshly made, while is still warm and crispy, we never eat the toast cold or leave for reheat later, and of course extra virgin olive oil, but added after toasting just in one side. I prefer with sliced tomato, here the preference between sliced or shredded is more or less 50 50. Congrats for the channel! really lovely content.

  • jointarmy
    jointarmy 7 months ago +74

    That looks really good. Better than the Dutch breakfast for sure! 😂

    • Albert Zonneveld
      Albert Zonneveld 7 months ago +3

      Dutch breakfast could be a Gries flour pudding as well. or Oatmeal porridge or Whole wheat flour porridge (kwown as Brinta in the Netherlands)

    • LT broers
      LT broers 7 months ago

      You know that this guy lives in the netherlands himself right?

  • Many13
    Many13 7 months ago +3

    For some info on the Pantumaca, you need a ton more tomato and a ton more jamon in the bread. Like overflowing.

  • Lamphia
    Lamphia 4 months ago +5

    Finally someone eating a realistic spanish breakfast that you would eat any morning instead of churros (which are delicious but def not a normal breakfast) ♥️🥺

  • Waffle Tube
    Waffle Tube 6 months ago +1

    For New Zealand, a good take on the classic porridge would be the Raspberry Almond Porridge, using commonly found NZ breakfast ingredients

  • Andy Marte
    Andy Marte 7 months ago +13

    As a dominican, my jaw dropped when I saw mangú con los tres golpes in the thumbnail, totally didnt expect to see it here but I'm glad you liked it

  • Ousmane Downbele
    Ousmane Downbele 7 months ago +67

    With the spanish breakfast this is how you should try it the next time. First you have to get the specific type of tomato and you dont grate it, simply you rub it on the tomato ( can rub garlic on the bread before too), then the jamon serrano needs to be a high-quality one, not any you can find in the supermarket. Believe me, just the difference a good jamon serrano makes will turn it into a 10

    • Mar
      Mar 7 months ago +4

      yes please! high quality jamon changes EVERYTHING!!!! that thing he used can't even be called jamon serrano. I'm sure if he tried the real jamon he would give it 100/10

    • Manel Sevilla
      Manel Sevilla 7 months ago +3

      You're right, nevertheless if someone looks for a cheap/easy breakfast, get the low quality ham 😂 But I think that we have no breakfast dish, maybe "churros" for special occasions.

    • Héctor Sánchez González
      Héctor Sánchez González 7 months ago

      Of course, The main deal of this dish is the ham. Store-bought Serrano Ham is ok but nothing compared to Jamón from Salamanca, Extremadura or Huelva.

    • Carlos Lechner
      Carlos Lechner 7 months ago +1

      He doesn’t rank the dishes based only on taste so it’s impossible for it to get a 10/10 score because, even if was executed perfectly with the best ingredients, the nutrition side is not that great as it would still be a ham and tomato toast.

    • Héctor Sánchez González
      Héctor Sánchez González 7 months ago

      @Carlos Lechner you haven’t tasted Good Serano ham in your life

  • Lionel Messi
    Lionel Messi 7 months ago +6

    as a dominican your supposed to fry the eggs in oil and the salami for the salami its optional and sweet platanos exists and im so glad that you ranked it an 8 out of 10

  • Andrew Jones
    Andrew Jones 6 months ago +1

    I’m Welsh and would love to see you do Welsh Rarebit or a Welsh Breakfast which consists of Bacon, Sausage, Cockels and Laverbread/lavercakes

  • Vladimír Petija
    Vladimír Petija Month ago

    Hello from Slovakia! I loved the semolina pudding as an afternoon comfort food. Unfortunately we didn't make it at home when i was a kid but we had it in kindergarten school! So I'm catching up my childhood memories thorough my adult life. Love it!

  • Selah Heart
    Selah Heart 7 months ago +8

    My dad's family is Navajo so we would have a mix of foods. I remember eating leftover fry bread with honey and some leftover mutton. I'm not sure we ever made food specifically for breakfast unless you count my mother making burritos out of fry bread which is definitely not traditional.

  • Macvisby
    Macvisby 7 months ago +42

    You must try "Nasi Kuning" from Indonesia, mix with fried noodle, chicken, tempe and tahu and Sambal absolutely, some people add coconut milk when cooking the rice and add pandan and natural yellow coloring from turmeric, so simple but so many people always eat that in morning before go to work or school

    • OwlCat
      OwlCat 7 months ago +1

      Indonesian here, I second this

    • Xiwen
      Xiwen 7 months ago

      Not Indonesian here, but I also second this

    • Straßenmusikant
      Straßenmusikant 7 months ago

      I've always loved indonesian foods, writing this down 🥰

    • SoftwareHub
      SoftwareHub 7 months ago

      Indonesian here 💀

    • Michael•Lonely
      Michael•Lonely 7 months ago

      Buat nya ribet banget nasi kuning itu... Orang luar mungkin susah buatnya...

  • Shan
    Shan 7 months ago +7

    - chibi kwook travelling on the map
    - attempting to dip the sausage in the beer
    - that tiny ass hiccup
    big adorable energy✨

  • AyuPyon_
    AyuPyon_ 6 months ago +2

    A tip if you want fresh pretzels or things like that: some supermarkets in the netherlands (for example: the Jumbo where I work) have baked-off pretzels. What you could do is ask to them to get a frozen one and ask how long it needs to bake on which temperature. Then you are able to bake it off at home and it will be pretty fresh, but I can't guarantee every grocery store does that.

  • Metta Kirkoff
    Metta Kirkoff 7 months ago +2

    I'm catalan, and to make a good pa amb tomaca you have to spread the tomato directly to the toast rather than grating it earlier

  • El Tio Que Se Aburre
    El Tio Que Se Aburre 7 months ago +1

    As an Spanish person, i would also include the Pincho de Tortilla which is a portion of Spanish Omelette with a piece of bread

  • don't mind i'm just a 🐈

    Although i am not a romanian semolina pudding was sure one of my childhood favourites it sure brings back memories 😌

  • Sianna Rolls
    Sianna Rolls 6 months ago +1

    I'm dominican and I'm so glad you finally did ours! I wasn't born in DR but my mom and grandmother were and it's still a favorite of mine.

  • Antonio M
    Antonio M 7 months ago +5

    In Croatia we also make semolina pudding, traditionally served with grated cooking chocolate . Childhood memories over 9k!

  • The One a.k.a the Invincible Incarnation of Power!

    You should try your favorite hageslag from the Netherlands. With vla. Thats what I always ate. Definetely the most healthy breakfast ever.😂

  • Tiziano de matteis
    Tiziano de matteis 6 months ago +1

    I am Italian and I do not think Italy has in general very elaborate breakfast: we mostly either eat something very light or we skip it entirely. However, a couple of special ones come to my mind. In the olden days, raw egg yolks beaten with sugar until very light in color and then mixed with moka coffee or marsala wine (which is a sweet strong wine from Sicily) used to be a common breakfast. It fell out of fashion, but it was very traditional. Other traditional breakfasts usually consist of pastries (to every region its owns).

  • K B
    K B 7 months ago +1

    Love to see him make and try an Anglo-Indian breakfast.
    Very simple meal but the bread takes alot of time, effort and skill. Prata and fried eggs.

  • Jill Dawson
    Jill Dawson 3 months ago

    As you requested, here is my challenge to you that I don't think you can't make this breakfast by yourself. It is Vietnamese breakfast meal. You have 2 choices: Banh Mi (any kinds) or Pho. There are plenty of cooking tutorial videos about how to make them on Clip-Share.

  • Ja.
    Ja. Month ago +1

    2:43 As a German I gotta say... your German didn't sound that bad at all, you didn't completely butcher it like some other people do :)

  • Shinobito1
    Shinobito1 5 months ago +5

    Soft boiled eggs, wiener-sausages (some barbarians might call them hot-dogs), tomato sandwiches (like, just bread-butter-tomato). One day I just started to make it for myself and eating it everyday. My mum saw me one day and told me she used to eat it everyday for breakfast, when she was pregnant with me. And she never told me that, I just started to eat it by myself. Weird coincidence or some kind of telepathy, no matter, my favourite breakfast.

  • Anna
    Anna 6 months ago

    I guess semolina pudding is popular across most Eastern European countries, cause I'm not Romanian and it's one of my childhood favourites too! ❤️

  • WangXian
    WangXian 7 months ago +14

    Yessss he did the Dominican breakfast! I don’t eat it often but when I do I eat every bite 😋 🇩🇴

  • Tippix3
    Tippix3 7 months ago +2

    I'm from Bavaria and i feel personally attacked by the "close enough"
    Its a very specific kind of Sausage

  • MollieVX
    MollieVX 5 months ago +11

    The romanian breakfast is exactly (well, except the butter) what we have in my family too, we are Indian. And this is also a popular baby food dish.

    • Kedar Sontakke
      Kedar Sontakke 3 months ago

      Came here to comment this. When I saw the dish I was like that's Kheer.

  • Ilovedsmp
    Ilovedsmp 7 months ago +1

    As a Dominican ,the cheese was very much burnt .
    Great job!

  • Dani Dan
    Dani Dan 7 months ago +9

    I'm happy that you tried the dominican breakfast, now I'm waiting for the traditional dish.
    (Another way for dominican breakfast is "Tostones" which is smashed fried plantains with of course salami.)

    • Gaboo🐞
      Gaboo🐞 7 months ago

      Tostones de desayuno?

  • Cat Lady from KY
    Cat Lady from KY 3 months ago

    Semolina pudding looks a lot like cream of wheat, which is totally yummy!

  • HectorLector
    HectorLector 7 months ago

    I am from Austria and love the last one. We call it "Gries Tommerl" in my Region.
    We add grated Apple and cinnamon to it

  • Moli2137
    Moli2137 7 months ago

    Can't wait to finally See the polish dish in your film. For example "Kotlet Schabowy" with "mizeria" also served with cut in ⅙ parts boiled potatos with dill topping.

  • Monsieur Égal
    Monsieur Égal 6 months ago +1

    You should give the Weißwurst-Frühstück another chance. Try to get Weißwürste in cans from Germany (better than no Weißwurst at all). Maybe you should try to bake your own fresh Brezen, too. 😉

  • Amy- Duckie Reads
    Amy- Duckie Reads 7 months ago +2

    I’m Australian and grew up eating semolina! I’d never be able to rate it fairly. We used to our milk over the hot semolina and out sugar on top. Mum made it or porridge for breakfast in winter. BEST

  • hopeful mochi
    hopeful mochi 7 months ago +3

    Making the mangu takes some effort and theres a lot of fried stuff in the dominican breakfast, but its so goooood. I add salt, a tiny bit of sugar and vinegar to the onioms, then I put them on the pan to heat them up just a bit, the sugar for me does the difference

  • Stacey Tevez
    Stacey Tevez 7 months ago +1

    I remember my El Salvadoran grandmother making sweet plantains, refried beans(which more like bean puree, but so full of flavor), fried eggs, crema, homemade corn tortillas, and a little chunk of crumbly El Salvadoran cheese, which was a cross between feta and Parmigiano, for breakfast. I don't know if that's a typical El Salvadoran breakfast, but it was amazing.

    • guatechi
      guatechi 7 months ago +1

      that’s how us guatemalans do it as well 😉

  • Gaurav Maheshwari
    Gaurav Maheshwari 7 months ago

    This guy has no attitude and that’s the reason he’ll be the best soon❤

  • Antonio Diaz
    Antonio Diaz 7 months ago +1

    As someone with a Dominican grandmother who makes mangu con los tres golpes every time I visit, I'd say you did it justice.

  • magnus östgren
    magnus östgren 7 months ago

    Semolina and milk porridge is also a dish that feels like a nostalgic and luxurious breakfast for me. It's quite popular in Sweden.

    • magnus östgren
      magnus östgren 7 months ago

      But now a days the only time I eat it is while camping in the mountains, semolina + powdered milk weighs basically nothing, and mixing it with water and then bring to slight simmer gives a very filling breakfast that takes little space in my backpack.

  • Benjamin
    Benjamin 7 months ago +3

    YES! I was waiting for you reacting to a Dominican dish, thank you so much. I enjoyed watching

  • Marcia Alvarez
    Marcia Alvarez 7 months ago +3

    The real gallo pinto from Costa Rica
    You have to include the cheese fresh or fried, the egg, Sour cream, sweet plantains, meat called “salchichón” or you could get away with bacon (I prefer bacon), couple of tortillas and the beverage must be coffee or “agua dulce” witch is boiled milk with melases or brown packed sugar
    Also try to get the real Salsa Lizano

  • Mateus Rafael Rodrigues

    I have to say that your videos are really nice and extremely considerate of other cultures and the amount of effort and respect you put into every single one of them is just to die for. And by the way, a random compliment... You're really cute!

  • Michael Sallai
    Michael Sallai 7 months ago

    tejbegríz is what I grew up eating as dessert, Im Hungarian but grew up in Australia.
    Such a good nostalgic delicious food

  • Indrani Bandaranayake
    Indrani Bandaranayake 5 months ago +15

    Make Sri Lankan food too😁
    Red sambol with fried dried fish and white rice
    Its soooooo yummy
    Much love from Sri Lanka☺☺☺

    • Mr.Introvert
      Mr.Introvert 5 months ago +1

      Rajendra chola invaded and annexed the island of Sri Lanka and Sri Lanka was not able to free herself for another 50 years (⁠•⁠‿⁠•⁠)

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  • Zucciniii
    Zucciniii 5 months ago

    In Hungary we call semolina pudding 'tejbegríz' which translates to 'semolina in milk'. Not sure where it originates but in Hungary we normally save it for desert after lunch or dinner rather than breakfast

  • RxwanDT4R
    RxwanDT4R 7 months ago +2

    Do more of this, it'd make a great series

  • Tristan Units
    Tristan Units 5 months ago +8

    As a Nigerian, who has been to the Dominican Republic and knows Dominican people, I have never seen plantain be used like that, some brilliant advice (must have) slice the plantain vertically in a sort or wedge but long ( in any way doesn’t matter) then salt it and fry.

    • Jon Q Like the movie
      Jon Q Like the movie 3 months ago +1

      As a Dominican mangu is a national staple. Ask your Dominican peeps for some mangu and they’ll chef it up for you happily

  • RaD Gaming
    RaD Gaming 6 months ago +1

    Dang, I missed you asking for recipes! Still mid video, but I didn’t want to forget.
    Being from the United States, I can agree our breakfast isn’t the best. That said, my mother is from the south and she used to make me Grits and Eggs with Bacon. Grits topped with butter, pepper, and paprika. Eggs done over easy or sunny side up, the important part is the liquid gold in the center. Bacon on the side, which I usually crunch up and add to the toppings of my grits.

  • itsjulia
    itsjulia 7 months ago +2

    You should try a Swedish breakfast (a lot of people eat porridge, toast or an open-faced slice of bread with ham or cheese, yoghurt, milk with cereal, etc. But I think the quintessential old-fashioned Swedish breakfast is crispbread with butter and a slice of cheese or (if you're brave) Kalles Kaviar (a smoky roe spread). You could also add slices of hardboiled egg or slices of cucumber on top. Coffee or orange juice to go with it). It's probably not going to be a high rating because it's so boring, but it would be fun to see your reaction to it (especially the Kalles Kaviar if you can get a hold of it)

  • L0ser_abyss
    L0ser_abyss 6 months ago

    I’m very curious to see what he thinks of El Salvador’s most popular breakfast! I always it eat when my Salvadorian mom makes it!

  • JoshElGuapo
    JoshElGuapo 7 months ago

    Probably not common, but my favorite breakfast is avocado toast, eggs, ham, and potatoes
    Another one I like is a toasted bagel with cream cheese, gravlox, capers and onions
    Charcuterie is always great
    I'm half Mexican so juevos rancheros is always great

  • Sir Fizz
    Sir Fizz 7 months ago

    I always noticed your accent isn't Dutch, and finally you mentioned where you're from! Let's hear more of your native language ;)

  • MegaJK97
    MegaJK97 5 months ago +5

    I know the last dish from Germany as "Gries" or "Gries-Pudding". Love it with some red berry jam, but honestly... I prefer "Milchreis", literally translated 'milk rice' to "Gries".

  • sunnyari
    sunnyari 7 months ago +1

    was super excited for you to try the mangu with tres golpes!! really happy you liked it! much love from 🇩🇴

  • Santoddio
    Santoddio 7 months ago +1

    Here in Italy there isn't a big culture of breakfast, often we only drink coffee or cappuccino. When I was in your country my breakfast was covrigi cu masline! Your videos are amazing. Big hug from Tuscany

  • Rober Deniz Sahin
    Rober Deniz Sahin 7 months ago +1

    We also got this griş cu lapte in Germany, its called Grießbrei, they used to give it to us as dessert in kindergarten a lot.

  • Xavi Barron
    Xavi Barron 7 months ago +2

    "Pan tomaca" is the way Spanish people that don't speak Catalan write it, in Catalan it is "pa amb tomàquet" and it literally means bread with tomato

  • Nadine Gänseblümchen
    Nadine Gänseblümchen 7 months ago

    I am from Germany, too and I can tell you Bavaria is just so strange in some ways. There is a joke, that Bavaria is already a foreign country, because of it' s difference compared to the rest of Germany :D And besides rice pudding semolina pudding (except with butter) is something everybody here knows very well. Best with a lot of cinnamon.

  • Jajasi
    Jajasi 7 months ago +3

    It's pretty cool that he gave the Spanish breakfast a 7.5 with that jamón serrano, but it is a shame that he could not get the good stuff. I imagine that it is difficult to get it outside Spain and even more to get it at a reasonable price but the difference between a bad an a decent jamón ibérico is like eating a slice of American cheese directly from a bin vs a good French cheese (I'm not even talking about the extra premium stuff that I think it is the most expensive meat cut in the world) I know this is the typical comment that everyone makes justifying his national dish but if Spain can be confident at something is its cured meats

  • Georgina P
    Georgina P 6 months ago +1

    Hi, I just wanted to comment that the spanish dish is not called pan tumaca. The therminology is catalan and It is written " pa amb tomàquet" which means bread with tomato. The name you wrote is how spaniards that do not know catalan write it. Further, for proper pa amb tomàquet you must use a special tomatoes that have juice, cut them in half transversally (as opposed to the vídeo) and rub the tomato against the bread. Then add salt and Olive oil.
    Love your videos,
    Keep doing this amazing work ❤️

  • MelpomenaBovary
    MelpomenaBovary 7 months ago +1

    In croatia we call it griz (like grizzly bear) and most popular topping is powdered chocolate.
    Looks like we have many similar food 😁

  • gzmb
    gzmb 6 months ago

    You can try Turkish breakfast. We have a rich breakfast culture we are proud of. And its translation is "before coffee" in Turkish :)

  • Phuong Ha Nguyen
    Phuong Ha Nguyen 6 months ago

    You should try Vietnamese breakfast. It's pretty flavorful 😉

  • Today SUN shines!
    Today SUN shines! 7 months ago

    It is interesting to see other countries' breakfast style!

  • Micah Jones
    Micah Jones 5 months ago +6

    Trinidad and Tobago's dish - You should try "doubles" which is made with two pillowy soft baras-flat fried breads-filled with Curried chickpeas (there is no curry here even though you can add some if you want) also if you out one Bara one top the other like a sandwich that's a crime against Trinidad.
    P.S.- Don't forget to overload it with sauce like boiled mango chutney.

  • - RiO -
    - RiO - 7 months ago

    The most positive vibes come from your awesome videos 🤌🔥

  • Samgha Yoga Shala
    Samgha Yoga Shala Month ago

    Kevin! You’re killing it! 😛🇺🇸

  • Manubrioz :O
    Manubrioz :O 7 months ago +1

    A popular breakfast in Uruguay is simple but soo good. Tostadas con dulce. It’s basically toasts with Dulce de leche and butter on top, u can also put some cheese on top.

  • hexxr
    hexxr 7 months ago

    We have something very similar to the Romanian dish in Slovakia and I love jt with chocolate sprinckles

  • Travis sturzl
    Travis sturzl 5 months ago

    We have something similar to semolina pudding in the US. It's just called Cream of Wheat. Of course in typical US fashion we topped it with straight sugar.

  • Billy Miley
    Billy Miley 7 months ago +8

    Can you please do the full irish breakfast.

  • Murphy Leigh
    Murphy Leigh 7 months ago

    I'm American, but I don't so much have a cultural breakfast as I do a "my ADHD requires a lot of variation in a meal to hold my interest" breakfast. It's essentially a kind of charcuterie board, where I have dried fruit, some kind of preserved meat (usually like, bacon or prosciutto or hot-smoked salmon), a complex carb like a good bread, and something preserved in brine, like a pickle or some olives.

  • Andrés Tapia del Fierro

    I have noticed you have a slight penchant for the humble bean. This is not a breakfast, but you should try one day one of the national dishes of Chile: "Porotos Granados". It's a hearty bean and pumpkin stew thickened with grated corn. I've made it outside of Latin America, and most white beans like cannellini work fine. The only problem is the corn which is too sweet. That tasteless sweet corn they have everywhere outside Latin America is only grown to feed cattle, not people. Fortunately, the dish doesn't have that much corn in it. The stew is flavoured with basil and often eaten with fresh tomatoes.

  • Chrollo Lucilfer
    Chrollo Lucilfer 7 months ago

    You know I have depression and I often feel soo shitty for no reason and your videos ARE SO COMFORTING bc I like food and I think you‘re very sympathetic