Easy Breakfasts Even Famous Chefs Make
These simple yet far-from-boring meals lean toward the savory, though we're happy to report that one famous pastry chef manages to slip some chocolate in.
Photo: Paul Delmont, Prop styling: Leila Baboi
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An A.M. Bowl You Weren't Expecting
Plain, steamed rice is an essential part of a Japanese breakfast, and Judy Joo, owner of Jinjuu
in London, often relies on it as the foundation of her morning meal. Sometimes she tops the grains with a fried egg, drizzles soy sauce and sesame oil on top and finishes the dish with a dash of Korean chili paste. Another version she makes is rice with gim seaweed (a flakier, saltier alternative to nori) and a sprinkling of sesame seeds.