Top 10 Best Street Foods Round the Globe



Top 10 Best Street Foods Round the Globe


 

We all love to wear the perfect attire and dine out in a fabulous restaurant in the weekends. While it is certainly enjoyable to sip wine and head on to your main course after finishing appetizer, we must not forget some of the world’s most delicious treats that we can get just round the corners of the streets! Yes, I am talking about those yummy Filipino’s Halo Halo, India’s Bhel puri, Singapore’s Chilli crab and many more street foods that you can get for only a few pence the minute you step out of your home. The street foods are served in endless amounts and at reasonable prices. Not only it makes it easy and convenient for you to purchase these foods on your run to office or school, but it actually gives you the opportunity to taste the most mouth watering treats of all time and leaves you wanting for more. Here is a guide to the world’s best street foods out there which is a must to taste!

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It is known that during the ancient Roman times, Italians enjoyed confectioneries made of snow or ice. This frozen treat is made up of milk, cream and sugar and tastes absolutely delicious. These fresh and high quality gelatos has 4 to 8 percent of butterfat compared to 14 percent for ice cream in the United States and comes in variety of mouth wa...

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9.  Bubble Tea, Taiwan

Taiwanese tea-based drink evolved in the 1980s, known as bubble tea. Today it is largely seen on the street of Taiwan and enjoyed as a special street food of the region. Most bubble tea recipes contain a tea base mixed with fruit or milk. Ice-blended versions are usually mixed with fruit or syrup, which gives you a slushy and sweet flavor.

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8.  Halo Halo, Philippines

The best Filipino mixed fruit dessert in seen on the streets of Philippines and is called Halo Halo. This special treat comes in layers of red beans and cocoa to fresh fruit, followed by a healthy scoop of shaved ice. This is covered with another layer of evaporated milk, leche flan, ube(purple yam) ice cream, caramelized plantains, and coconut. Th...

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7.  Bhel Puri, India

Bhel Puri, a low fat, nutritious and simply delicious streetfood is very famous in India. A Bhel puri recipe consists of puffed rice, potatoes, onion, tomatoes , chillies and chutney. It actually gives a spicy and yummy flavor which simply leaves you begging for more. On the streets of India, large number of people is seen standing near the Bhel p...

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6.  Bunny Chow, South Africa

The spicy South African dish, Bunny Chow is traditionally made with mutton, chicken, mince, lamb or kidney beans. The loaf holds the saucy filling and the bread from the centre is placed on top to keep the curry warm and can be used to scoop other parts of the dish. Bunny Chow is quite a filling street food and can actually leave your stomach fill...

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5.  Tostadas, Mexico

The Tostadas are served in the streets of Mexico as a local dish made up of fried tortillas topped with beans, cheese, sour cream, chopped lettuce, sliced onions, and salsa. On top of it a layer of diced and fried meat, usually chicken or pork, is laid out. This dish often serves as an excellent appetizer and is seen as quite a delicious food by th...

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4.  Churros, Spain

This Spanish dessert evolved by the Spanish shepherds of old times. Sweet Churros are often enjoyed as dessert or snack and serve as wonderful breakfast treats. The Churros is rolled in sugar and is now being made in many parts of the world. This treat is so popular in Spain that it is seen as a national symbol of the country and its sweet delicacy...

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3.  Chilli Crab, Singapore

In the 1950s, Cher Yam Tian started selling spicy crab from a street cart. From then onwards it became a famous street food of Singapore, known as Chilli crab. One serving of chilli crab consists of a whole crab in a sweet and sour sauce of tomatoe , chilli and egg and is sold in countless hawker centres. If you are paying a visit to Singapore then...

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2.  Pulled Pork, USA

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1.  Fuchka, Bangladesh

A classic Bangladeshi street food, known as fuchka, is famous for its absolutely delicious taste! Push-cart sellers of fuchkas are said to have their own secret recipe of making fuchka which causes this special treat to be the best around the world. Crispy and spicy fuchka is served with a sweet and sour tarmarind and makes way for a low fat, healt...

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