Must-Try Cuisines Around the World

Must-Try Cuisines Around the World

1.Masala Dosa, Butter paneer masala, Butter Chicken – India 

Masala Dosa – rice and black gram are ground together in a fine, smooth batter with a dash of salt and fermented. Dosas are traditionally served hot with chutney and, more recently, sambar.

Butter paneer, also known as paneer butter masala, is a rich and creamy curry made with paneer, spices, onions, tomatoes, cashews, and butter. The curry is cooked in butter which gives the dish its characteristic buttery flavour.

Butter chicken, also known as Murgh makhani in India, is a curry made with chicken and a spiced tomato and butter (Makhan) sauce. Its sauce is well-known for its creamy texture. In addition, the cream sometimes gives the curry sauce a silky smooth, rich texture.

2.Tom yum, Som tam – Thailand 

Tom yum is a Thai soup that is hot and sour and is typically made with shrimp. Tom yum originated in Thailand. The words “tom yam” are a combination of two Thai words. Tom is the process of boiling, whereas yam ‘mixed.’


Som Tam is a fiery spicy papaya salad that will set your taste buds ablaze! It has a wide variety of flavours and a perfect balance of spicy, sweet, sour, and salty! It’s both healthy and delicious!

3.Chicken Rice, Chili Crab – Singapore 

One of Singapore’s national dishes, chicken rice, excels due to its simplicity: poached chicken on white rice, served with soy sauce and a chilli garlic dip. The recipe and techniques for making chicken rice were brought to Singapore by Hainanese and Cantonese cultures.


Chilli crab is a Southeast Asian seafood dish. It is widely recognized as both Malaysian and Singaporean cuisine. Mud crabs are frequently used and stir-fried in a semi-thick, sweet, and savoury tomato-and-chilli-based sauce.

4.Buncha, Pho – Vietnam 

Bun cha is a grilled pork and noodle dish that is thought to have originated in Hanoi, Vietnam. Bun cha is a dish that has grilled fatty pork served over white rice noodles, herbs, and dipping sauce. Seasoned pork patties are served with rice noodles, fresh vegetables, and herbs in a broth.


Pho is a popular dish in Vietnam, served in homes, street stalls, and restaurants throughout the country. Pho is regarded as Vietnam’s national dish. Pho is a Vietnamese soup that is typically made with bone-beef broth, Banh pho noodles, and thinly sliced beef, and it is commonly served with bean sprouts and other fresh herbs on the side. Unlike Japanese ramen, which is wheat noodles, pho is made with rice noodles.

5.Sushi, Ramen – Japan

Sushi is a traditional Japanese dish consisting of prepared sticky rice, usually with some sugar and salt, preceded by a variety of ingredients such as raw seafood and vegetables. Sushi styles and presentation vary a lot, but one main ingredient is “sushi rice,” also known as shari or sumeshi.


Ramen is a Japanese soup noodle. It is made up of wheat noodles served in a broth made of meat or fish, flavoured with miso (soy sauce), and topped with sliced pork, nori, menma, and scallions. Among all the ramen, Hiroshima-Style Okonomiyaki and Ramen are the most flavorful.

6.Budae-jjigae, Kimchi – South Korea

Budae-jjigae, also known as spicy sausage stew, is a type of Korean stew made with ham, sausage, Spam, baked beans, kimchi, instant noodles, and gochujang (red chilli paste).


Kimchi is a traditional Korean side dish made from salted and fermented vegetables like napa cabbage and Korean radish. Seasonings such as gochugaru, spring onions, garlic, ginger, jeotgal, and others, are used. Kimchi can also be found in soups and stews.

7.Momo, Dal-bhat-tarkari – Nepal

Momo is a type of dumpling that is popular in Nepalese and Tibetan cuisines. Momo is a meat or vegetable-filled dumpling made of all-purpose flour. The dish, inspired by Tibetan dumplings, is a popular Nepali street food.


Dal-Bhat-Tarkari – Nepal’s Famous Staple Food Dal Bhat, the staple food of every Nepali household, is primarily rice served with lentil soup and vegetable curry or chicken (or meat). This is the most popular meal among Nepalese people because it is nutritious and wholesome.

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