The national dish of Malaysia, Nasi Lemak has been listed as one of 10 most healthy international breakfasts by TIME Magazine.
According to the article, Nasi Lemak is described as “supremely delicious” and it’s balanced with lots of manganese, protein and carbs. It also says that the chili in the sambal boosts the metabolism.
Also in the list was the Turkish breakfast spread featuring olives, tomato, white cheese, eggs and sausages as well as the Israeli shakshouka in which eggs are poached in a tomato and vegetable sauce.
The Japanese breakfast that comes with various side dishes alongside with some rice and the Vietnamese pho bone broth were also listed.
Egypt’s entry was ful medames and gallo pinto from Costa Rica was also selected.
Europe’s contribution to the list consisted of porridge, with Iceland’s hafragrautur oatmeal porridge and the Russian kasha, a porridge consisting of various grains and cooked in milk, making the list.
Upma from India was featured in the list, described as a thick concoction made from dry roasted semolina.