Masterpieces of world cuisines

Syria: kebbe
This dish is also popular in Lebanon, Palestine and Jordan. Typical Syrian kebbe made from bulgur (durum wheat groats), chopped onion and finely chopped pieces of beef, lamb, goat or camel meat. Best option kebbe - here are now patties stuffed with beef or lamb. Cutlets may also take the form of a ball or lozenges, and can bake or cook in the broth.






Barbados: cuckoo and flying fish
In Barbados, a lot of fish, such as Opah, tuna, barracuda and red snapper, but this country is called the "Land of the flying fish." And this kind of fish even reached the most famous national dish of Barbados, which is called the Ku-Ku. Cuckoo consists mainly of corn grits and okra fruits, and served with him flying fish usually fried or boiled for a couple.




Canada: Putin (accent on the second syllable)
Putin arrived in Quebec in the late 1950s. This is a favorite dish of all Canadians. It is made from potato fries sprinkled with brown sauce and served with slices of cheese. Although the recipe is quite simple, there are many options for Putin. Some restaurants offer this dish with such "fillers" like chicken, bacon or smoked meat in Montreal, three pepper sauce or even caviar and truffles.




Poland: Bigus
Bigus - traditional meat stew in Polish, Lithuanian and Belarusian cuisine, but the Poles consider it a national dish. This is a very hearty and tasty stew dish made of a large number of ingredients - fresh and sauerkraut, various meats and sausages, tomatoes, honey, mushrooms, pepper, cumin, bay leaf, oregano, prunes and other components. Bigus may submit a plate or in a bread bun.




Greece: Souvlaki
Greece - a country with a few well-known all over the world dishes, such keftedes, moussaka or dzadzyki but souvlaki is usually considered the most famous Greek dish. This popular Greek "fast food" consists of small pieces of meat and sometimes vegetables on skewers. Usually made of pork souvlaki, although they can also use chicken or lamb. Serve skewers on pita bread with garnish and sauces or fried potatoes.




Italy: pizza
Pizza is known around the world, so it makes no sense to present to you this dish. Better to explain how there was a pizza margarita. According to legend, this pizza was invented in 1889 when Neapolitan Raffaele Esposito cooking pizza specially ordered to create in honor of the visit of Queen Margherita. Of the three pizzas cooked them chose the Queen, the ingredients of which dominated the national colors of Italy: red (tomatoes), green (basil) and white (mozzarella). Then this pizza and it was decided to name in honor of Queen Margherita.



Ireland: Irish stew
First recognized in 1800, Irish stew is the most popular dish in the country and the main item on the menu of any pub. Initially it was a thick broth with boiled mutton with onions, potatoes and parsley, but now often added to the dish and other vegetables.



USA: hamburger
As pizza or pasta, burgers eaten all over the world, but usually associated with this dish primarily the United States. The word "hamburger" came from the German word "Hamburg", where in the 19th century, many emigrated to America. July 27, 1900 American deli Louis Lessing in his hometown of New Haven sold the first hamburger.



Hungary goulash
Goulash was the national dish of Hungary in the late 1800s, when the Hungarians were looking for symbols of national unity in order to distinguish themselves from other peoples of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Later this hearty dish spread throughout Central Europe, Scandinavia and Southern Europe. Goulash is a soup or stew beef (sometimes veal, pork, venison or lamb) and vegetables, generously seasoned with pepper and other spices.



Israel: falafel
This dish is common not only in Israel, but also throughout the Middle East. This greatly fried balls or cakes of ground chickpea, garden beans, or both of the two. Usually served in pita bread or lafe. Falafel has become so popular that in some countries, "McDonald's" started serving MakFalafel.



Jamaica: acca and salted fish
Although this dish first appeared in Jamaica, it is also eaten in the UK, Canada and USA. To prepare this dish, salt cod cooked Passer acca (local tropical fruit), onions, tomatoes and spices. Usually served for breakfast or dinner with breadfruit bread dumplings or boiled green bananas. Often, dish wash coconut milk.



Austria: Wiener Schnitzel
It is very thin and heavily fried escalope of veal. Most popular Viennese and Austrian cuisine in general. Prepared from slightly chipped beef, slightly salted and get covered in flour, beaten eggs and bread crumbs. Traditionally this dish is served with potato salad, cucumber salad, potatoes with parsley, fries or chips and a slice of lemon.



South Korea: bulgogi
Translated as "fire meat." This is a typical South Korean dish that usually consists of grilled marinated beef. Marinade is a mixture of soy sauce, sesame oil, garlic, onion, ginger, sugar, wine and green onion, and sometimes fungi. Many restaurants in South Korea built a small set of tables for the barbecue, and the visitors themselves can fry the meat on the grill.



France: thin pancakes
Very thin sweet pancakes, usually made with white flour. Serve with a variety of fillings can be sweet (sugar, fruit jam, strawberries, maple syrup, etc.) and savory (cheese, ham, eggs, ratatouille, mushrooms, artichokes and various meat products). < br />


China: Peking Duck
The most famous dish of the capital of China and one of the most famous Chinese dishes in the world. Duck with crispy skin, served with green onions, cucumbers, sweet bean sauce and thin pancakes. Sometimes the main dish add a bowl of hot sauce - for example, Hoisin sauce.



Brazil: feijoada
The main ingredients of this hearty and delicious dishes - beans and fresh pork or beef. Prepare this dish of black beans, pork or beef of various products, such as bacon or smoked pork ribs, and at least two types of smoked sausage and beef jerky. Usually served with white rice and oranges - the latest aid digestion.



Ukraine: borsch
Popular in many countries of Eastern and Central Europe. Should you explain what that is? Foreigners describe it as thick and spicy soup with beetroot as the main ingredient. Almost always add beef or pork, and broth to use pieces of meat, potatoes and beets. Sometimes add carrots and peppers. Eat with bread.



Thailand: Thai noodles
Strongly fried rice noodles. She served in the restaurants, and you can buy from street stalls. Is moistened with water from the dry rice noodles, which are fried with eggs and minced tofu and spices used as a huge number of different ingredients: tamarind pulp, fish sauce, dried shrimp, garlic, shallots, chili, etc. Serve with lime wedges and chopped roasted peanuts. Depending on the region may also contain fresh shrimp, crab, chicken or other meats.



Czech Republic: tenderloin in cream
In the Czech Republic there is the eternal dispute that there is a national dish - tenderloin in cream or knuckle. Let it be the first. As is usually taken beef tenderloin, served with thick cream sauce and dumplings. Sometimes meals are served slices of lemon and cranberries.



Venezuela: AREP
These cakes of corn flour is sometimes considered as the national dish of Colombia. In different regions use different sizes, types of flour and other ingredients. For example, in eastern Venezuela Arepyev typically 7-20 cm in diameter and about 2 cm in thickness. Today, this dish makes a special electrical devices, which takes about 7 minutes (the usual method of cooking - 15-25 minutes).



Turkey kebabs
Kebab appeared on the streets of Turkey, where street vendors cut meat with a vertically suspended pieces. Traditionally used in kebab lamb, but depending on local preferences or religious prejudices, kebab you can also find beef, goat, chicken, pork or even fish. Usually served in pita bread or pita bread.



Singapore chilli crab
The main ingredient of this delicious seafood is, of course, crab. His fried in thickish, sweet and spicy sauce of tomatoes and chili. This dish even got into the list of "50 of the most delicious dishes in the world" at number 35.



Serbia: pleskavitsa
This Balkan dish made from different kinds of stuffing. Traditional Serbian pleskavitsa made from a mixture of lamb, pork or ground beef (sometimes veal), fried with onions and served on a plate with vegetables and side dishes - usually with fried potatoes or bread. Recently, this hearty and tasty dish beginning to gain popularity in other parts of Europe.



New Zealand: pie with bacon and eggs
This cake consists of bacon, eggs, onions, peas, tomatoes and cheese, so it's pretty high-calorie. Sometimes served with ketchup. Also, this dish is popular in neighboring Australia.



Belgium: Moules-Frites
Translated "mussels and fries." This dish appeared in Belgium and is considered here the national, but also popular in France and other Western European countries. Most unusual in Moules-Frites is its size. One serving of this dish per person in almost any restaurant in Belgium is 1, 5 kg! Mussels and fries are usually served in different dishes to the potatoes do not become too soft.



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