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Rating Breakfast Around The World: Worst To Best (KWOOWK Compilation)
- Published on May 24, 2022 veröffentlicht
- My mission is to try every single country's breakfast and figure out what the best breakfast in the world is. This is a compilation of the first 24 countries I've tried.
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The fact that the man insulted a whole country by giving their traditional breakfast 2.5 so he did it again just to rate it 1.5 stars is legendary.
He is from the netherlands and yes our breakfast is extremely bad so i always make something else. I literally used to skip breakfast because i just didnt want to eat it lol
Edit 3 months later: Stop telling me hes from Romania. Literally 4 comments under this one i corrected it.
@Jimmy but is that the single thing dutch people eat from breakfast? You people need to come up with something else ASAP
@Luis Castillo Or cheese or ham so a mix of the german one or just hagelslag. Nothing too special. We do have grilled cheese we make but mostly its what he said yes xD
@Jimmy hes not from netherlands and he did it wrong (he does live there i know). ours is way better than alot. in this video he used wrong bread. you need to get bread from traditional bakerys, that bread has crispy crusts and very nutricious. he rates germany (bread with things on it) a 7,5. BUT ours he rated it 1,5 bec we use chocolate sprinkles. but thats not only what we put on it. and whats even wrong with chocolate??? people put nutella on bread.
@Luis Castillo we eat what he did but with diffrent type of bread. we used whole grain bread that is way better
1:37 The US
7:41 The UK
8:35 Costa Rica
15:28 Japan 1
16:27 Mexico 1
17:05 Mexico 2
18:26 North Africa + Middle East
18:54 South Korea
19:42 Japan 2
You are cool
WHAT WOULD WE DO WITHOUT YOU, LORD ANT!
As a Turk, I must say that what you do is one percent of the famous Turkish traditional breakfast.
As an Indian I'm really glad you liked the masala Dosa enough to rate it 8.5. But you forgot two of the most important things that bring life to the Dosa: chutney and sambar. you should definitely try it with the sambar :)
Also India is home to many states with different cultures. So there are many traditional breakfasts. These are the most famous ones you can try:
Aalo Paratha with yogourt (Punjabi)
Idli Sambar (South India)
Poha (North India)
Edit: I just listed some of them. There are a ton of other good breakfast dishes I left out.
I've been to Tamil Nadu and Kerala and I LOVE dosa, idli, vada, sambar and coconut chutney for breakfast. Yummy
Wow not even a single dish from the east 😢
These can be tried. I live in the eastern side. One thing is that these are delicious
@Anmolarpit_ Paneer butter masala with butter naan sounds particularly divine 😍😋 I could happily become a vegetarian in India. You have all these delicious fruits and vegetables. I love India.
@sabine landau as a Tamizhan, I can confirm that this food is what I eat in a veg restaurant.
As a brazilian i was quite surprised to see the "pão de queijo" as our breakfast. That‘s actually more like a complement or snack. Our typical breakfast varies as the country is really diverse, but it sums up as: a bread called "pão de sal" (you can look up the recipe is really easy to make) which we fill with a bit of butter, ham and mozzarella cheese slices and then put it in a sandwich press to toast it and melt the cheese and butter, to drink a common cup of coffee with milk (try dipping the sandwich in the coffee and milk we always do that), and for side dish seasonal fruits (melon, watermelon, orange, mango, pineapple, etc.)
@hd xd where u from
We always do o que? Que nojo, só no seu estado que as pessoas mergulham um sanduiche no café com leite
Pao de sal, sounds so similar to our Pandesal and it's a bread we eat for breakfast.
@Pong Angelo sup fellow filipino
(don’t try to speak tagalog to me idk how lol but hi)
geez, the effort he put into making all these dishes as authentic as possible. huge respect.
Especially the Egyptuan one...
I'll tell you making the ish baladi is no easy task so I must salute him especially with the fact he made it perfectly(not 100% ofc but still almost perfect)
The dutch one isnt. He literally lives here, but doesnt know that the bread isnt toasted usually, and we use a different kind of bread. its literally the simpelest thing to make, and he failed it...
@fighters It’s bread with chocolate sprinkles bro, no preparation method is going to save that.
@Olioli Ravioli Its probably one of the only breakfast options that is actually used in the USA where a lot of people buy it.
Secondly, if you want to make something from a country, which is literally just 3 steps and the easiest breakfast to make. atleast try to do it the same way
I just love how he took the most underappreciated breakfasts and gave them the spotlight for once. As a Mexican, i’m always kind of in shock when people go to authentic Mexican places and order only tacos, quesadillas, or burritos. Thanks KWOOWK! I totally admit Ingot all my breakfast ideas from this video only!
As a west african, chilaquiles is hands down top 3 dishes for me.
Massive respect to this man for living in the Netherlands and rating the Dutch breakfast 1.5/10 ☠️
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As a mexican, I am so satisfied seeing that you selected TWO dishes
Of course! And he gave it a good rating! I feel proud of myself 😃😁
I will take it as a big W
@Simplerockets LEGEND a good, he gave it 9.5 and 10!!! 😁😁😁😁😁
@Reaper of course! I'm really happy to be a mexican
As a Dutchie, I can see how you may think hagelslag is too sweet and given your concern I'm not even mad you adjusted down the rating after using it as indicated. What you should do is try "vruchtenhagel" - they're "fruit sprinkles", which despite the name are made of pretty much pure sugar, so it will make the chocolate version seem healthy and sensible in comparison.
Hij is ook Nederlands lol
I really thought your gonna correct him. But it turns out that, that's it. That's the Dutch breakfast? British cuisine seem to have some competition.
The Dutch really gotta stop with that cuisine game 😂
@Lil Tiger the man literally says he is Romanian in the video.
He does live in NL though
As a Tunisian, I can't be more proud. You can actually even elevate the Shakshuka by using spicy "Merguez" sausages and you can even add locally dry-aged salted meat known as "kadid" for the ultimate version. If you like things spicy you can add "Hrouss" which is the dried and the more intense version of the chilli paste "Harissa". Otherwise, amazing work recreating all those dishes :D
As a Japanese living in Canada, I absolutely love the Japanese breakfast. I still can’t believe people eat sugary cereals with milk for breakfast
I'm literally watching this while eating cereal
Because people dont want to waste time making all that stuff takes too long
@Konstantine good point but sugary cereals can make you have more of a chance on getting a diabetic infection.
@Neil and Jinu. Shared account diabetes isn't a infection
Great list. Also a heads-up, India has a behemoth variety of breakfast options and masala dosa is one of them. Even masala dosa needs chutney and sambhar to accompany it, and it is usually never cooked on both sides(so that one side is crispy and other remains fluffy). Every region in India has its own unique and delicious breakfast option. Do try some more of them, would be a wonderful experience.
in indian !!!!
Can we actually take the time to appreciate the fact that he actually put effort into pronouncing the names of the dishes?
edit: if yall have some kind of pent-up frustrations go take them somewhere else lmao i was just pointing out that he tried to pronounce them correctly. keyword tried, i never said he did pronounce them right i was just saying that most content creators put 0 effort in pronouncing dishes' names and just say it in their country's accent that's all.
Yeah, those words are impossible to translate
Just good work
Brazilians: N o .
Being an Indian I can tell that India is so diverse, there is no just one breakfast or a traditional breakfast in India
yeah but dosa is a good representative, he didn't make the chutney or sambar, if he made them he would've given it even higher but still 8.5 is a good score
well... like every other country I gues???? or you think other countries only have one type of breakfast?
@Kamilla thats not what he means, hes just talking about india, he never said other countries dont have more tha n1 type of breakfastg
@kewl I mean, it's quite obvious that e.g. Indian culture is diverse (like any other culture)
@Kamilla bro he is talking about his own country in no way or form he said others countries does not have a culture
As a Filipino, I’m glad you gave our breakfast a fair rating. I thought our breakfast meals were… they were okay. Not the best but a 7/10. But you tried the Tapsilog, and I must say that is the best choice out of all of what we have to offer. I really like Tapsilog. So thnx
Tapsilog is the best, and that's for sure.
@Ryuko Kanami I honestly think that Tapsilog is lunch for me. Being a Filipino, I don't usually eat rice at breakfast. I mostly eat bread and drink coffee. Tapsilog is a heavy breakfast for me so I usually save it for lunch instead.
@lckyminer_22 Exactly! I like Tapsilog very much, but I prefer to eat Pan de sal with coffee in the morning... mmm!
i like longanisa
My humble Mexican heart fills with joy knowing that two of our breakfasts are at the top of your list 😅😄 Indeed, chilaquiles is one of the best breakfasts out there
As a mexican, man, I love the fact that chilaquiles got a 10/10, I mean, that has to be my favorite breakfast, you just can't go wrong with them, plus, it's a good hangover cure lol
De verdad son tan buenos? Nunca comí esos , soy de Perú xd
As a Lebanese person who has had more manakish than I can count, I’m happy that you made it and enjoyed it! I may live in America, but I’ve had my fair share of the Lebanese breakfast… in my opinion, also a 9/10, but depending on how it’s made, the cheese one is a 1000/10 ❤❤
I like the fact that he rated dishes not only by their taste, but also by "how good is it for a breakfast?"
true he should do both tho
yeah I for one can't imagine eating bibimbap for breakfast. tad too heavy for the morning
And also "does it have beans?"
He should do one rating for how good it taste. And the other rating for how good it’s a breakfast.
Kinda lame tho.
As a Costarican, I have to admit that you nailed that Gallo Pinto, you make it even better than in some places here. And the fact that you try to recreate La Salsa Lizano makes it 100 times better
Love your videos!! Pura Vida🇨🇷
I was trying to figure out what a Canadian breakfast would be. I usually eat oatmeal with blueberries, hemp hearts, and a bit of maple syrup, but we also do a sort of hybrid of US and UK breakfast. Baked oatmeal with apples is pretty popular. I gotta say though, as a vegetarian, I love how many dishes have beans! I love beans too, and maybe I should try some of those.
I love that you did juevos rancheros AND chiliaquiles. Chilaquiles are my favorite. But as mentioned below, you must crisp your own corn tortillas. Plus, add a couple of runny yoke eggs and yummmmm. Also, there's pan dulce. It's a pastry of all different types and you have that with cafe con leche (milk coffee). Another breakfast drink we had growing up was champurado. It's a spiced hot chocolate with cinnamon and it's not too sweet. If you wanted something else sweet, arroz con leche is basically rice pudding. I enjoy it hot in the morning with a toasted bollio bread.
As an American, we have other breakfasts lol. Try omelettes and breakfast potatoes! We also eat quiches, which are technically French, but I'm sure we 'American-ize' them. For Mexican-American breakfast, a good old breakfast burrito! And don't forget donuts and cinnamon rolls.... so many varieties of sweet and sweet and savory. Enjoy and keep eating!
Makes sense that the more balanced and healthier the meal is, the higher the rating. Would love to try them all
As a tunisian and north africain I absolutely love shakshouka and it's so common in here.
Glad you enjoyed it!
Although I'm from the Netherlands, I find his review painfully funny and true because compared to most countries our food does kinda suck🥲
I think you have many tasty foods but perhaps you guys don't necessarily eat them for breakfast? Our dish ( I am Indonesian) has a Dutch influence and I really enjoy eating kroket, risoles, bitter ballen, macaroni schotell ( excuse my spelling), which I believe are from the Netherlands.
En stroopwafels dan?
@Bramladagefrietislekker het is ontbijt geen tussendoortje
@Dave Steenbergen oke waar maar het ging over eten in het algemeen
@Haryo Koconegoro nah these are usually diner items
I REALLY hope you get to try some chilaquiles from here in Mexico, the fact you used tortilla chips instead of cutting and cooking your own AND still giving them 10/10 is enough proof that chilaquiles are top tier. Thx for that high rating from us mexican people.
Man ate masala dosa like a taco 😂 love how you make the dishes as authentic as possible! Do try to make the condiments that we usually have with dosa here, sambar and chutney!
With traditional cheese for the manakish it's easily a 10/10 but your cheese alternative is also pretty good
Hey Kwoowk! I know this is super late, but I'm wondering if you could try Akara and Akamu? It's a pretty standard breakfast dish here in Nigeria, Akara is beans paste with peppers, onions and spices fried into golden brown balls while Akamu is a thick corn or millet based drink that goes with it. You seemed to really like jollof rice, so I hope you like this too 😊
i literally cheered when shakshouka came up, it's probably one of my favourite foods of all time! i ate so much of it when i was traveling with family in the middle east and now i'm inspired to try making some myself :)
As an Egyptian when I saw the bread I was gonna say that’s not how it’s supposed to look, but when I learned you made it yourself I was very impressed, and it’s most probably the closet you can get in a home kitchen
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Im Egyptian as well so i got scared that Egypt would get shitted on like the US and Netherland xD , I was just hoping for at least a 7
@Shiny Egyptian breakfasts are top tier foal, falafl, humos and betngan maqly all are 10/10 they are unhealthy and full of carbs but so delicious
@أشرف خيرى Well, i can't really imagine someone making and boiling falafels in the morning since i personally always saw it as a snack or dinner, or stuffed eggplants since they also take too much time to make to be simply breakfast and im pretty sure i always ate them at dinner or any random time when i felt hungry and they were around, so both aren't really breakfast since breakfast is suppose to be made in the morning on spot when you wake up, not the night before, though you can do that if u like but that would be leftovers not breakfast
@Shiny you: "I eat breakfast food at dinner" 🤓
As a french I wasn't satisfied with the breakfast we have, especially because it's sugary and I would get hungry pretty fast, what to eat in the morning is since then my ultimate question... I can't wait to try the salty breakfast, especially Shakshouka and the ones from Japan and Mexico !
C'est complètement faux, je sais pas qu'est-ce que tu mets dans le déjeuner mais c'est pas normal d'avoir faim après avoir mangé le petit déjeuner
Glad you liked the Lebanese Manouche! But Mozzarella alone isn't very good for it. Also you can fold it and eat it like a sandwich while walking to school (what I used to do)
And also the bread is usually baked in like a proper oven at a shop (you can bake it at home, but I think you have to adjust the dough slightly for the lower temperate)
as a Mexican I'm glad you choose two plates hopefully you can try them locally! and try the chipotle ones very good too
No Brit has ever made the full English breakfast so delicately and perfectly. Just by looks I’d give that a 9 / 10
Here in Brazil we had so many different kinds of breakfast, actually Pão de Queijo is more a snack than a proper breakfast. The common breakfast of where I'm from in Brazil is black coffe or coffe with milk (that we call "pingado" in São Paulo) and a type of bread that had different names according to the region of the country or state that I know by french bread toasted with butter in a pan, sometimes we eat this same bread with a soft and creamy regional cheese that we call "Requeijão" and sometimes we eat those same breads with ham and cheese and sometimes we also eat some type of simple cakes, like carrots cake or orange cake. Hope you try more Brazilian types of breakfast because according to the region you where in Brazil you'll see different kinds of breakfast.
If you want to try the typical Italian breakfast is: espresso or cappuccino with a cornetto (stuffed croissants), a cigarette (optional) all covered in anger and frustration. I give a solid 8.5/10
You forgot the argument
@birdoflames you’re right but I like that as a non everyday thing cause it’s a little bit unhealthy to digest
Actually that's the standard Italian breakfast (another one is caffelatte with biscuits) but different cities/regions may have different breakfasts. For example, in Liguria it's Focaccia, in Campania the Sanguinaccio and in Sicily it may be an arancina/iris/calzone... or a granita with brioche! Not to mention the Alps regions and Sardegna.
@Filippo Rubino yeah bro not that nutritious, also I dislike that isn’t enough full filling
@Stefano Hua in effetti il nostro paese si vanta tanto del buon cibo ma spesso e volentieri mangia di merda. L'unico buono esempio sono i centenari della Sardegna...
My must common Indian breakfast is actually uppittu, also called upma. I could eat it every day. Love dosa and baji more, but I'm too lazy to wait for the fermentation or to grind fine enough that it would live up to the standard my mom set when i was little.
I'd love to see Iranian/Persian breakfast next! It's really simply but so yummy
The secret of this man’s content is his humour. Very underrated and super witty. His charming accent also adds to the experience ❤
as a korean i'm so proud that you liked the bibimbap! big part of my childhood 👌
0:19 Netherlands (hagelslag)
0:39 Netherlands (hagelslag proper version)
1:35 US (Pancake, eggs and bacon)
2:22 France (tartine)
3:03 Russia (Syrniki)
3:28 Brazil (Pão de queijo)
4:28 Colombia (Changua)
5:19 Germany (brötchen)
6:15 Switzerland (Birchermüesli)
6:52 Philippines (Tapsilog)
7:40 UK (eggs, sausage, beans, bacon, Mushrooms, tomato, bread)
8:35 Costa Rica (Gallo Pinto)
9:34 India (Aloo masala dosa)
10:31 Turkey (Menemen)
11:03 Egypt (Full Medames)
12:03 China (Congee)
13:03 Greece (Strapatsada)
13:32 Romania (no name)
14:31 Lebanon (Manakish)
15:28 Japan (Rice with natto on top, Miso soup, Tamagoyaki)
16:27 Mexico (Huevos Rancheros)
17:05 Mexico (Chilaquiles)
18:05 North Africa + The middle east (Shakshouka)
18:53 South Korea (bibimbap)
19:41 Japan (updated version)
south korea's dish was bibimbap! thanks for commenting this
it's tapsilog not tapsilong
tap - tapa
si - sinangag (fried rice)
log - itlog (egg)
Oh thanks for correcting me
and the thing is
I'm half filipino that lives in the philippines
This video made me realize how similar kwook's criteria for good breakfast is to mine lol. Beans, eggs, spicy tomatoes, and a sort of bread/tortilla with maybe a sprinkle of white crumbly cheese? Muah, instantly good. Chilaquiles are my personal fave, and his actually isn't far off from a traditional version. Add some homemade pinto or black beans to the side too, and it's perfect Shakshouka is tied as well 🤤🤤 I definitely need to try some of the other high rated breakfasts though.
Okay so I was a bit sad to see the American one so low and was a bit worried that this whole video was just gonna be dunking on breakfasts lol, but I really enjoyed it! I need to try some of these! My roommate is Brazilian, so I want to try to surprise her with the cheese ball dish someday 💞
I have lived in the UK for most of my life but I was born in Russia. When we visited Moscow, on the way we stopped off at a breakfast place and ate warm syrniki with sweet condensed milk and tvorog. On the side we had Kasha with homemade jam and herbal tea (usually cherry or berry tea). I ate the breakfast in no more than five minutes because it was just comforting and sweet.
I miss visiting my cousins in Tuva but I wouldn't go back now after the war and everything. I miss the food and I miss my friends who I left behind when I was a kid. This just brings so many memories.
🇺🇦 Slava Ukraine
Of all of those, I found the Japanese was the healthiest, as well as the one with oats and yogurt with berries. I've never had natto before but I'm looking for it to try. I've heard it's strong and very salty, though! I do like their salmon also for breakfast that has been salted has Kirin and rice vinegar. The ones here that looked mushy, I don't think I'd like the texture. France's was also too sweet, the USA where I'm from is too heavy.
Natto is a very divisive taste haha, even in Japan maybe only half of people like it. So don't feel bad if you try it and it's not your thing. Rice with pickles and miso soup I think are pretty essential breakfast items, having some kind of grilled fish too is not uncommon.
Some people also do bread, sometimes sandwiches. They make flavor combinations in sandwiches that I would never really think of and it's great
I was about to say that chilaquiles would have been a better election for Mexico breakfast, thank you for doing chilaquiles, is literally one of the best dishes we have in Mexico so i'm glad you enjoyed it
I like how all the people from the Netherlands tried to convince him that opening the box of chocolate sprinkles a certain would in any way influence the taste of plain, sad buttered bread and chocolate sprinkles
Istg ur so right
The thing is, I am not even living in the Netherlands but near to it and I already know this breakfast and I kinda feel it.
I love how after listening to comments and feedback, he actually LOWERED the rating. The disrespect is hilarious
believe it or not indonesia also adopt netherlands breakfast style coz some of history, I think its pretty good once in a while, I ain't eating that every single day tho xd
Bruh im in the netherlands and i can tell you not only the breakfast is trash
As a Russian, I love how you made the food very well. It looks very delicious, like my mother makes. Thank you for good rating too!!
as a chinese who moved to the US, i agree that the american breakfast is pretty excessive. when i grew up in china, we just had rice for breakfast sometimes as well. no meal is complete without rice after all. my favorite is probably japanese breakfast though. like you said, it’s balanced and diverse, with many options you can go with. a bowl of rice with furikake and a bowl of miso soup is a great start to the day, something i would rarely turn down.
As a Brazilian i must tell you a breakfest here is not composed by only pão de queijo, its but one dish that is part of our breakfest, but usually we eat a Very diverse amount of food. Breakfest here tend to include a Lot of fruits like papaya, watermelon, melons and bananas. After eating fruits we tend to have eggs fried, scrambled or soft boiled and some kind of Carb like A Sandwich with presunto and cheese or pão de queijo, all that acompanied by a Black or milk coffe and a glass of juice or milk With chocolate.
Your China breakfast was pretty good and accurate!
I would also like to add that there is a huge variety in types of breakfasts in China, welcome to watch some videos on Chinese breakfast! None of it is in English though, so searching “中国早餐” will get you a lot of results, even on Clip-Share.
As a Brazilian, our breakfast is more than just pão de queijo 😂
We usually eat "pão de sal" whit butter (actually we use "margarina" because real butter its very expensive here), sometimes we put "presunto" or "mortadela" and cheese, or scrambled eggs, but they are a little bit expensive too, for having every day, so most of the times its just bread and butter, and a cup of coffee and milk or milk with "nescau" for those who doesn't like coffee....
So, all around our country, the breakfast is some variation of this base I think, it can be havier or lighter, depending on the climate 😂
As an Indian, I'm happy because he missed one of the important side dishes and still rated the Masala Dosa a solid 8.5. Masala Dosa without Chutney or Sambhar(side dishes) is like eating Eggs Benedict without the Hollandaise sauce. I appreciate that you tried Indian food though... Thanks!!
Coconut chutney alone makes any South Indian food 10 for me
what? since when Benedict Cumberbatch started laying eggs and Tom Holland started making sauce?
omg I just commented something like things, great minds think alike
Hi I'm India n too
Try Sri Lankan Cheese Kottu & Chicken Fried Rice 😢..But usually we don't eat it for breakfast 😁
I'm romanian like the creator of the video, and married to a Mexican. One of the 2-3 breakfasts he rated a 10 was the Mexican breakfast chilaquiles. I gotta say we make it at least once a week and it's our favourite, and usually we use tomato puree.. You should use feta cheese and eat it with a slice of real bread. You'll be full for 6+ hours.
I think that Georgian breakfast will be a 10/10. It is eggs fried with some tomatoes and mixed + bread toasted in mixed eggs. This with butter is absolutely amazing
Thank you for not going for tacos as the Mexican breakfast. Also, you can put beans as a layer beneath your Chilaquiles!!! I'm sure you'll love that addition.
It would be cool to see a video where he rates the different types of breakfast in a culture. So, for like Sri Lanka, hoppers is a traditional breakfast but so is Kiribath (coconut rice).
As russian, I'd say that syrniki isn't our frequent breakfast, we usually just eat butter, ham and bread. But I personally would prefer pancakes fo breakfast, they're easier to make (dough, eggs and water) and usually tastier. Also the song at background is the best 😂
Buttered toast with dark "hagelslags" (chocolates sprinkles).
0:39 Netherlands (improved)🇳🇱
Well buttered white bread with tons of milk "hagelslags" (chocolate sprinkles).
1:35 The US🇺🇸
Pancakes topped with butter and maple syrup, bacon, fried eggs and orange juice.
Tartine with butter and jam, pastries (pain au chololat, pain aux raisins and croissant), blueberries and coffee.
Syrniki (cheese patties) with sour cream and jam.
Pão de queijo (cheese buns).
Changua (milk based soup with poached eggs and "calado" slices).
Buttered brötchen topped with cold cuts, cheeses and vegetables, brezel and soft boiled egg.
Birchermüesli (milk or cream soaked oats) with grated apple, apple juice and cinnamon added, topped with yogurt, berries and toasted almonds.
Tapsilog (rice with tapa and fried egg)
7:40 The UK🇬🇧
Sausages, beans, seared cherry tomatoes, mushrooms and back bacons, fried eggs and toast slices.
8:35 Costa Rica🇨🇷
Gallo pinto (rice and beans dish) topped with fried egg.
Aloo masala dosa (thin pancakes filled with spiced potatoes)
Menemen (tomatoes dish served with bread).
Ful medames (fava beans stew served with aish baladi, an Egyptian bread)
Pi dan ji si zhou congee (rice porridge with chicken and century egg) topped with chicken and green onion and served with Chinese pickles.
Strapatsada (eggs scrambled with tomatoes topped on toasted bread)
Bread, vegetables, cold cuts, cheeses, zacusca (roasted vegetables spread) and boiled egg.
Manakish (flatbread topped with za'atar or cheese) with vegetables.
Bowl of rice with natto (fermented soybeans), miso soup (dashi stock mixed with softened miso paste) with tofu and tamagoyaki (Japanese omelette) served with thin Japanese pickles slices.
16:27 Mexico (A)🇲🇽
Huevos rancheros (fried corn tortillas topped with salsa, beans and fried egg).
17:05 Mexico (B)🇲🇽
Chilaquiles (corn tortilla chips with salsa) topped with fried eggs, avocado, cheese and sour cream.
18:05 North Africa+Middle East🌍
Shakshouka (poached eggs in tomatoes sauce) served with bread.
18:53 South Korea🇰🇷
Bowl of rice topped with gochujang (red chili paste) sauce, seared mushrooms, zucchini and spinach, carrot salad, bean sprouts, cooked beef and fried egg.
19:41 Japan (improved)🇯🇵
Bowl of rice with natto (fermented soybeans), miso soup (dashi stock mixed with softened miso paste) with tofu, baked salmon with lemons and tamagoyaki (Japanese omelette) served with thin Japanese pickles slices.
You really took time to type these, Congrats man
@NAFI NAFIH Thanks, appreciate😊🙌
why so many weird X boxes?
@QUBI-QUBED those are emojis that some mobiles cant see
As a Brazilian, i agree with your opnion about Pão de queijo. It's good for breakfast, but it's awesome as an afternoon snack.
Thank you so much for loving Japanese breakfast! Im originally from Mongolia who has been living Japan more than three decades, and absolutely love Japanese food. I must say you did very good job not only for Japans but for every dishes. I really hope you try Taiwanese breakfast someday because it is my most favorite.
Olive oil, tomatos, onions, bell peppers, eggs and some assortment of canned beans and you can make 50 percent of these :D
The whole world made their own versions of mexican food
Mexican breakfast is truly so good, I hope some day you get to have it here, we've got so much to offer (birria, tamales, tacos, chilaquiles de mole, huevos motuleños, ETC)
I think you should try another breakfasts from Colombia, like caldo de costilla, calentado or huevos pericos. You'd be amazed.
It’s so satisfying seeing all of these together. Poor Netherlands, although I would not want the for breakfast. Loved seeing your highly rated dishes, all so much more satisfying than a bowl of cereal. Loved this compilation xx
Romanian breakfast is made by stealing someones breakfast.
@Xavier romanian breakfast isn’t even a breakfast, it’s just a bunch of ingredients slapped on a board, this guy is so biased
In the Netherlands we have current buns, basically better versions of hot cross buns
Cheese is better on bread but I generally just become a vacuum cleaner in the morning and inhale a bowl of muesli with yoghurt in the morning.
Don't mind me while I'm from the netherlands😐
Loved this series! It gave me so many more cooking ideas.
If you added a piece of shiozake (grilled salted salmon) to the Japanese breakfast it would have been 10/10
Please rate the Australian breakfast. I'd really like to see your opinions on it.
I really want you to do Ecuadorian breakfast with Pan de Yuca and Empanadas. Brings back memories of visiting my grandmother in Ecuador and eating a lot of those things
Despite what people say it is not just Nasi Lemak (although I won't mind if it is), but what I'm used to are soft-boiled eggs served with milo (coffee for adults) and kaya and/or butter on toast.
As an Indian with parents from both the North and South, we have quite a lot of different breakfasts and you definitely should try ones other than masala dosa.
He forget sambar and/or chutney for dosa which would make him increase his rating
@Vichu2005g Since others already commented that, I just left it be
@Hina ok then
He forgot idly masala Vada Pongal poori and more
@Cosmic cookie but he can only focus on one dish as he did to every others
I am glad you choose the healthier breakfast option from India which majorly includes South Indian breakfast because there're literally hundreds of varieties of breakfast in India and the north Indian breakfast particularly is very heavy and unhealthy. P.s. I am from north India.
Colombia have a lot of different breakfast according to each region. Because we have the mountains range, each regions has it own type of food, climate, music, an so on... You should try others type of breakfast from Colombia, like for example "calenta'o" (or calentado) that's from Antioquia, where I live on.
Can you try Taiwanese breakfast next? I really like the egg rolls (蛋餅) , especially with the garlicky soy sauce
You made a perfect pão de queijo. The looks are perfect. You also made using a very traditional recipe. This one that puts the hot oil on top of the manioc flour.
Do you know why we use manioc flour in the recipes? It is indigenous to South America and the Portuguese used it as a substitute to regular flour as it was not available here (still have to be imported into the country from Argentina) and thus we developed these dishes.
Nailed the Lebanese breakfast, but I'm sure you'd better like the Zaatar Manakish with some Lebneh which is basically natural yogourt minus the water
/tp in time sequence
Costa Rica 08:37
Romania 13:33 or 13:42
Japan 15:30 and 19:43
Mexico 16:28 and 17:06
North Africa & Middle East 18:06
OH MY GOD, SYRNIKI ARE NOT FROM rUSSIA, IT'S UKRAINIAN FOOD
He forgot the tea for turk breakfast
Try the full Sri Lankan breakfast with string hoppers, coconut sambol, a Dahl curry, a spicy onion sambol (also known as ‘Katta sambol’),a fish curry, and some tropical fruits such as pineapple, banana, and papaya as dessert. It takes a little time to cook this but you’ll love the taste!
You should do pakistan's puri cholay, its a type of fried bread usually served with suji halwa (a sweet semolina pudding), and aaloo cholay ( a potato and chickpea curry that is slightly spicy and tangy). The suji and the aaloo cholay should be mixed in one bite, it seems odd but somehow compliments each other. To top it all off you should make some kashmiri noon chai or just regular pakistani masala chai.
I WAS JUST THINKING THISSSSS
Pretty sure it is Indian though lmao
I really liked your videos, everything looks amazing, but I'll have to say that for Brazil´s breakfast that was A LOT of things missing. Brazil is a BIG country, in every region we have traditional foods and flavors that are not common in other regions, like I'm from Minas Gerais that is a state of Southeast region, WE LOVE pão de queijo (and I probably think that you have not tasted the real deal) and you didn't had it with coffee or milk, anyway we have a lot of fruit that are unique from the region and we make a lot of juice (with one or more types of fruits). Actually, we eat more bread with butter and cheese or wwith smashed eggs, biscuits of various kinds and cake, but is kind a hard thing to explain because we have our one kind of everything. In the notheast side we have cuzcuz that is corn flour but bigger, and tapioca with various toppings and so much more. Well, I think I had to say it because I know you haven't had it all that Brazil could give to you. Hope you read it and try it again.
10 for chilaquiles, as should be! Just a little add to the same one, you cut open a bolillo bread and fill it with the chilaquiles. It becomes an on the go breakfast, and the bolillo makes the flavours of chilaquiles waaay more profound
Excellent clip, I'll make sure to order some of these such as huevos rancheros.
I also enjoyed your sense of humor which is the spice on top of it all, sau ceapa langa slana, vorba romanului.
As a Filipino, I’ll take the 8/10. However, to address your primary concern, the fact that it took a while to make, what most people do is marinate the meat overnight so that it‘s ready the next day and all you’ll have to do is fry the rice and egg. You can also upgrade that dish by adding some sinigang soup on the side, just the broth and some veggies will do.
Tbh it varies from family, usually it's garlic fried rice and whatever variation you have or pandesal or congee
Just buy the tapa marinated lol
Right?? Do you even have to marinate it??
@Strawberry Lyrics World ♪ Buying it marinated is pretty inconvenient since I wouldn’t expect to find it easily outside of the Philippines and it’s very easy (and probably much cheaper) to make your own marinade for it and just do it yourself. And yes, you have to marinate it for a while or you won’t really get much flavor in the meat
I would've preferred a bit more rice in his dish XD
Kanin is life.
As a Mexican guy I loved sinigang when I first tried it especially the pork sinigang and halo halo is an incredible dessert 👌🏽
The fact that he reviewed the Netherlands Breakfast, Rated it a 2.5/10, Did it again, Rated it a 1.5/10, and did it yet again, made it better, and rated that a 7 - 8/10
I'm amazed at the adoption of tomatoes into breakfasts across Europe and North Africa. Tomatoes are a native fruit of Central America and weren't exported to those countries until probably sometime after the Spanish conquests of Central America.
I'm mexican and I have to admit those chilaquiles and huevos rancheros looked very tasty even though Im not a big fan of them
Wow! What a lot of work! I am from Brazil. What you have made for breakfast is in fact a snack. We sometimes have it for breakfast, but along with other servings. Most days we have coffee, milk, some fruit (mostly papaya or banana), a type of small french baguette we call french bread, some people from north Brazil make cassava powder tortillas (tapioca) or corn flour steamed (cuscuz). In the bread we put ham, butter, cheese (white cheese in my state, which is the regional state for pão de queijo as well). Some people also have scrambled eggs.
It's funny to see you checking out the Zaatar, it's very common around here. There are more Lebanese here than in Lebanon. Our biggest immigrant populations and of course food cultures are Italians first and foremost, Japanese, German, Lebanese, Syrian. It's also very common Mexican food, although there are not many expats here. I took some cooking classes . French and Italian cuisines are the staple.
Congratulations, interesting video, and we can see you have put a lot of effort and love into this video.
As a Romanian, I can confirm that's what we usually have for breakfast... ether that or ether scrambled eggs woth cheese or omlet's with different things in it. But if you don't have time to cook anything, put anything like hard boiled eggs or different types of meat's, cheese and veggies, and you got yourself breakfast.
As an Indian, I’m super satisfied with the dish and the prep, but small thing, YOU FORGOT THE COCONUT CHETNEY AND SAMBAR. Loved your dishes!
That's where the money is at.👌
Yeah he should redo it including chetney and sambar
And the pronunciation, no offense to him, it's hard for any non indian
YoUr CoMpUtEr HaS a ViRuS
You should definitely try it again with sambar and coconut chutney
In case you ever do these again, may I suggest Slovenia?
We have a annual tradition where every school in the country has the traditional Slovene breakfast.
It's a simple one, consisting of bread (typically rye bread, though white bread is an option too), butter, honey, milk and an apple.
The only real issue you'd have with it is the requirement that ALL of the ingredients need to be of Slovenian origin.
Slovenia sounds sensible with their breakfast habits. While I have little doubt all these breakfasts he rates highly here taste amazing *there is no way* I'm going to spend a long time preparing breakfast in the morning. This guy is probably a cook so preparing all this is no problem for him but for most of us one has to get up, shower, trim one's beard, dress up, go to the car or bus or bicycle and travel to work. How can there possibly be any time left to prepare the more advanced breakfasts he shows here?
I'm Korean-Japanese living in the US with a French-American husband. I agree with you the Japanese breakfast is the best! There are so many variations of miso soup and rice accompaniments that are nutritious and delicious, please continue the exploration. I hope you treat yourself to a tamagoyaki pan. Korean bibimbap is great, but it's more a lunch for me...make sure you mix everything well to harmonize all the ingredients..."bibi" means to mix. I have a rough time when I visit my in-laws and get offered sweet pastries every morning, I now pack rice and instant miso soup in my luggage.
You could also try Thai kai jeow on rice, very simple but the fresh herbs and sliced veg make it sing.
Strapatsada, or Kayanas, similar to Shakshuka and Menemen. An amazing dish but, sadly, it is not considered breakfast in Greece. The most common things for breakfast are cheese pie (tiropita), ham and cheese pie (zamponotiropita) and chocolate milk, this is for everyone between the ages of "toddler" to "young adult". BUT, even more traditional is coffee and cigarettes, and maybe a cookie, which is what I'm having right now. A slice of chocolate cake instead of cookie, a nice espresso and good old hand rolling tobacco. Can't get any better than this man I'm tellin ya. Easy 11/10
I didn't really care how he'd rank my country's breakfast, I was just curious about what he'd do with it. My country has so many breakfast options that the rating can be anything from 1 to 10 depending on how invested he was. Sadly he just showed the tip of the iceberg but still
1:36 The US
7:41 The UK
8:37 Costa Rica
17:06 Mexico, again
18:06 North Africa + Middle East
18:54 South Korea
19:42 Japan, again
where my canada
God bless you
You should try a classic German "Mettbrötchen" with onions and pepper. It is pretty common in Germany but many foreigners think of it as absolutely barbaric and disgusting.
I am glad I had just eaten because otherwise this would have made me so hungry-most of these looked delicious!!
Edit: wanted to add that next time I share a recipe with someone, I am totally going to include the instruction to cook it until it’s cooked🤣🤣
thanks for giving a 9 for türkiye but i think you should also try other breakfeasts & national dishes since turkey is full of them. (I know it will take lots of time but kahvaltı is what i recommend, its a table-full of dishes like menemen, eggs, cucumbers & tomatos with some olive oil.. etc, if you dont like it its okay :-D.
In Brazil we have something called cuzcuz, basically "corn pasta" and goes divine with everything you can put in mouth (i like with black beans and spicy foods) ^^