Breakfast gives you good chances to have a great day. Whether you eat breakfast in bed on a lazy holiday or on the go on the way to work. This recipe is very tasty and also with cheap ingredients, and it is easy to prepare. So, what is it to think about; let’s make a delicious breakfast!
- 1 large potatoes, or 2 medium sized potatoes, diced
- 3-4 eggs
- 4 tomatoes, diced
- 1 medium onion, chopped
- spring onion, chopped
- salt and pepper to taste
Follow the instructions in the video. It’s all very simple. As usual with recipes, you do not have to follow them to the letter. You might as well throw some bacon pieces in the pan as well. A few pieces of the Chorizo sausage might also fit well. But as I told: you decide.
Breakfast In The World
Everything has a history, so does breakfast also. The English word “dinner” (from Old French ‘disner’) also referred originally to breaking a fast. It was not until the 15th century that “breakfast” came into use in written English as a calque of dinner to describe a morning morning meal. Literally a breaking of the fasting period of the night just ended.
Egyptians begin the day with a light breakfast. Ful medames (dish of cooked fava beans), one of Egypt’s several national dishes, is typical. It is seasoned with salt and cumin, garnished with vegetable oil and optionally with tahini, chopped parsley, chopped tomato, garlic, onion, lemon juice, chili pepper and often served topped with a boiled egg.
Moroccans eat bread, harcha (semolina griddle cakes), or msemen (oiled pancakes) with olive oil, tea, and different kinds of Moroccan crepes.
The Israeli breakfast is a mix of culinary influences from eastern Europe, agrarian Yishuv culture, North African cuisine, and Levantine cuisine. It usually consists of a range of cheeses along with sliced vegetables, scrambled eggs (or another kind of fried egg) and bread, served with spreads like butter, jam, or honey.
Korean breakfasts consist mainly of rice and soup dishes. These can include small amounts of fish or beef, and some form of broth, stew or porridge.
A typical breakfast in Denmark consists of slices of rye bread with yellow cheese, a soft-boiled egg – or more rarely – ham, salami or liver spread (leverpastej), or it may consist of breakfast cereals such as oatmeal or corn flakes, with yogurt being a popular alternative.
One might think that breakfast in Russia consists of vodka. But traditional Russian breakfast are concentrated on kashas, or porridges – the most important staple in Russian nutritional culture, with buckwheat and oat, as well as semolina, serving as the three most important bases of such dishes, usually cooked using water or milk, as well as consumed with or without milk.
My own breakfast consists of coffee and tobacco. If I do not happen to find something more useless and fattening. Such as a chocolate cake, or a properly sugared pastry.