5 Best Street Food From Around the World

Let’s take a look at some of the most popular street food from around the world.

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Most popular street food from around the world. FILE PHOTO

Street food is one of the best ways to experience the unique culture of a region. The food is made by locals, it is cheap and it is always delicious.

Let’s take a look at some of the most popular street food from around the world.

Empanadas – Argentina

You can find empanadas around the world, from small delis to fancy gastropubs. But for the tastiest, most authentic empanadas, you have to go to Argentina. These stuffed pastries are usually delicious, filled with beef or chicken, but they also come in a variety of desserts. 

If you’re a spice-lover, head to Northwest Argentina, where they serve empanadas with hot sauce.

Takoyaki – Japan

These little balls of octopus covered in the dough are perfect for some window shopping on the streets of Tokyo. But it’s even more fun to see professionals making these snacks. Watch the Takoyaki balls flip into their molds as they cook. 

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A small plate of 6 takoyaki is enough to satisfy your preferences and hold you until your next meal.

Dumplings – China

They say that the dumplings that Marco Polo tasted in China were so delicious that they had to be brought back to Italy. In modern China, dumplings are usually handmade at home and sold on the street for a few dollars. 

Each region of China wraps the cheeses in their way and eats them with their special sauce. If you ever find yourself in a night market in China, make sure you get a taste of local dumplings.

Arepa – Colombia

South America’s tasty venues have certainly made a name for themselves in New York City’s street fairs. This fried cornmeal has a sweet flavor that is balanced with a tasty cheese or egg filling. 

Like Chinese dumplings, each region of Colombia has its unique variation on the arepa.

Ceviche – Ecuador

Did you know that fish can be cooked with acid instead of heat? This is the key to ceviche. This easy-to-prepare dish includes marinating seafood with lime juice. Ecuador is famous for its shrimp ceviche, but if you are in South America, try this refreshing flavor in every country. 

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Like many of the treats on this list, every community takes this bad street food.

Source: Lifestyleug.com

Musasi Isaac Christopher

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