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6 Spicy Foods From Around The World

6 Spicy Foods From Around The World

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Always looking for something spicy instead of something sweet? Then you’ve stumbled upon the right place because we bring you six of the world’s spiciest food!

 

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#1 Bibimap With Kimchi, South Korea

Sautéed vegetables with rice, loaded with garlic, chilli pepper paste, mustard and soy sauce, Bibimbap is one of Korea’s most popular dishes.
Would you try it?

Bibimap With Kimchi, South Korea

#2 Pork Vindaloo, Goa

Pork preserved in wine/vinegar and spices, and cooked with Bhut Jolokia, the hottest chili in the world, the vindaloo is not for the faint-hearted!

Pork Vindaloo, Goa

#3 Doro Wot, Ethiopia

This fermented chicken and egg stew, cooked with ultra-hot berbere and served with traditional Ethiopian flatbread, is one of the spiciest dishes known to mankind

Doro Wot, Ethiopia

#4 Sichuan Tan Tan Noodles, China

This fiercely spicy noodles topped with a pungent pork sauce is a mouth-numbing Chinese Sichuan classic, and a must for spice lovers, the world over.

Sichuan Tan Tan Noodles, China

#5 Tom Yum Soup, Thailand

Meats, Thai basil, kaffir lime leaves and lemongrass stewed to perfection with mouth-watering spice, courtesy Thai Bird’s Eye Chili, makes for a fiery, searingly aromatic meal.

 

Tom Yum Soup, Thailand

#6 Papa A La Huancaina, Peru

Boiled yellow potatoes, served cold in a spicy, creamy Huancaina sauce and Amarillo chilli pepper, is a must try fiery treat for your senses

Papa A La Huancaina, Peru

How many of these would you dare to try? Tell us in the comment section below.

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