10 Poutine from Canada Ingredients French fries

first_img10. Poutine from CanadaIngredients: French fries, thin meat gravy and cheese curd. The Candians have perfected the world’s best drunk food by drowing chips in gravy and gooey cheese. So wrong, but so right. Looking for a few new lunchbox recipes? How about snail soup or pickled herring?Take a peek at these pictures at some of the best on-the-go grub from around the world. WARNING: don’t scroll down if you’re prone to bouts of hanger or have a particularly weak stomach – it’s a mixed bag, but we’d love to hear what you think!1. Midye Dolma (stuffed mussels) from TurkeyIngredients: Mussels, rice, pine nuts, raisins, saly and pepper seasoning and parsley to garnish. Stuffed with the rice mixture, tied with string and boiled until all the liquid in the pot is gone. 3. Hollandse Nieuwe from the NetherlandsIngredients: Herring, vinegar or cider, sometimes mace and bay leaves, onion. The fish is preserved in brine or vinegar for about five days, traditionally in oak casks, and served either plain or with chopped up onion and pickles. 11. Arancini from ItalyIngredients: Rice, breadcrumbs, meat or tomato sauce, mozarella, peas. These fried rice balls, coated in breadcrumbs and stuffed with a variety of different ingredients, get their name from the Italian word for ‘orange’ _arancia, _because of their shape and colour.Read more: A taste of Italy – 5 regional food favourites 6. Burek (meat filled flaky pastry) from CroatiaIngredients: Filo pastry, cheese, meat or vegetables, often topped with sesame seeds. Believed to have come from Turkey during the age of the Ottoman Empire, today you can pick up a _burek _in many of the Balkan states.Read more: Top 10 things to do in Croatia 9. Acarajé from BrazilIngredients: Black-eyed peas, shrimp, chasews nuts, green and red tomatoes. Formed and fried, these bean patties are then spilt in half and stuffed with pastes made of seafood or nuts, before being dished up with a fresh side salad.Read more: **Top 10 things to do in Brazil** 7. Ghoulal (snail soup) from MoroccoIngredients: Snails, plus 15 different spices. Pick your snails from their shells with a toothpick and slurp down the spicy broth, which many Moroccans beileve aids digestion. 4. Chapulines (fried grasshoppers) from MexicoIngredients: Grasshoppers. The end. Mainly eaten in southwestern Mexico, in cities like Oaxaca.Read more: Top 8 things to do in Mexico Citycenter_img 5. Tang hu lu (candied fruit on a stick) from ChinaIngredients: Fruits, such as pineapple, strawberries, bananas and grapes, coated in sugar syrup, or chocolate sprinkles. These candied fruit kebabs originated in northern China but are now readily available across the country. 2. Jalebi (deep-fried sweet treats) from IndiaIngredients: Deep fried wheat flour, soaked in sugar. Not exactly one of your five-a-day, but great for satisying (or rotting) your sweet tooth.Read more: 5 unforgettable things to do in India 8. Quiche from FranceIngredients: Pastry, eggs, milk, cheese, cream and your choice of meat, fish or vegetables. Despite being one of France’s most famous to-go foods, quiche actually originates in Germany, before being passed on to the English as a type of custard tart in the fourteenth century.Read more: 14 fabulous places in France – in pictures RelatedFood in Florida: Top restaurants in OrlandoOrlando isn’t just about theme parks and thrill rides. These days, it’s known as Florida’s culinary capital, which is we why we’ve rounded up 10 of the city’s best restaurants for your perusal.12 places to go before you dietBefore you jump on the New Year diet wagon, feast your eyes on these top 12 places to gorge on gorgeous grub.5 once-in-a-lifetime things to do in Java’s YogyakartaYogyakarta is arguably a more important city than Jakarta when it comes to Java’s top tourist spots, with an intoxicating blend of ancient history and accomplished traditional arts that draws in thousands of travellers every year. Head to the cultural heart of Indonesia, with our guide to the best things… Hungry for more? See what’s on the menu in these foodie destinations:15 weirdest foods around the worldFrom chicken feet to tuna eyeballs: here are 15 weird foods to satisfy the most daring of palates.Top 10 weirdest food museums around the worldFrom spam to er, burnt food, we take a tour of the the world’s weirdest and most wonderful food museums.10 fantastic food and drink festivals around the worldForkin’ hell! Find out where to get your hands on some of the world’s tastiest grub.7 best food fights in the world ever!Come and have a go if you think you’re mad enough to get covered in tomatoes. Let’s get ready to rumble!Which food was your favourite? Is there a traditional dish we’ve got to try? Let us know in the comment box below!Skyscanner is the world’s travel search engine, helping your money go further on flights, hotels and car hire.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map 12. Takoyaki (octopus dumplings in batter) from JapanIngredients: Wheat flour batter, octopus, pickled ginger, green onion. Since vendor Tomekicki Endo first rustled up a batch of these tasty seafood snacks in the streets of Osaka in 1935, _takoyaki’s _popularity has spread across Japan.Read more: Top 9 things to do in Tokyolast_img

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