9 typical dishes of some countries in the world
Hamburger is a dish originating from Germany, but it is very famous and is considered a typical dish in America. Americans bake hamburgers during outdoor parties. Louis' Lunch is considered the first restaurant in the United States to serve Hamburger (since 1990). The restaurant is open every afternoon during the week and some days of the week open through the next morning.
ACKEE AND SALTFISH, JAMAICA
Although it originated as a slave's food, Jamaican people still boast that this was a typical dish of their country. Ackee is a nutritious fruit with a taste similar to boiled eggs. Jamaican people sauté Ackee with salted fish, onions, and tomatoes. In Jamaica, Jake’s restaurant in Treasure Beach is the most popular place to serve this dish.
FISH PORRIDGE, BARBADOS
A special kind of porridge cooked from corn, oats or chestnuts in combination with flying fish is steamed with orange juice, spices, vegetables or fried with spices to become a specialty of Barbados (island nation to the west of the Atlantic Ocean and to the east of the Caribbean Sea). The Flying Fish restaurant is considered to be the home of this delicious dish.
BULGOGI BBQ, KOREA
Bulgogi is made from sliced beef, marinated with a mixture of soy sauce, sugar, sesame oil, garlic and other spices such as green onions, or mushrooms. Bulgogi is rolled with lettuce or other leafy vegetables. Byeokje Galbi restaurant chain in Seoul is a famous brand with this specialty of this country.
KIBBEH, LEBANON AND SYRIA
The Lebanese national dish is Kibbeh, made from mashed lamb mixed with spices and flour, and then is served with yogurt sauce. Kibbeh also has different types, but the most famous is kibbeh nayee. Two other popular types of kibbeh are kibbeh bilsaneeya and kibess rass. These two types have cooked meat and peanuts inside. Aleppans city in Northern Syria is a place that tourist should come to enjoy this dish.
GOULASH SOUP, HUNGARY
Goulash soup became Hungary's national dish from the 19th century when Hungarians sought their country's symbol to distinguish it from other countries. Soup made from stewed beef with vegetables, red onions, spices. Soup Goulash is served with boiled or mashed potatoes, bread.
WIENER SCHNITZEL, AUSTRALIA
Wiener Schnitzel is a dish of fried veal originating from Italy but has been processed by Australians to be their typical dish with the finest and freshest ingredients. Wiener Schnitzel is characterized by boneless meat covered with breadcrumbs before frying. The finished product is decorated with a slice of lemon and potato salad with coriander. Over time, Schnitzel dishes are transformed with pork, or stuffed with mushrooms, bacon, onions and various herbs.
Pot-au-feu is a rustic French dish, popular in the winter. This is beef, chicken drumstick or duck meat stewed with fruits and spices to create a very special flavor. If you visit Paris, you should go to Le Pot Au Feu at 59 Boulevard Pasteur Avenue, near Pasteur station to enjoy this specialty.
GRILLED BEEF AND YORKSHIRE PUDDING CAKE, UK
Pudding has long been one of the famous dishes in traditional British cuisine. The Yorkshire Pudding tops the list of Britain's favorite flavors of traditional value and culinary art value. The cake is made from eggs, milk, and flour through the traditional processing of Yorkshire people. Yorkshire pudding is served with a sauce and grilled meat, especially beef. The British eat this dish at noon on Sundays which is conceived as the most important lunch and a typical tradition of England.
By: Joshua Thompson