Want to roam around the world of utter deliciousness?? Here are some of the delicious and yummy street foods which every traveler must try it once. These street foods will not only fill your bowl but will also feed your soul.
This Peruvian dish is made from meat marinated in a special ají panca (hot red pepper) sauce, skewered on a cane stick and then grilled. The skewered heart anticucho is considered one of the most traditional and popular dishes in some South American countries– in Peruvian and Bolivian cuisine.
Jerk chicken, Jamaica
In this dish, the chicken on the bone is slathered in a marinade of allspice, thyme, scotch bonnet chilies, ginger, and spring onions. The meat is left overnight to absorb the flavors before being grilled over pimento wood.
Chilli crab, Singapore
Chilli crab is a seafood dish in which stir-fried crab is coated with sweet, savory and spicy tomato-based sauce. This dish is accompanied by steam or deep fried buns.
Banana Cue, Philippines
Banana cue or banana kyu is a popular snack in the Philippines. A banana cue is simply made from cardaba or saba bananas, a kind of banana that grows in many tropical Asian countries like the Philippines, rolled in brown sugar and then deep fried. The bananas are deep fried and coated in caramelized brown sugar before being skewered on bamboo sticks.
Chapli Kebab, Pakistan
Chapli kebab is a form of kebabs widely popular in Pakistan. Mixed together with a South Asian blend of spices, the beef is flattened into circles and shallow-fried. Ingredients such as wheat flour, eggs, onions, tomatoes, ginger, coriander, green chilies, and spices such as garam masala and chili powder are mixed in with raw minced meat before being molded into a round shape.
Gelato is a creamy, almost eggnog-like flavor that’s sweetened with marsala wine ice cream. This ice cream is less fatty and slightly softer which is strictly made of highest quality milk, organic eggs, and seasonal ingredients (lemons from Amalfi, hazelnuts from Piedmont) for intense and authentic flavors.
Bhel Puri, India
Bhel Puri is a popular snack made out of puffed rice, red onion, tamarind chutney, and chaat masala that originated from street food stands in Mumbai.
Commonly called “octopus balls” in English is an essential food of summer festivals in Japan. They are the round balls of fluffy dough that are smothered with a special savory takoyaki sauce and have a tasty piece of octopus meat at the center.
Ta’amiya is all-time favorite street food in most parts of the Middle East. It is made with ground chickpeas. However, in Egypt, it is made with dried fava beans.
Vada Pav, India
A spicy, deep-fried potato patty stuffed into a bread bun, is a street food staple across India. A boiled and mashed potato is mixed with spices such as green chili, garlic, turmeric, and mustard seeds, and then coated in a gram flour batter before being deep fried and then put on a Bun. This is how a Vada Pav is made.