An amazing bonus of exploring the globe is the food you get to try. Unlike the familiar tastes of home, exotic dishes from around the globe are like unwrapping a new present. Except, you're doing it with your tastebuds and it's in your mouth. Today, we're discovering 6 incredibly delicious dishes from around the world that you've probably never heard of before. If you are planning a trip, don't miss out on them.
1. Pasteis De Nata, Portugal
One of Portugal's most famous exports to the world (second only to Cristiano Ronaldo) is a delicious dish called Pasteis De Nata. Essentially, it is a small egg tart filled with creamy egg custard in a shell of crisp pastry. They are commonly known as Portuguese egg tarts.
2. Pho, Vietnam
Now this right here is the Vietnamese version of comfort food. It is a simple Vietnamese soup comprising of broth, rice noodles, a handful of herbs and meat like chicken or lamb. Its cosy warmth and delightfully simple flavours are what make pho so special.
3. Lahpet Thoke, Myanmar
This Burmese specialty is a salad-like snack made from pickled tea leaves, roasted peanuts, beans, sesame seeds, fried garlic and shrimp if needed. The ingredients are served in separate piles so that different flavour combinations can be eaten. This just goes to show you that all tea doesn't belong in a kettle.
4. Bulgogi, Korea
Korea is home to many delectable eats and one of them is Bulgogi. Its name roughly translates to 'fire meat' and consists of well-marinated fine cuts of steak which are roasted or pan-fried. Once cooked, the meat is served with a side like glass noodles, rice or leafy vegetables as a Korean form of barbequed meat.
5. Chilaquiles, Mexico
Straight from Mexico is yet another of their glorious dishes called Chilaquiles. It is made of layered tortillas, salsa, pulled meat, cream, cheese sauce and avocado slices. Additions like beans and a fried egg are added as per taste. Mexican food, you have our hearts.
6. Langos, HungaryComments
Combining all the good things in life is a Hungarian dish called Langos. It is made with a base of roasted or deep-fried dough topped with sour cream and grated cheese. Simple but who really needs anything else when you've got bread and cheese.
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