7. Thai Curry – Thai
Another popular dish often appreciated in restaurants, Thai curry is a creamy, fluffy curry made with a special paste, coconut milk, meat, seafood, vegetables and herbs. There are three popular variants of this curry, each depending on the variation of the dough used in the curry – green Thai curry, red Thai curry and yellow Thai curry.
8. Bibimbap – Korean
The name bibimbap is broken down into the Korean words “bibim” meaning mixture of rice and “bap” referring to the name used for rice. This hot Korean rice dish is mostly served with sautéed vegetables, kimchi, gochujang (chili paste), soy sauce, eggs and slices of meat. This hot dish is carefully mixed before being eaten.
9. Irish Stew – Irish
The essence of comfort food, traditional Irish stew requires only a few ingredients: meat, onions and potatoes, with salt and pepper. In the south of Ireland, carrots are added, and some cooks go so far as to add turnips, parsnips or rutabaga. From parsley egg a sprig of thyme can enter the casserole. For a real Irish stew, say the sticklers, you must use sheep.
02. Pho – Vietnamese
Considered the national dish of Vietnam, pho is a Vietnamese soup made from broth, rice noodles, herbs and meat. Pronounced ‘Fuh’ and not ‘Foe’, it is a real hit on Vietnamese streets and is popular for lunch and dinner.
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