1. Koko na Nyama (Cameroon)
2. Sarma (Kosovo)
Vine or pickled cabbage leaves stuffed with a rice and minced meat filling are a staple in any Kosovo home. They're delicious to eat, fun to make, and, frankly, they just make sense.
3. Tamarind balls (St. Lucia)
4. Injera with meat and vegetables (Ethiopia)
5. Juanes (Peru)
6. Cha Tra Kuen (Cambodia)
Cha Tra Kuen, otherwise known as morning glory, is a favorite vegetable in Cambodia. Often stewed in oyster sauce, these greens aren't just tasty — they're loaded with vitamins too!
7. Laghman (Kyrgyz Republic)
8. Piri-piri prawns (Mozambique)
9. Gallo pinto (Costa Rica)
10. Buuz (Mongolia)
11. Pastilla (Morocco)
If you're in Morocco, you simply have to taste this incredibly unique Moroccan pastry. Both sweet and salty, its flaky pastry dough is filled with chicken, cinnamon, pistachios (or almonds), and a myriad of other fascinating ingredients.