You can’t really miss out on these foods as the world is made up of a multitude of regions and their staple foods. Here are a handful of our recommendations for foods you should try at least once in your life.
There’s nothing not to like about this rich, sweet breakfast meal that needs to be paired with a cup of strong coffee: flaky pastry covered in butter, a dollop of raspberry jam poured over the top, and a soft, yielding bite as you sink into its flavors.
To make this delicate, fragrant bovine delight, beef is slowly cooked with coconut milk, combining it with lemongrass, galangal, garlic, turmeric, ginger, and chilies, then left to stew for a few hours. It is even better if cooked overnight.
Japan is excellent in every way, whether it’s in terms of automobiles, technology, or cuisine. The delicate and freshness of the fish and rice make this a popular first-date dish all around the world.
Neapolitan pizza, Italy
The simple Neapolitan pizza was and continues to be the greatest. It only calls for sea salt, high-grade wheat flour, only three types of fresh tomatoes, hand-rolled dough, and stringent usage of a wood-fired oven, among other things. The Neapolitans created a cuisine that only a few people can master, yet that everyone enjoys.
There’s a reason this pasta-layered, tomato-sauce-infused, minced-meaty gift to kids and adults alike is so popular, second only to pizza on the list of famous Italian foods: it just works.
Hummus, Middle East
This simple Middle Eastern spread, prepared with chickpeas, garlic, lemon juice, and tahini, has become a worldwide favourite. This acidic delight is delicious as a dip, with breads, meats, veggies, beans, or — wait for it — a Marmite rice cake.
A fresh, homemade tortilla topped with guacamole, salsa, onions, and cilantro, and small bits of grilled beef coated with oil and sea salt. This dish is suitable for consumption at any time of day. A dish that is difficult to resist.
Masala dosa, India
A spicy mashed potato mixture is enveloped in a crispy rice-batter crepe, which is then dipped in coconut chutney, pickles, tomato-and-lentil-based sauces, and other sauces. It’s a delicious breakfast that will keep you going for the rest of the day.
Chicken rice, Singapore
This steamed or boiled chicken is served over fragrant greasy rice with sliced cucumber as the token vegetable. This is referred to as Singapore’s “national dish.” and is one of Singapore’s best foods, no matter how it’s made.
French fries coated in cheese curds and brown gravy. It fills your mouth with a spicy, cheesy, fried-potato mixture that will have you fighting for the last dollop. As a late-night snack, this dish is excellent.