¿Qué comes en el desayuno? / What do you eat for breakfast?

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¿Qué comes en el desayuno?

Como buena venezolana, suelo comer arepa. La arepa es un alimento muy tradicional en Venezuela hecha a base de masa de harina de maíz precocida, de forma circular y aplanada. Debido a las masas migratorias de venezolanos a otros países en los últimos años (por causa de la dictadura) se ha difundido mucho y es un alimento tan completo y versátil que tiene una gran aceptación en el paladar de cualquier comensal.

Se pueden encontrar en dos presentaciones: dulces y saladas. Las arepitas dulces suelen consumirse más que todo para las meriendas, mientras que saladas se consumen mayormente en el desayuno y la cena.

Una arepa dulce suele acompañarse de sirop, mantequilla y queso blanco. Una arepa salada puedes rellenarla casi con cualquier cosa: carne, granos, ensaladas, charcutería…

Dependiendo del relleno, algunas reciben nombres graciosos, por lo común y tradicional, las más cotizadas son: La Dominó (con caraotas negras y queso blanco), La Pelúa (con carne desmechada y queso amarillo rallado), La Catira, hermana de la Pelúa (con pollo guisado y queso amarillo rallado), La Rompe Colchón (según afrodisíaca, con mariscos), De Perico (con huevos revueltos), De Pabellón (Con caraotas negras, tajada, carne desmechada), La Gringa o Musiúa (el relleno igual al de una hamburguesa), La Rumbera, típica de las fiestas decembrinas, rellena con los sobrantes del pernil y queso amarillo rallado… y Mi favorita es la Reina Pepiada, de las más famosas. Recibe su nombre en honor a la Miss Mundo venezolana Susana Duim (1955). Su relleno es de pollo o gallina desmechada, con mayonesa y aguacate.

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En el año 2015, la arepa venezolana se llevó el primer puesto de los mejores desayunos en todo el mundo, en un ranking elaborado por el reconocido blog Thrillist, especializado en viajes, comidas y bebidas internacionales… Entonces, si me preguntas ¿qué desayuno? tengo que decir con orgullo que como el mejor desayuno del mundo.

… y tú, ¿qué desayunas?

Las fotografías de esta publicación son de mi propiedad y fueron tomadas con mi celular Yezz 4E.

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What do you eat breakfast?

As a good Venezuelan, I usually eat arepa. Arepa is a very traditional food in Venezuela made from pre-cooked cornmeal dough, circular and flattened. Due to the migratory masses of Venezuelans to other countries in recent years (because of the dictatorship) it has spread widely and is such a complete and versatile food that it has a great acceptance on the palate of any diner.

They can be found in two presentations: sweet and savory. Sweet arepitas usually consume more than anything for snacks, while savory foods are mostly consumed at breakfast and dinner.

A sweet arepa is usually accompanied by sirop, butter and white cheese. A salty arepa you can fill it with almost anything: meat, beens, salads, deli...

Depending on the filling, some received funny names, usually and traditionally, the most quoted are: La Domino (with black beans and white cheese), La Pelúa (Furry) (with shredded meat and grated yellow cheese), La Catira (The Blonde), Furry's sister (with stewed chicken and grated yellow cheese), La Rompe Colchón (Mattress Breaker) (according to aphrodisiac, with seafood), De Perico (Parakeet) (with scrambled eggs), De Pabellón (With black beans, fried plantain, shredded meat), La Gringa or Musiúa (Stuffed just like a hamburger), La Rumbera, typical of Christmas parties, stuffed with leftover pernil and grated yellow cheese... and My favorite is the Pepiada Queen, one of the most famous. It receives its name in honor of the Venezuelan Miss World Susana Duim (1955). Its filling is chicken or hen, with mayonnaise and avocado.

Reina Pepiada.jpeg

mayonesa.jpeg

aguacate.jpeg

In 2015, the Venezuelan arepa took first place in the best breakfasts worldwide, in a ranking prepared by the renowned Thrillist blog, specializing in international travel, food and drinks ... So, if you ask me "what do you eat for breakfast? I'll have to proudly say that I eat the best breakfast in the world.

... And you, what do you eat for breakfast?

The photographs in this publication are my property and were taken with my Yezz 4E cell phone

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Extraño son unas arepas dulces fritas con queso, huevo, rikesa y jamon que comía hace años, eran la autentica gloria.

oye, tengo un concurso en el que deberias participar! dentro de la publicacion del concurso hay algunos tips que pueden servirte para monetizar mejor tu trabajo!.

Vale sí, la arepa es tan versátil... La gloria para nosotros los venezolanos! 😊😋😎 ... Cuéntame sobre el concurso y los tips 😁

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Aquí tienes el concurso! (: esta semana aumentamos recompensas, pero la semana que viene subiremos incluso un poco más! y sin embargo no hay mucha participación :v pero bueno, creo que son siempre los inicios de las cosas como una bola de nieve.

I had forgotten about arepas! Thanks for the reminder :>)
Discovered them during my six month stay on El Hierro, Canary Islands ( 2016-17 ) and loved their taste. I used to eat them either in the Venezolan restaurant out there or buy and take them with me on a hike on one of the islands hundred of (inactive) volcanoes. Man, they were amazing!

I used to breakfast with yoghurt, oatmeal, fruit, honey and grated coconut but, since a week and a half, I'm eating vegan - as mentioned in my last post - so no yoghurt nor honey. I am merely eating a banana and drinking coffee for breakfast or toast with peanutbutter.

Un abrazo desde Holanda!

never had anything like that before - looks pretty good though :)

Nice cake.

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