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I stress, these dishes aren't official as there may be many dishes associated with one country.
Grated potatoes shaped into rounds or patties.
Many non-Spaniards view it as Spain's national dish, but most Spaniards consider it to be a regional Valencian dish.
Flat, pan-fried dumplings of minced meat, often likened to the Danish version of meatballs.
Traditionally simmered in a sheep's stomach for approximately three hours.
A soup of Slavic origins made with beetroot as the main ingredient.
It usually consists of large pieces of meat and vegetables served in a broth.
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Made of the same nut as bounty.
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
When cooked the taste is described as potato-like, or similar to fresh-baked bread (hence the name).
The term originated from diners saying they wanted to be served like married men.
Traditionally, cornflour and steamed fish served on Fridays at homes across Barbados and local food establishments.
The name of a technique for cooking cuts of meat, usually consisting of beef alongside various other meats, which are cooked on a grill (parrilla) or open fire.
Is composed of chunks of raw fish, marinated in lime or bitter orange juice (naranja agria), sliced onion, chili, salt and pepper.
A stewed meat dish, strongly flavored with cinnamon, hot peppers, and Cassareep - a special sauce made from the Cassava root.
The name of a sandwich-style national dish in Uruguay, and consists primarily of a thin slice of churrasco beef.
Literally meaning 'Paraguayan soup, it is a spongy cake rich in caloric and protein content.
A thick paste usually made by boiling starchy root vegetables in water and pounding with a mortar and pestle.
Gambian Peanut Butter Stew.
It consists of a base of rice, brown lentils, chickpeas, macaroni, and a topping of Egyptian garlic and vinegar and spicy tomato sauce (salsa).
A well-known Libyan dish made by stuffing the entrails of animals with rice, parsley, meat and pluck after going through an intensive cleaning
It is considered iconic in Australia.
A meringue-based dessert named after a Russian ballet dancer.
It is made by mixing measured amounts of fish and brine left to ferment from between 10 to 12 months.
Literally meaning 'fried rice' in Indonesian and Malay.
A sweet or sour alcoholic paste and can be used directly as a food or in traditional recipes.
A dessert served during auspicious occasions and during important festivals such as Holi, Padwa, Ugadi in Maharashtra, Gujarat & South India.
Sliced raw fish alone is called sashimi.
A type of meat salad. It is most often made with chicken, beef, duck, turkey, pork or even fish, flavored with fish sauce and lime juice and leaves.
A dish in which a grain, such as rice or cracked wheat, is browned in oil, and then cooked in a seasoned broth.
A traditional Iraqi dish, it is an open cut fish grilled and spiced with salt, pepper and tamarind. While keeping the skin on, it is then brushed with olive oil.
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