Famous Food Around the World

Khamis, September 03, 2015

                   Travelling around the world will give you the best experience in tasting , and eating food from other country that could be really different with what we always eat. No matter where we go, every different places have their own specialties. We have to try it since we are in other country and we could not have the chance to it in our country anymore. But, remember for Muslims, please take a good care with 'Halal' and 'Haram' even though we are to eager to try their famous food. We still need to put boundaries. Near to Malaysia, in Thailand, they have 'somtam', this food are very well known there. It is a kind of salad, pound garlic and chilies with mortar and pestle. They put in tamarind juice, fish sauce, peanut, dried shrimp, tomato, lime juice and also the main ingredients, grated papaya. It surely have spicy and tangy taste. In Singapore, you can try the famous chili crab which will give the experience of spicy, sloppy and meaty in one food. Having a platter of chili crab with mini mantou buns is the best. While in Hong Kong, "Like many classic dishes, the Hong Kong egg tart marries two contrasting textures: crusty, flaky pastry and jiggly, trembling custard", (Travel CNN, July 21, 2011). It it the best to eat hot from the oven, that is the best taste of Hong Kong egg tart.


Singapore Chili Crab

Hong Kong Egg Tart

               Meanwhile in Mexico, there are few famous street foods. One of it is Tacos Al Pastor, originally brought from Lebanese people who emigrated to Mexico. In the tacos, there are meat, which marinated in dried chilies, spices and also pineapple before being cooked. " Sliced off the spit like shawarma, the tender meat is then served on small tortillas with onions, cilantro, and, in some cases, a tiny bit of pineapple; lime juice and hot salsa are popular toppings." (HuffPost Taste, July,1, 2015). The next famous food is bulgogi. Bulgogi can be found in Korea, it is a dish of thinly sliced meat in a mixture of soy sauce, sesame oil, garlic, onions, ginger, sugar, wine and then grilled it. They usually eat it by wrapping the grilled meat in lettuce together with kimchi. 

Tacos Al Pastor

Korean bulgogi

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