Have you ever found yourself with a long weekend and nothing to do? So, you have some free time, you are not feeling particularly lazy and like experimenting, than this list will bring to your attention 25 International foods that are beyond tasty. If you are up for this, let us begin!
#1 Chicken Paprikash (Hungary)
This dish is somewhat a Balkans special and it is really easy to make, plus there is basically nothing you can throw in to make it any less tasty. Just be careful not to burn it.
#2 Rice Porridge with Eggs (China)
This one is somewhat a healer dish that is easy to make and it will give you fast physical or mental healing you need.
#3 Shepherd’s Pie (United Kingdom)
If you are on a lookout for a perfect comfort food, than look no further. UK’s best is right here, and don’t get discouraged that some say it is a somewhat a handful to make.
#4 Caldo Verde (Portugal)
If you need a hot food that will pick you up after a hard day than this traditional Portuguese soup made with chorizo and kale is the stuff to pick.
#5 Tater Tot Casserole (U.S.A)
This is a neat food to have any time of day or month. It is easy to make and all you need is frozen tater tots, green onions, ground beef, shredded cheese, and cream of mushroom soup all mixed together and baked.
#6 Carne En Su Juego (Mexico)
Another food that can be mixed around, and just get more and more tasty. This time we have a Mexican special that is made with pieces of flank steak cooked in their juices to make a super flavorful broth. It’s all topped with anything from beans and bacon to onion and cilantro.
#7 Haluski (Poland)
If you are on a lookout for something quick, easy and cheap to make than Haluski is just for you. All you need is bacon, cabbage, onion, and egg noodles.
#8 Pork Adobo and Rice (Philippines)
Not complicated to make, but awesome tasting comfort food that comes from Philippines. The fine balance between a very tasty pork and neutral rice is what makes this very cool dish to try out.
#9 Chicken and Dumplings (U.S.A)
Now this food is probably the one that you go to when you need a little you time. Super familiar and easy to make, but the taste of it is out of this world.
#10 Baked Bean Bake (U.S.A)
You won’t believe just how the simplest foods come out to be the most awesome tasting ones. Take some sliced hot dogs and baked beans chuck them in a casserole bowl and stuck it into oven and bake until ready. Some also top it all with cornbread mix and bake it until cornbread is golden brown.
#11 Schnitzel with Gravy (Germany)
Germans are very familiar for their cars and beer, but they also have some tasty foods. This one is their typical comfort food and it is made with breaded, deep-fried meat — smothered in mushroom gravy.
#12 Clam Chowder (U.S.A)
Homemade clam chowder is easy to make and it is a huge treat. It is creamy, but light and so satisfying. This New England style clam chowder recipe is loaded with tender clams, silky potatoes and crunchy bacon.
#13 Matzo Ball Soup (Eastern Europe)
Jewish people swear that matzo ball soup has been the ultimate cure to anything. This is another cultural rendition of dumplings, and it is simple dough made of cracker (matzo) meal, eggs, fat, and a little water or broth.
#14 Sausage Mac ‘n’ Cheese (U.S.A)
If you really want to, cheaply, treat yourself to something truly awesome than this recipe is for you. All you need is Kraft Mac and Cheese with fried kielbasa sausage, but if I don’t have kielbasa, hot dogs are just fine.
#15 Scrambled Eggs and Beans (Mexico)
Mexicans are true king of utilizing food leftovers and combining them into something awesome like this. All you have to do is take refried beans and add scrambled eggs with homemade tortilla chips. Garnish it with whatever you like and it will still be great.
#16 Vetkoek (South Africa)
Awesome food that comes from South Africa and believe it or not it is so simple you will want to make it right now. This is basically a bread recipe that you can eat with curried mince or Nutella if you’re craving something sweet.
#17 Poutine (Canada)
Canadians are famous for their Maple syrup but there is something else delicious that comes from that region. Poutine is simple to make and tasty as you wouldn’t believe. All you need is some French fries in warm gravy with cheese curds.
#18 Pastina (U.S.A)
This is basically a tiny star-shaped pasta that you can make with butter and Parmesan cheese. It is simple, delicious and screams comfort food.
#19 Spätzle (Germany)
This recipe is basically a German take on Mac ’n’ Cheese but made in the most interesting way. These cheesy noodles will blow your mind.
#20 Pagash (Poland)
Pagash is Poland’s best known comfort food and it is made from dough stuffed with potatoes and cheese, and it’s served like pizza.
#21 Pilmeni (Russia)
This is Russian dumplings filled with beef, onions, salt, and pepper. It is easy to make and really tasty, and if you feel like to experiment try this with melted butter and ketchup.
#22 Loh Shi Fun (Malaysia)
This dish is clay pot noodles with ground beef or pork, cooked with soy sauce and topped with a raw egg. The hot noodles cook the egg as you mix it all up.
#23 Gumbo (U.S.A)
This is for my food lovers out there that don’t mind taking a few extra minutes to make good food that will make them feel fantastic. This Cajun dish takes a little time to prepare but if you are patient enough it will be worth it.
#24 Thit Kho (Vietnam)
This Vietnamese dish is super tasty and easy to make. It is made with marinated pork and boiled eggs braised in coconut milk. The taste is remarkable and out of this world.
#25 Pascualina (Uruguay)
Pascualina is basically a flaky spinach pie filled with cheese and boiled egg. You can fill it with whatever you like, but we recommend you try and fill it with shrimps. It’s delicious!