Bai Sach Chrouk is one of Cambodia’s most popular breakfast dishes. Normally, pork marinated in garlic, soy, and coconut milk is slowly grilled over charcoal, where it becomes smoky and caramelized. It is often accompanied by pickled vegetables (locally called Chirowa).
Nasi campur is a plate of rice topped with a stunning variety of different side dishes at cheap prices. Indonesia has since expanded the popularity of the dish, with stalls dedicated solely to producing a customized Nasi Campur for each customer. The term “nasi” translated as “rice”, while “campur” —pronounced cham-poor— means “to mix”.
Pie is indispensable food in the UK related countries. From chicken pie to meat pie, there’s a pie to suit many tastes.
The Fish and Chips became so common that it came to be considered one of the national cuisine in New Zealand. The best recipe goes with crispy golden batter. it is served with vinegar.
“Rice and Curry” are the staple food in Sri Lanka. Sri Lankan food is generally spicy. A typical Sri Lankan meal consists of a “main curry” (fish, chicken or meat) as well as several other curries made with vegetable and lentils. Side-dishes include pickles, chutneys and sambols which can sometimes be fiery hot.
Koshari is an ancient Coptic Christian dish that traditionally is prepared and eaten during periods of fasting when animal products are not allowed. It is a simple dish of rice, lentils, macaroni and chickpeas cooked separately and then served together in layers. It is topped with crisp brown onions and served with a tangy tomato sauce and vinegar.
“Tajine” is a sort of stew from Morocco and is both the name of the dish and of the particularly shaped pot. Essentially, a Tajine is a stew that can feature any number of vegetables with an any meat that is slowly cooked in a sauce. Popular ingredients include chicken, mutton, chickpea, carrot, onion and olives.
Sopa de feijão, literally means “Beans soup”, is a delicious and nutritious dish, usually made with beans, onion, tomato and short pasta. It is a local example of a traditional Portuguese soup, very well known in the Brazil, Angola and Mozambique. Portugal has a strong tradition in preparing and enjoying soups.
Tchouk(Choukachou, pronounced cho-ku-tu) is the local millet beer which is brewed locally in Benin. What was kept in calabash with ice and served with sugar and lemon tasted like Coca-cola.
Ginger beer both tastes good and is good for health. This beverage is usually made from fresh ginger and pineapple in a plastic bucket with a top and serve it at special occasions like weddings and parties. Although ginger in English is “Gingembre” in French, its pronunciation in Burkina faso was like “Gingem”.
The cuisine of Vanuatu include beef in many occasion. One of the factors that influences the evolution of food is Chinese ingredients such as soy sauce. “Soup meat” is a dish like Chop suey (Chinese influenced fried meat and vegetable) that cooked a little bit soupy.
Meghle(Meghli) is an authentic and traditional Lebanese rice pudding made from rice flour, sugar and cinnamon. It is served on special occasions such as a birth of baby.
“Pīrādziņi Speķa” literally means “mini bacon patties” in Latvian. These small bacon and onion pies are a Latvian both festive and common staple.
“Phở” in Vietnam means rice noodle soup and “Bò Kho” does beef stew. Each bowl is typically accompanied by a bed of flesh vegetables.
Lamb is a staple in cuisines throughout New Zealand as well as beef. NZ has become one of the largest exporters of lamb-based meat products.
Sweetpotato, or “kau kau” as it is called locally, is a key staple in PNG. Lamb flaps are cuts of meat from the belly of sheep, and are both cheap and fatty.
Even though Kentucky is not exist in Tonga, Tongan call fried chikens as “Kentucky” or “Kenitaki” in Tongan.
Palusami is a baking dish from Samoa made with Talo leaves wrapped around coconut milk.
Kava, also known by its Fijian name Yaqona (pron: Yang-gona), is an indigenous plant that has been long used by Pacific Island cultures for its pleasant relaxation effect.
Pilhi is a kind of baked cakes made from bananas. Since the majority of Pitcairn descendants live in Norfolk Island, their traditional foods include pilhi.