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What’s your favourite breakfast?

Breakfast is really our most important meal of the day. I love healthy hearty breakfast. I try to make as much of varieties of breakfast in the morning, but there are some dishes that never ever be bored in the morning.

Egg sandwich

Quick hot omelet between the soft fresh breads is so yummy!

Asian Breakfast Soup

Thick sticky rice noodle soup with chicken and deep fried garlic

Bean thread noodle or grass noodle soup with Chinese 5 spices

Indian Breakfast

Masala Dosa- Crispy rice crepe with potato serves with Samba & coconut chutney

Idli- spongy rice cake serves with Samba and coconut chutney

Breakfast dessert

Sometimes chocolate cake and milk is the way to go.

So what’s your favourite breakfast? How’s your morning like?

26 comments to What’s your favourite breakfast?

  • Caroline

    Tes, Those breakfasts look delish! I would especially like to try the Asian soups and the Indian breakfasts. Sometimes, when I need a different breakfast, I turn to leftover pizza! It’s actually very nutritious if you order the right kind. Then again, I did have ice cream for breakfast just two days ago. It hit the spot on a warm, humid morning! 🙂 Usually, however, I go with peanut butter or almond butter toast, a piece of fruit, and milk. Healthy and easy!

    • Tes

      We love peanut butter and almond butter, too. They are really quick and healthy!

      • saiyiu

        Mmm.. the noodle soup reminds me of breakfast in Hong Kong! But my favourite breakfast has to be toast and coffee, with a nice variety of jam.

        Thank you as well for stopping by The Paper Plate!

  • A Mama 2 Twins

    I am a huge fan of egg white omlettes with spinich and tomato and cheese…….

  • Wow. What an eclectic breakfast menu. I’ve had an indian pastry before that was perfect for breakfast. It was shaped like a thick ribbon and had ruffles and waves. I was flaky and had faint nuances of breakfast flavors like eggs and cheese. Do you know what this is?

  • The breakfasts you posted all look so good, and they’re such a great variety! My usual weekday breakfast is muesli with yogurt and fruit, but on the weekends I like to cook. My most recent discovery is the Dutch puff I found here, http://richfoodleantimes.wordpress.com/2010/01/27/dutch-puff-easy-gourmet-breakfast-or-lunch-or-dinner-or-midnight-snack. It’s super easy and both my husband and I liked it. It’s not very filling though, so we had yogurt and fruit on the side.

  • You hit most of the favorites at my house! As a good Iowa girl, my favorite breakfast is along the lines of an egg sandwich. I like mine on whole wheat bread with cheese and avocado. If my husband (who is Japanese/Taiwanese and raised in LA) had his pick, he likes Asian noodle soups for breakfast. My son is still deciding (he’s 1) — the latest favorite is boring old plain, whole wheat toast:)

  • Mmmm, that Indian breakfast dish looks delicious! Nothing better than starting off the day right!

  • boogie.

    I was gonna say my fav breakfast were pancakes or crepes… but then I saw the last pic with the chocolate cake! and now i’m not embarassed to say that’s really my fav breakfast lol

  • jordancristine

    breakfast at your house is much more exciting than ours!! 🙂

    love the pics, by the way!

  • Holy cow! Yum!

    My favorite breakfast usually involves eggs in some shape or form. 😉

  • I love the variety of these breakfasts. That’s one of the best parts of traveling – trying new foods, breakfast in particular. When I was in Japan I loved eating rice balls, miso soup, and pickled vegetables every morning. It felt right.

    In America I eat a lot of oatmeal and cereal for breakfast, and sometimes have eggs and toast.

  • I love breakfast!! When I was in culinary school I actually had a whole class just on breakfast, and it was one of my favorites. I could eat breakfast food no matter what time of day it is. But latley my breakfast has consisted of a cup of cold instant coffee and and a painkiller.

  • Hi Tes,
    I love the last picture with the beautiful child’s hand pressing down and the promise of good things to come.
    Your question is a great way to get me to say aomething and interact, participate.
    One of my favorite’s is Egg Mc Greg named for my son… It’s an English muffin, whole grain, egg whites (spray glass bowl,cover,in the microwave 1 minute, and a slice of Canadian bacon(before I saw Food Inc. and stopped eating meat!)It was one of my first posts. Thanks for you comments on my blog Tes. Adagio

  • Hi Tes,
    I love the last picture with the beautiful child’s hand pressing down, holding the promise of good things to come.
    Your question is a great way to get me to say something and interact, participate.
    One of my favorite’s is Egg Mc Greg named for my son… It’s an English muffin, whole grain, egg whites (spray glass bowl,cover,in the microwave 1 minute, and a slice of Canadian bacon wrapped in paper towel microwave 12 seconds.(before I saw Food Inc. and stopped eating meat!)It was one of my first posts. Thanks for your comments on my blog Tes. Adagio

  • the domestic fringe

    I like a waffle with chocolate peanut butter spread on top. Thanks for visiting The Domestic Fringe today. Hope you come again soon!

    -FringeGirl

  • Hi Tes! Thank you so much for commenting on my blog! I am so happy to read your blog, the food looks spectacular and your family looks absolutely lovely.
    I spent last summer in Thailand and fell in love with eating rice for breakfast, something I never do in America. Here, my normal breakfast is usually fruit and oats, or a smoothie with fruit and spinach and nut butter.
    Take care!

  • sasa

    I love Idli and Masala Dosas too – my friend’s mum showed me how to make them AGES ago but I’ve forgotten…My fave is probably a Japanese brekkie though – miso soup, rice, fish, natto, pickles – not for the fainthearted!

  • i love congee for breakfast!! everytime i go home my mum alawys get it for me in the morning! (so spoil!lol)

  • lifeinarecipe

    I’ll admit that I hardly eat breakfast, and when I do it is closer to noon time. However, I think the best breakfasts I ever had was during my trip to Singapore. We found this great little local spot and just about every morning we had Kaya toast with cheese and a cup of their wonderful coffee for breakfast. I have dreams of going back there just for this!

  • Lovely pictures! And I like the idea of having corn with an egg sandwich for breakfast! For me, my favorite breakfast is simply granola, fruit, and yoghurt for breakfast.

    Agatha x

  • Egg sandwiches are soooo good. But you’re right, some days it’s is all about the chocolate cake!!!!

  • Lovely pictures and a lovely blog, A nice way to start your day!!!!

  • Please give us your recipe for idli! Is there anyway it can be made with wholemeal ingredients? I made dhosas yesterday using brown basmati rice and chana dhal and they worked so I’m hopeful on the idli.

    Let me know.

    Beautiful blog, by the way.

    jo

    • Tes

      My mother-in-law makes the most nutritious organic idli, I haven’t try the recipe yet. I’ll ask her for the recipe, then I’ll be happy to share it.

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