The Best Foods to Eat in Each Country

By Dickson Osas

We have spent many hours drooling over all the must-try foods, whether your goal is to visit every country in the world or merely to sample the dish each country considers its national cuisine.

While some regions have tried-and-true recipes derived from restricted resources, others have cuisine inspired by explorers, colonists, and expatriates. You might be surprised to learn that your likes are shared by people from all over the world: comfort food is a common bond.

There are numerous countries to visit, so we’ll go right into our list of the best food in each and every country on Earth.

List of 10 Best Food To Eat

Here is a list of the 10 best foods to eat in every country

  • Indonesia- Nasi Goreng 
  • Pakistan : (Nihari)
  • Mexico: Chilaquiles
  • Nigeria: Jollof Rice
  • Sushi – Japanese
  • Paella – Spanish
  • Thai curry- Thai
  • Irish stew -Irish
  • Turkish Doner Kebab-Turkey
  • Greek Gyro – Greece

1. Indonesia- Nasi Goreng 

Nasi goreng is comparable to fried rice dishes seen throughout Asia, but is thicker and more sugary. Pickled cucumbers, acar, and carrots are drizzled over the rice, and the soy sauce used is more like ketchup than anything else (kecap).

Adding a fried egg, which is tasty, is a common thing to do.

2. Pakistan  : (Nihari)

Why do people all over the world like stews so much? Many countries and regions around the world serve stews like the first one on our list. Stews are comfort foods throughout Africa, Asia, South America, North America, Europe, and Australia because they are simple to prepare and contain various ingredients.

In Pakistan, nihari, a shank meat stew made with lamb, mutton, goat, chicken, or beef, masala, ginger, fennel, and onions, is wildly popular. It is a beef-based dish that is a must-try when travelling to an Asian country.

3. Nigeria: Jollof Rice

Particularly popular in Asia, the Middle East, and portions of Africa are rice-based cuisines. Jollof is a classic African dish that can be made in just one pot. It is done differently in each country. It is delicious wherever you try it.

In Nigeria, rice is combined with tomatoes, tomato paste, onions, and beef or goat meat to create a flavorful dish.

4. Mexico: Chilaquiles

Popular corn tortilla meals include chilaquiles, which feature fried corn tortillas cooked in salsa. This meal is garnished with queso fresco or crème Fraiche. It can be prepared with either red or green salsa, and avocado chunks are sometimes included. Its colors match those of the Mexican flag!

5. Sushi – Japanese

This traditional Japanese dish has gotten a great deal of attention over the past decade, becoming a global delicacy. Traditional sushi consists of raw fish and veggies wrapped in vinegared rice. This cold, savory delight is distinguished from other popular dishes by its distinctive sour flavor.

6. Paella – Spanish

This one-pot rice dish is known as “paella” after the pan in which it is made. Paella is made by patiently boiling rice, vegetables, fish, and seasonings until they attain a tasty consistency. The main difference between this rice dish and the Indian classics khichdi and pulao is that the Spanish recipe adds meat. 

7. Thai curry- Thai

Thai curry is a creamy, mellow curry made with a special paste, coconut milk, meat, seafood, vegetables, and herbs. It is a popular restaurant dish. There are three common varieties of this curry, each based on a different curry paste: green Thai curry, red Thai curry, and yellow Thai curry.

8. Irish stew -Irish

Irish stew is the best food for comfort, and you only need a few things to make it: Salt, pepper, beef, onions, potatoes, and salt. Some cooks dare to add turnips, parsnips, or rutabaga in the south of Ireland. Additionally, parsley or thyme may be added to the pot. For an authentic Irish stew, purists insist that you must use lamb.

9. Turkish Doner Kebab-Turkey

Doner kebabs are a famous street food in Turkey that can now be found all over the world.

Kebab is one of the most popular dishes in the world. Doner Kebabs are made with marinated and grilled mutton or lamb and served on Turkish pide bread (or sometimes beef or chicken). Turkish kebab is probably one of the world’s most popular foods!

10. Greek Gyro – Greece

Greece’s national dish is the gyro. The term gyro or o means “turn.”

The Greek Gyro is comparable to the Middle Eastern shawarma and the Turkish doner kebab. Unlike kebab and shawarma, which are often made with beef or lamb, traditional Greek gyros are made with pork and chicken.

Final Verdict

It is difficult to determine what the best food in the world is and which countries have the best cuisines in the world. It is possible that the ranking of countries with the best food in the world is completely skewed.

There are numerous cuisines throughout the world, each with distinct flavors and cooking techniques. Each culture and cuisine has its own meals and cooking techniques to satisfy a variety of preferences.

 So in this article, we describe a list of the 10 best foods to eat.