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The Most Popular Dishes From Around the World

by nobert soloria bermosa on 07/07/08 at 11:09 am

World famous dishes you might want to taste.

ach country has its own unique and popular dish. Want to try foreign dishes? Here are some of the most popular dishes from Europe, Africa, North & South America, Africa, Australia & Oceania, and Asia. Pick your choice. (Photos courtesy of Wikipedia)

Jannson’s Frestelse – Sweden

Jannson’s Frestelse or Jannson’s Temptation is an onion and anchovy mixture layered in between this slices of potato to make this popular Swedish dish. Fresh cream is poured on the top and the pie is baked until it is golden brown.

Danish Pastries – Denmark

These sweet rolls are rich, flaky, and often iced. The Danes eat them at anytime of the day, but particularly at midmorning with cups of strong coffee. Delicious Danish pastries have become popular in many parts of the world.

Irish Stew – Ireland

Ireland’s best-known dish is a stew from lamb or mutton. It is simmered in hot water with potatoes, onions, carrots, leeks, and pearl barley. Potatoes have been a staple food in Ireland since 1800s. Irish stew is traditionally served with dumplings made from suet.

Wurst – Germany

Wurst means sausage, and Germany is said to have over 1,500 different kinds. Every region has its specialty, often sold as snacks on the street with a roll and a large dollop of mustard.

  • Bratwurst is long and served grilled.
    • Weisswurst is boiled and
    • Frankfurters are named after the city they came from – Frankfurt

Fundue – Switzerland

Fundue is a famous Swiss dish made with melted cheese. Cheeses such as Gruyene and Emmental, produced on Swiss dairy farms, are heated in a pot and flavored with garlic, pepper, white wine, and kirsch (cherry liqueur). Fresh bread is dipped into the hot cheese using forks.

Quiche Lorraine – France

Quiche Lorraine consist of a shell of crisp pastry, filled with beaten eggs, cream cheese, seasoning, and chopped bacon. The tart is baked for 45 minutes in the oven until it is golden brown. This is a traditional dish from Lorraine, a region in northeastern France. French cuisine is thought by many people to be the finest in the world.

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nobert bermosa

Jul 7th, 2008

these are absolutely delicious and yummy dishes,hello guys, hope you ‘ll enjoy this one…thanks

Unofre Pili

Jul 7th, 2008

Wow! delectable dishes.”Tsarap.”

tracy sardelli

Jul 7th, 2008

Excellent article.

Anna Ski

Jul 7th, 2008

Great article, Nobert. There was another you forgot to mention and it would’ve taken tastebuds faraway than ever, Former Yugosalv Repubic of Macedonia (Stuffed Capsicums with mince meat), Serbia (Cevapci – they are like meatballs only long like a finger and meat patties, they are irresistable), Croatia (Fish grilled on the barbecue with additions)
The Adriatic sea is a very popular destination and now is a main tourist destination. Bon appetit!

Ruby Hawk

Jul 7th, 2008

I like most of these dishes that I know about. I like Irish stew, okra, quiche, spaghetti, fondue, couscous and danish and especialy mince meat pie.

valli

Jul 7th, 2008

Great article.

desmonrock21

Jul 8th, 2008

parfait, c’est très bon, délicieux.

Leo Reyes

Jul 8th, 2008

makes me very hungry…. nice selections.

alexa gates

Jul 8th, 2008

these look amazing!

Loreta Dorington

Jul 10th, 2008

I forgot what I had to say for I can’t think when I’m hungry. So I’ll just say “Bon appetit”.

Chris

Jul 10th, 2008

Pavlova would be a far more appropriate dish for Australia.

salvatore

Jul 12th, 2008

great article.

Sue

Jul 12th, 2008

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anon

Jul 14th, 2008

Any italian will tell you that Spagetti Bolognese is an American Invention.

Bolognese comes from Bologna, sure. But they don’t eat it with spagetti! Meat sauces like bolognese need flat pastas.

lanne

Jul 21st, 2008

Everything looked so good! Great post.

nobert soloria bermosa

Jul 30th, 2008

thank you all,i appreciate your support very much

susannah

Aug 7th, 2008

I love this! Thanks for posting.

keshacoggins

Oct 21st, 2008

With a large amount of its population being vegetarian, India has a seriously mind-boggling array of vegetarian dishes in its culinary repertoire! Think of a single vegetarian food and you will probably get a long list of ways it can be prepared. So much for variety.Inspite of there being so much to choose from, there are some vegetarian dishes that are more popular than others.

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Aranamasi

Nov 30th, 2008

This website is very great

Madhu

Dec 27th, 2008

what about Indian Dishes ? Hyderabadi Biryani, Chicken Tikka and many more are world famous, why they are not included in this article ?

veeman

Jan 31st, 2009

How could france be considered by many the best cuisine in the world when those so called experts are ignorant to the facts that it was the florentines who taught the french how to cook in the first place?
and secondly who of the general public know french foods? very very few..even i didnt know quiche was from france..Now ask who knows tacos, chop suey, pizza, chow mein, pasta, teryaki, minestrone, sushi, weiner schnitzel, ravioli, fettuccini alfredo, polenta, risotto, ceviche, fajitas, ravioli, paella, souvlaki, shawarma, couscous, pesto, ceasar salad, greek salad, tabouli, gnocchi.etc
No one knows french food except the rich who can afford that unhealthy creamy overpriced food.

mamie

Mar 6th, 2009

there should be more irish foods on here

lynda

Apr 30th, 2009

I’ve lived in Greece. That doesn’t look like any Greek salad I had there. They use dried oregano no fresh parsely, kalamata olives not green pimento or black, green peppers not red and I don’t see any onions or tomatoes.

Lydia

Jun 30th, 2009

Awesome im going to do this for my food tech coursework :)

Zaid Hydi

Jan 14th, 2010

Many Hyderabadi dishes and desserts can takeover this dishes but at least Hyderabadi Biryani should come in Top Ten.

Hyderabadi dishes are very royal in look and excellent in test

Zaid Hydi

Jan 14th, 2010

Many Hyderabadi dishes and desserts can takeover this dishes but at least Hyderabadi Biryani should come in Top Ten.

Hyderabadi dishes are very royal in look and excellent in taste

maureen chivers

Jan 26th, 2010

Whether the food is authentic or not(reading some of the comments), The pictures and writing were brilliant for my primary children who are on the topic of “food around the world’, so thank you very much. from M. Chivers in Zambia

786776

Jan 28th, 2010

ur great

hehehe

Apr 19th, 2010

awesome foods

Melody SJAL

May 17th, 2010

Such a delectable piece…my mouth is watering.

Mario

Oct 16th, 2010

The article is about the most popular dishes from around the world, but only states European ones. Hm? Interesting article, although quite lacking in ‘worldly’ variety. In as far as French food is concerned, Veeman says that it is only for the rich, and that it is unhealty. This is not true, whatsoever, because great French food when done right, is lite, not served in large quantity, but is very delicious! If you’ve ever had great French food, you and your bowels would come out the restaurant (or home, if you can cook it) feeling dreamy and passionate.

I wish this article would have explored the cuisines of Mexico and the USA, not to metion ever other place on this globe, besides only Europe. Oh, well, maybe next time?

Macherie

May 17th, 2011

ngayon ko lang nalaman yang fondue pala ay galing switzerland, kala ko belgium.hehe

Master Chief

Jun 13th, 2011

i have not a clue but they look nice and im using for my course work and ur all nerds!!!!!!!!!!!

Madhusudan

Jul 26th, 2011

Indian cuisine is the World famous cuisine with unlimited spices and flavours combined to form anumerous mouth watering dishes !

Victoria

Jan 10th, 2012

Borscht is not a classic Russian soup, but a UKRAINIAN one. Shchi is a classic Russian soup.

Natalie

May 27th, 2012

Falafel is Egyptian, not Israeli…and Hummus is not singlehandedly Syrian, usually credited to Syria, lebanon and Palestine (the levant).

Jacqueline

Dec 9th, 2012

cultural foods around the world

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