Levant, Egypt – Ful Medames With Challah

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Ful medames is the Levantine salad made up of fava beans and raw vegetables. Ful medames is eaten in Arabic countries, Asia, Middle Eastern, and North African. This salad is the most ancient dish of Egyptian cuisine. There are many varieties of the dish around the world.

Filipino – Tuna Kinilaw

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Kinilaw is an Filipino seafood dish which means "eaten raw". By lookin at the name we can clearly see that this dish is meant to be eaten raw as most of the seafood in the Philippines is eaten raw. Tuna Kinilaw is a version of Kinilaw in which tuna is cut into cubes and then marinated. Kinilaw was originated in the Philippines and the cutting process used in this dish goes way back thousands of years.

China – Shengjian Mantou

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Shengjian mantou is a filled bun that is fried and very small in appearance, it is fried in the pan so it can be light-colored fried and looks so good like a candy. The very first-time Shengjian mantou is made in China in the 19th century. People of Shanghai enjoy this dish in the morning of the 1900s.

Pakistan – Desi Murgh Haleem

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Haleem is a very popular dish not even in one country but in the Middle East, Central Asia, etc. This dish is assumed to be a part of Royal cuisine. There are some special events in which haleem is a must to cook. Like in Pakistan, haleem is a dish cooked at special events like Eid, Ramzan dinners, Shabrat, etc. As a Pakistani, this dish is originated from Punjab cuisine but it is popular throughout Pakistan and cooked like a daily food. Haleem is originated in the Indian subcontinent from the dish popular in Arabs, HAREESA. Harees are also known as BOKO BOKO, JAREESH, HAREESA, HARIS, etc. In Arabic, Harees means MIXED OR MASHED.

Japan – Champon Noodles

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This dish is noodles soup having many vegetables and fish, prawns, chicken with eggs and some seasonings. This dish is inspired by Chinese cuisine and is served world widely in many Japanese restaurants. This dish is originated from NAGASAKI, Japan. This was adopted by the Japanese from the Meiji Era. The name of the dish came up by Hookein word, CHIAH-PNG, which means TO EAT MEAT. In Japan, different areas and cities have different flavored-based soup noodles.

Korea – Kimchi

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Kimchi is a traditional Korean dish that is served as Bachan. It is a dish of traditional Korean Pickle. It is formed by fermenting vegetables, meat into salt and rice vinegar. This fermentation is known as LACTIC ACID FERMENTATION. Kimchi has sour, salty, spicy, Pungent, and tangy. There is also a story about the origin of kimchi.

Pakistan – Aloo Gosht

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This dish is a very common dish that is cooked on the daily basis as routine food. The name is just simple by the ingredients so we can say this dish is made up from two main ingredients potato and meat. This dish is traditionally from the Punjab region of Pakistan which is known for its culture and food.

Pakistan ‚Äď Fried Chicken

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Meat dishes are very traditional in Pakistan, especially when fried. In fact, when the chicken is baked in its own oil and water, it contains Pakistani aromas like crushed spices, Zardchal, and joined it.

Pakistan, India, Bangladesh – Kachori

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"Kachori" is actually a " Deep fry bread" which is filled with chicken and spices and made with flour (maida). This is one of the most popular and simple snacks.

Pakistan – EID UL AZHA Tradition in Pakistan “Taka Tak”

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Taka tak is special meat recipe made up of various meat either lamb or beef organs like kidney,lungs, heart, brain, chops and liver. The name is given to this dish by the sound producing while making the recipe.