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Popular Global Cuisine, Food Dishes from Around The World-Part 3

Poutine 

 Poutine, originated in Quebec has existed since the years 1950. Poutine is French fries with a cheese and topping of meat and spicy sauces. With the average price of $7, you can feel eating this delicious food.

http://www.canadianliving.com/food/lunch-and-dinner/recipe/the-ultimate-poutine

Split Pea Soup

History records to commemorate the 400 years of colonial France to Canada led by Samuel de Champlain, one of the chefs from Ottawa Marc Miron was inspired to find out what foods made by Samuel de Champlain with the crew. Until Marc Miron to know that that made is a Soup Pea. If you go to Canada there is a restaurant that will make Split Pea Soup which Miron’s Habitant Pea Soup

http://www.foodnetwork.ca/recipe/quebecois-style-pea-soup/19569/

Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte, German

Who does not know the Blackforest cake? Yup the Cake Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte is very famous in the world.  Godesberg found this recipe in 1915.




https://foodlovin.de/schwarzwaelder-kirschtorte/

Penang Ayam Laksa, Malaysia

Penang Ayam Laksa is made of Mackerel, tamarind, chili, pineapple, and spices other.

https://www.makanajib.com/resep-penang-assam-laksa-nikmat/

Green Curry, Thailand

Green curry or Kaeng Khiou Wan a Thailand favourite food is made from fish or meat, Even fish balls are mixed by eggplant, basil, brown sugar to give a sweet taste, curry spice, vegetables and pineapple.

https://www.pickledplum.com/recipe/thai-green-curry-recipe/%20

 

Balut Egg, Filipina

Every culture has a culinary speciality that raises the eyebrows—if not the gorges—of people from other cultures. Scots have haggis. Swedes have surströmming. Filipinos have balut, a hard-boiled duck egg. It sounds innocent enough until you find out the egg is fertilized and allowed to develop from 16 to 20 days before it’s cooked.

http://tanglednoodle.blogspot.com/2011/03/cracking-shell-balut-revealed.html

Bircherműesli, Swiss

It is the creation of Maximilian Bircher-Benner, a Swiss doctor and nutritionist,Dr. Maximilian Bircher-Benner created this traditional food in 1897 .

http://laurencariscooks.com/vegan-bircher-muesli/

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