It's originaly from Austria, although there are variations in many countries.
It's a thin piece of beef or lamb that's covered with breadcrumbs and fried with clarified butter. It's actually the national dish of Austria!
In Argentina (and Uruguay)!
Or you can have a variation on this delicious dish called "suadero" or "falda" in Mexico.
It's considered the national dish of Belgium by some.
It's just a heaping bowl of mussels and a big ol' basket of fries. Delicious.
Coxinha is a Brazilian dish (born right in São Paolo) and it's like a croquette, but usually with breaded chicken that's been deep fried.
Kimchi is a Korean dish!
And its preparation is different based on both region and season.
Pabellón criollo is a Venezuelan dish.
It's made with white rice, shredded beef, black beans, and fried plantains.
It's a Scottish dish, and oh boy, is it a doozy.
It is not a simple dish! You combine the lungs, stomach, liver, and heart from a lamb or sheep, and then mix it up with onion, oat flour, herbs, and spices. Then it's stuffed in a casing made of the animal's stomach and cooked for several hours.
Poutine is from Quebec
It's french fries covered in gravy and cheese curds. Yum!
Currywurst is a German street food.
It was first served in 1949. It's sliced sausage with tomato sauce and curry powder. It's usually eaten with bread or french fries.
This puff pastry is made of filo dough stuffed with onions, chicken (or pigeon meat), parsley, and almonds. It's eaten in Morocco, where it's also known as pastela or bastilla.
You'd have to go to Iceland.
Hákarl is basically seasoned shark meat that's buried in the ground and cured for months before serving.
Phở comes from Vietnam.
Phở is a soup dish with rice noodles and a delicious meat broth.
This post was translated from Spanish.