Today, I would like to introduce to you the top 6 food that I have eaten once during my travels and left a deep impression on you.
Think of those delicacies that you have traveled thousands of miles to taste, the wonderful flavors penetrate deep into the bone marrow and become a precious tourist souvenir. Think of the amazing snacks, desserts and appetizers that make you learn more about local customs. Let’s have a wonderful date with food and start a journey on the tip of the tongue.
01 Ceviche food
Who wants to cook on fire if you have sour oranges on hand? Ceviche is a Central and Southern American delicacy, sashimi mixed with ceviche, served with some onions and cilantro, and sprinkled with salt and pepper.
The ingredients of the whole dish are perfectly matched. The freshly salvaged live fish is extremely delicious, and it has a delicious taste when paired with sour orange juice. Different countries cook this dish slightly differently, so you may visit many countries before trying your favorite flavor.
Bibimbap is a veritable basket of dishes in Korean kitchens with complex ingredients, and it tastes so delicious. Delicately serve a variety of meats and vegetables on top of a bowl of steaming white rice.
Drizzle with various sauces and chili sauces, mix and stir well, each bite will taste different. Or, it is even more exciting to use a hot stone pot to cook this dish, and the part of the rice that is adjacent to the stone pot is grilled to a golden brown and crispy, which makes the index finger move.
03 Chickpea Muffins
Among the variety of breads in countries around the world, Indian chickpea muffins come out on top. This rough, crunchy bread is popular with people who love fried foods. Paired with the muffins is chickpea curry, a classic combination that is rich and addictive.
Some restaurants make muffins in different flavors, such as with sweet and sour sauce, or with lime juice, or with some dill pickles on the side.
04 Butter Tart
Ontario’s beloved butter tarts have their own signature, food trails and festivals. Butter tarts in Canada are somewhere between an English syrup pudding and a French syrup tart. Combine butter, sugar, juice, eggs, and some raisin nuts in a thin puff pastry and bake.
The rich flavors tantalize your taste buds, never tire, as if indulged in body and mind, making you come to Canada again and again just to taste this palate satisfaction.
05 Miang Kham
Miyankan is a popular street food and potluck snack in Thailand and Laos. It is sour, sweet, spicy, and salty. Every bite of the food has a variety of flavors that hit your taste buds.
Stack some finely chopped ginger, coconut meat, peanuts, lime and dried shrimp on the green leaves (cabbage, spinach, or a local peppercorn leaf), and sprinkle evenly with a sweet and spicy sauce. Roll up the cabbage leaves, a honey Yankan is ready, can’t wait for your taste.
When we talk about tacos, it’s not the fried stuff with lettuce, tomato, and cheese, but the real traditional tacos, available on the streets of Mexico or anywhere else The kind of taco that arrives.
Homemade tortilla wraps topped with minced meat, onions, and cilantro, and topped with lime juice, are simple, easy to make, and in moderate portions. It’s an easy food to overlook. But it embodies the simple but not simple wisdom. Only you can taste the wonderful taste of it yourself.