50 most delicious dishes from around the world
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What can't you miss when visiting another country? Of course I'm eating! National cuisines of different peoples of the world are a kind of journey within a journey. In this issue, we have collected the best dishes from around the world — in case you go all out and start your own gastronomic tour.
Australia: soaring pie (Pie floater)
This dish is often called the perfect cure for a hangover. This is an Australian-style meat pie that is " submerged "in pea soup or" floated " over it. Sometimes tomato sauce, vinegar, salt and pepper are put on top.
This is a popular dish of grilled meat. In a word, a steak in the Argentine style. If you come across a really good asador (the one who makes asado), then you will once and for all remember the taste of real grilled meat.
Austria: Vienna schnitzel
Viennese schnitzel is a synonym for Austria. This is a very thin veal tenderloin in breadcrumbs, which is strongly fried. Usually served with lemon and parsley, and as a side dish is potatoes or rice.
Of course, mussels and French fries can be eaten in other countries, but such a spicy and delicious combination first appeared in Belgium. Mussels are prepared in different ways (with wine, butter and spices, or even in tomato broth) and served with salted crispy French fries. All this is washed down with a refreshing Belgian beer.
Brazil is a huge country with a diverse cuisine, so it is difficult to choose only one dish. However, the most iconic Brazilian dish is probably feijoada-a dish made of beans and smoked beef or pork. It is usually served with rice, kale, farofa (fried cassava flour), hot sauce, and orange slices to ease digestion.
Canada: Putin (emphasis on " and»)
Putin first appeared in Quebec, this delicious high-calorie dish that will warm you up from the inside: French fries and slices of cheese in hot gravy.
China: Shanghai dumplings
It is difficult to choose just one best dish in such a huge country as China, but perhaps the Shanghai dumplings (xiao long bao) deserve this title. This dish appeared in Shanghai and is a meat-stuffed dumplings that are steamed in broth in a bamboo basket.
Arepa is a tortilla made of maize or flour, which is grilled, baked or fried in a frying pan until it forms a delicious, airy texture. They are usually eaten for breakfast or as a lunch snack. Often, butter, cheese, eggs, milk, chorizo or hogao (onion sauce) are placed on top.
Costa Rica: Tamale
If you happen to be in Costa Rica in December, you'll probably see tamales on every corner, because these tortillas are made mostly at Christmas. Tamales can have a variety of fillings, including pork, rice, eggs, raisins, olives, carrots, and peppers. They are wrapped in the leaves of the paradise banana and cooked in a wood-burning oven.
Croatia: pazhsky cheese
Pazhsky cheese is a hard Croatian cheese made from goat's milk. It is made on the island of Pag, and it is so famous that it is exported all over the world.
This is a traditional Danish rye bread that is soaked in beer and boiled to a porridge state. Served with whipped cream, which makes it look like a dessert. Nutritious and sweet, but with the taste of rye bread.
This dish is served all over North Africa, but it is especially popular in Egypt, where it first appeared. In the Egyptian version of this dish, molochea leaves (a kind of bitter vegetable) are used — the stems are removed from them, and then finely chopped and cooked with coriander, garlic and broth. Usually served with chicken or rabbit, and sometimes with lamb or fish.
England: Roast beef and Yorkshire pudding
These dishes are considered national in England. Combine the flavor of the beef in the gravy with the hot bread.
The national dish of France — potofee-is a product of rural cuisine-broth with meat, root vegetables and spices. Traditionally, the cooks filtered the broth through a sieve and served it with meat.
Spicy tortillas with cheese or egg.
This popular fast food dish consists of a bratwurst fried sausage (served whole or cut into pieces), seasoned with curry ketchup. French fries are served as a side dish. Experts say that it is best to try with the Nuremberg sausage.
Gyros are made from meat (beef, veal, pork or chicken), which is cooked on a vertical spit and served with tomatoes, onions and various sauces. They say that the best and largest gyros can be tasted in the north of the country. In addition, in the south, they are more often served with djajik, and in the north - with mustard and ketchup.
Holland: pickled herring
This is a raw herring fillet that is marinated in a mixture of cider, wine, sugar, spices and/or spices. It is best to eat this dish on a fresh fried bun with chopped onions.
A popular Hungarian dish, goulash, is a cross between soup and stew and has a very thick consistency. There are quite a few variations of this dish, but the traditional recipe includes beef, onions, paprika, tomatoes, green peppers, potatoes and sometimes noodles.
India: Tandoori chickens
In India, the cuisine varies greatly by region, so it is almost impossible to choose just one dish to describe the whole country. In the north, the dishes are more "meat", with curry and flavorful bread. In the south — more vegetarian and spicy. Well, if you had to choose, perhaps tandoori chicken could get the title of the best dish in India. It consists of the actual chicken, which is marinated in tandoori masala and fried in a special tandoori oven. Served with vegetables, yogurt sauce and rice.
Martabak is a sweet Indonesian pie. The top and bottom are essentially a porous cake, and in the middle there can be a variety of sweets-from chocolate chips to grated cheese and peanuts, and sometimes a banana! Sold all over Indonesia right on the streets.
Agree, it could not be otherwise. Pizza appeared in Italy — in Naples, to be precise. Neapolitan pizza is very dense, with a crisp crust and high-quality ingredients such as fresh tomatoes, mozzarella, basil and meat. In this country, pizza is art, and pizza chefs are artists.
Of course, sushi seems like the most obvious candidate for the title of a cult Japanese dish, but many Japanese people claim that katsudon is no less popular dish. This is a crispy, deep-fried pork cutlet with egg and seasonings. Served, of course, with rice.
Translated as "five fingers", because this dish was originally eaten with your hands. Boiled meat (lamb or beef) cut into cubes and mix with boiled noodles, and then season with onion sauce. Served in a large round dish with lamb broth as a side dish.
Malaysia: Nasi lemak
Considered an unofficial national dish of Malaysia, it consists of rice cooked in coconut milk and pandan leaves. Traditionally served wrapped in banana leaves, and as a side dish is often chili, anchovies, peanuts and boiled eggs. Many claim that this dish can cure you of a hangover.
Mole sauce is one of the most complex and delicious in the world, because it uses more than a hundred ingredients. This sauce appeared in the regions of Pueblo and Oaxaca, but you can find it almost all over the country.
In Dutch, this word means "rice table". This is a set meal of a dozen small side dishes, such as sate, sambal, egg rolls, fruits and vegetables. Although all of these dishes are of Indonesian origin, the dish itself appeared in the Dutch colonial period.
Nigeria: egusi soup and puree
Mashed potatoes can be made by stirring potato flour in hot water or starch, using boiled white yams and whipping it until it forms a soft texture. Egusi soup is made from the protein-rich seeds of pumpkin, melon; leafy vegetables, goat meat, and seasonings such as chili are usually added. There are many regional versions of this dish.
This is a salted trout that has been marinated for several months. It is eaten raw, with onions and sour cream. For a long time, Norway was a poor country, on the verge of agricultural opportunities. Because of the long winter, the Norwegians are used to harvesting in advance and saving it. Therefore, traditional Norwegian dishes are often pickled, smoked or canned. And rakfisk is one of them.
In other countries, adobo is a popular sauce, but in the Philippines it is a whole dish with meat (pork or chicken) cooked in vinegar, soy sauce, garlic and vegetable oil. Before frying, the meat is marinated in this sauce. The dish is so popular that it is called the unofficial national dish of the Philippines.
Zhur is the basis for the soup, consisting of rye flour, which is fermented in water for up to five days. Chopped vegetables are added to the broth — carrots, parsnips, root celery, leeks, potatoes, garlic, and usually eggs and sausages.
This is a Portuguese sandwich made of bread, ham, linguica (smoked pork sausage) and steak. All this is poured with melted cheese and tomato sauce. It is best to eat with French fries and cold beer.
Cabbage leaves stuffed with rice and meat. This is a very popular dish in Romania eaten in winter.
Any foreigner in Ukraine is simply obliged to try borscht. Usually served cold and with sour cream. The best aperitif? Of course, gorilka.
Saudi Arabia: kabsa
A fragrant rice dish with a variety of spices, such as cloves, cardamom, saffron, cinnamon, pepper, nutmeg and bay leaves. Usually all this is mixed with meat and vegetables. This dish can be found all over the Middle East, but it is especially popular in Saudi Arabia.
Scotland: smoked salmon on black bread
Smoked salmon is a must-have of Scottish cuisine. The Scots squeeze fresh lemon on the salmon and eat the fish simply by putting it on a piece of black bread, adding only butter or cream cheese.
Slovakia: cheese dumplings
These are small potato dumplings with soft goat's milk cheese (brynza) and bacon.
Slovenia: Kranj sausage
This is a Slovenian sausage made from pork (20% of which is bacon), salt, pepper, water and garlic. And all.
South Africa: biltong
A type of canned meat from South Africa. This can be beef or game meat, such as ostrich. A South African version of beef jerky, but much tastier. Strips of meat, seasoned with salt and spices, dried and truly delicious.
South Korea: Panchang
A traditional lunch in South Korea consists of many small side dishes, from which it is almost impossible to choose one thing. That's why Koreans love panchang — a set of small dishes that are served with rice and eaten in company. It can be kimchi, soup, kochhujan, kalbi, etc.
Spicy pickled ham that is sliced from the hind leg of a pig. This iconic Spanish dish is served with a glass of wine, crusty bread and olives.
Thinly grated potatoes, which are fried in a frying pan until golden brown. It was originally a farmers ' breakfast in the canton of Bern, but the taste of this dish has made it popular across the country.
Taiwan: bread coffin
This is a very thick piece of white bread with a filling of various yummy things, such as chicken or peppered beef.
Thailand: Phat thai
This dish was invented in Thailand in the 1930s, and since then it has remained a cult throughout the country. Thin rice noodles are fried with tofu and shrimp and seasoned with sugar, tamarind, vinegar, chili and fish sauce. It turns out very spicy and delicious.
One of the most affordable dishes in the expensive UAE. Perhaps that is why it remains one of the most popular in the country. This is a sandwich on a pita flatbread, in which you put fried meat (usually a mixture of lamb, chicken, turkey or beef) and vegetables. They are usually seasoned with hot sauce or tahini.
Russia: buckwheat and beef stroganoff
Stroganoff-style meat, finely chopped beef, drenched in hot sour cream sauce, goes well with the traditional Russian side dish-buckwheat.
In the United States, there are many different dishes and it is quite difficult to choose only one. But, you must agree, the hamburger is, perhaps, the" face " of America. Especially in the company of French fries and a milkshake.
Venezuela: pabellon criollo
This dish consists of white rice with stewed black beans and meat. Often served with fried eggs and fried plantains.
This dish is popular all over the country — noodle soup. There are many versions about the type of meat used, but each of them must have rice noodles and broth, seasoned with shallots, fish sauce, ginger, salt and spices like cardamom, star anise and cloves. Some versions also include onions, coriander, and black pepper.
Wales: Clark's Pie
Spicy meat pies originated in Cardiff, Wales. They are made according to a secret recipe, but you will find meat, vegetables and gravy in them.