1. Moussaka, Greece
The national dish of Greece, Moussaka is an eggplant- or potato-based dish, often including ground meat, in the Levant, with many local and regional variations. Many versions have a top layer made of milk-based sauce thickened with egg or flour.
2. Mahalabiya, Dubai
A refreshing pudding, Mahalabiya’s most standout flavours come from rosewater and pistachios. It tastes like an oasis in a desert. Perfect for the diner who wants a refreshing after-dinner treat that isn’t too sweet. Hmmm, yummy!
3. Fried Rice or Nasi Goreng, Indonesia
It’s a rice dish that has been fried in a skillet or frying pan and its usually mixed with ingredients such as eggs, vegetables, seafood, or meat. Originated in the era of the kingdom of Sriwijaya in10th century. In 2011, a poll held by the CNN placed the Fried Rice on the second rank in the list of ’50 most delicious Food in the World.
4. Waterzooi, Netherlands
Waterzooi is a real Flemish dish, one that has been called “a popular form of bourgeois cookery.” It is popular in Belgium and the Netherlands. This traditional Flemish chicken stew recipe is a meal in itself. This dish contains chicken, leeks, onion and celery, which is thickened by cream and egg yolks.
5. Feijoada, Brazil
Feijoada (pronounced fay-ZWAH-da) is a delicious stew of pork and black beans that are traditionally served over rice with fresh orange slices. The rich, smoky stew is then served with rice, sautéed collard greens or kale, orange slices and topped with toasted cassava flour (farofa).
6. Bakalar S Krumpirom, Croatia
Bakalar s krumpirom, or dried cod with potatoes, is a typical Croatian Christmas dish enjoyed near the coast.
7. Pastéis de nata , Portugal
Pastel de nata, is a Portuguese egg tart pastry, originally from Portugal which can also be found in Brazil and other countries with significant Portuguese immigrant populations