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Pronounced ah-sigh-EE, Açai bowls originate in Brazil and are made of frozen açai palm fruit that is pureed and served as a smoothie in a bowl. Açai bowls are then topped with granola, banana, and guaraná syrup, among other variations.
Ackee with Saltfish
A quintessentially Jamaican dish made with saltfish, Jamaica’s national fruit ackee, onions, peppers, and tomatoes. A fantastic one pot dish that is traditionally eaten for breakfast but can be enjoyed any time of day.
If you’ve ever tried a cannoli you know they’re something special. Originating in Sicily, Italy, these deep fried pastries filled with cream cheese, pistachios, and lemon are a refreshing treat that has to be tried.
The south west of England is one of the friendliest and most beautiful parts of the world. One food from there I always crave when I’m away is pasties. So to help with the cravings, here is the recipe straight from legendary Ann’s Pasties.
For this rich, spicy Iraqi breakfast dish, ground lamb is sautéed with onions, tomatoes, and parsley, seasoned to the hilt with bahar asfar, yellow curry powder, and then topped with soft-baked eggs.
This traditional Turkish egg scramble is quick and easy to make with a few basic ingredients, and extra-delicious when served up with some good crusty bread. Easily varied by adding some feta, sausage, ham or pastrami, spinach, or extra veggies.
Considered the national dish of Myanmar, Mohinga is traditionally cooked with catfish which may be hard to source. This version uses mackerel as an alternative but is just as tasty and a must try.
Shakshuka is a classic North African and Middle Eastern dish and one that’s eaten for breakfast or any meal of the day. Shakshuka means “a mixture” and the traditional version uses tomatoes, onions and spices with eggs poached on top.