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Egypt – Ful Medames

Sulfur Midmas, also known as “Madmas Fools”, is a popular vegan dish in the Middle East and Leviathan, but it is considered an Egyptian dish. Fil Medium is a popular Middle Eastern breakfast cooked with canned beans and cooked lentils and then mixed with glycerin, lemon, and olive oil soup. Many countries, especially some cities, have their own interpretations. This is the best street food I’ve ever seen.

Egypt – Fiteer Baladi

Fiteer baladi is actually known as ” BALADI BREAD “. It is like bread that you should try whenever you visit Egypt. It is an ancient form of bread in Egyptian culture. The Egyptians called it “life” and “luxury.” It is a symbol of family love, hospitality, and friendship. Sharing bread is a sign of trust and relationship.

Egypt – Fattah

This is an Egyptian dish that is always celebrated, especially during Eid al-Adha when the lamb boards remind us of it. In Arabic, the word “Fattah” means “particle”. The Fattah is also the Lebanese breakfast king.

Zambia – Cocoa Buffer Ladu

It is made from ground cocoa when it is cooled, then wrapped in leafy greens and slowly, depending on your cooking preference, fresh or smoked meat, fish, cream, red oil, and other It is mixed with herbs. Aquang is a special kind of coconut broth. The shops here are labeled “Taro White” or “Pink Taro” while Cameron is called “Macabo Coco” in the logo.

Egypt – Shakshouka

Shakshouka is the best and most famous breakfast which consists of poached eggs. This is a very healthy breakfast of Egypt. Shakshouka is a popular dish from the Middle East and North Africa to the Ottoman Empire. The meaning of SHAKSHOUKA is “haphazard mixture” and this word comes from the ARABIC LANGUAGE. There are different varieties of recipes to make SHAKSHOUKA in different countries. This dish start in the era of OTTOMAN. They called this dish saksuka.

Egypt – Kushari

The famous Egyptian food, Kashgari, is a traditional 19th-century food. Kashmir is a credible carbon festival featuring cumin-scented jojoba and rice sauce, spices, dried ketchup, vinegar, and minced onions. Also known as Egyptian kosher or spelling kosher. If you have never been to Egypt but want to travel, try this dish!

West Africa – FuFu

FuFu is a very unique dough that is made with cassava. This dish is made in different countries by adding different ingredients according to the countries like Cuban, Ghananian, Liberia, etc. Fufu is eaten with fingers and small balls dipped in soup or added to the sauce. In the African tradition, Fufu acts as a family in the form of a big toe.

Pakistan, India, Bangladesh – Nankhatai

Nankhatai is a biscuit popular in India and Pakistan. Rather being crunchy, they are really soft and have little bit of a crust at the bottom. They are also very common in Iran and Afghanistan and are known as Kulcha-e-Khataye there.

Egypt – Dukkah

The Dukkah, which is a mixture of Egyptian herbs and spices, is broken down into broken jars that do not require much construction. Named Doka (Doka), it is a traditional Egyptian blend that contains ripe fruits, seeds, and hot spices. Doka means “post” in Arabic, an Egyptian spice made from fruits, seeds, and plants. In Egypt, it is said, “eeish we dua’ah,”, which means to deceive bread, because you can trust bread and good deception.