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Japan – Shiitake Zongzi
In a normal word, it is known by the name rice dumplings or sticky rice dumplings. This is a Japanese dish with a few elements in combination. It is basically a rice dish, moreover rice dumplings and also be called rice cakes. During Dragon Boat Festival or Doubler Fifth Festival, this is the dish eaten regularly. And the tradition evolved with the generations and every year in early May of the Japanese lunar calendar, glutinous rice dumplings are cooked and eaten in festivals. There are many variants of the dish.
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The Philippines – Ube Halaya
Ube Halaya is a very tasty and extremely delicious dessert of Filipino cuisine. It is like a jam or a spread made by UBE also known as PURPLE YAM. Ube is cultivated in NEW GUINEA. It is the second-largest island in the Southern Hemisphere.
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Egypt – Molokhia
Molokai originated in Egypt and later spread to the Middle East, North Africa, and the eastern Mediterranean. It is a traditional Egyptian soup and is often eaten by the ancient Egyptian kingdom, but eventually became a popular dish. Many added that the soup tasted delicious, but not everyone agreed.
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Hong Kong (China) – Stinky Tofu
Stinky tofu is a very strong fermented food. It has a very strong smell even when you cook it. When we made it, we cover it by putting garlic and ginger paste, which has a strong smell that is very good. Stinky food as a snack, they are specially serve in the ceremonies, on tea party, festivals etc. This is the special dish in China.