5 Must Try Street Foods From Around The World

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Jilebi (India)

He that has never tasted street food thinks that his mother is the only good cook in the world.

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Jilebi (India)

Although the comparison between the Street Foods and mother’s food might feel like a bit over the top for some, the quote above is certainly true to an extent. No matter how much you eat from the big expensive restaurants out there, once you get hooked up with street food, you are definetly in for a ride. There are a lot of Street Foods from around the world worth your precious time and we take a look at some of the best ones.

Poke (Hawaii)

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Poke (Hawaii)

Hawaii has an array of incredible street foods at its disposal and Poke is arguably the best one. Tuna, sesame oil, Soy sauce and all the other regular spices make a mouthwatering dish that is worth your time when you are visiting Hawaii.

Jilebi (India)

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Jilebi (India)

Now, it is pretty hard to just include one Indian dish in the list. India has so many Street Foods, that we could make an entire dedicated list for them. As far as Jilebi is concerned, it is so good that is should be synonymous to ‘sweet magic’ in the dictionary.

Bibim Guksu (South Korea)

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Bibim Guksu (South Korea)

Bibim Guksu is a noodle dish for the summer. Mainly found in South Korea, the noodles is usually served cold and is flavored with some good spicy red pepper sauce which also has a pinch of sweetness in it.

Salteñas (Bolivia)

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Salteñas (Bolivia)

Saltenas is basically a baked pastry. The savory dish has good crush and a tasty filling which could consist of ingredients like spices, sweeteners and even some healthy beef stew.

Samoosas (South Africa)

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Samoosas (South Africa)

We might be familiar with the Eastern version of Samosas but have you heard about the African version? The Samoosas from South Africa are known for their rich flavors and is considered to be better than the ones we get in the East.

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