That's one of those common questions that make up online surveys, and comprise these "listicle" articles online to stir up discussion among the fooderati. After all, it's a safe thing, to wax nostalgic about perhaps the earliest act of childhood independence - having a choice at the table, and the perhaps even the act of putting the dish together.
My favorite breakfast cereal? Rice. Because it comes in so many myriad forms. But for breakfast, it shines.
|This version of nasi lemak incorporates goat and squid. The ever present sambal - a chile paste redolent with lemongrass and dried fish - rounds out the meal, providing foil with the sweet milky tea served alongside.|
|But perhaps the most curious thing I encountered was nasi biru - literally, blue rice. Although you may guess that a Smurf may have been cooked in it, this rice is colored by the juice from the flowers of the bunga telang plant (Clitoria ternatea).; one of the rare times of a true blue food. Heck, blue is usually considered unappetizing, yet, here it is. Incidentally, the bunga telang only conveys color - it still tastes like regular rice.|