The World's Most Popular Foods That You Must Eat

Kofta are ground beef, lamb, pork, or chicken meatballs or kababs with onions and spices. This recipe uses classic Mediterranean flavours and can be grilled or baked, depending on equipment and season.

Kofta - MENA, Caucasus, Balkans, Central Asia

Vietnamese beef and noodle salad with contrasting flavours and textures. Thin rice vermicelli noodles, bean sprouts, sauteed beef, raw veggies, lettuce, herbs, and crushed peanuts are traditional ingredients. Try our step-by-step recipe for this refreshing dish.

Bo Bun, a Vietnamese beef noodle salad

This Lorraine-style quiche has eggs, cream, and bacon. Quiches are simple and versatile enough for even inexperienced cooks.

France's Quiche Lorraine

Japanese food goes beyond sushi. Ramen, rice bowls, soba noodles, curries, dumplings, savoury pancakes. Katsudon is steamed rice topped with a panko-crusted pork cutlet and egg.

Katsudon - Japan

This potato and egg dish, tortilla espaola, is easy to make and a great quick dinner option. Once you understand the concept, you can experiment with ingredients.

Spain's omelette

If you've never had German currywurst, it's easy to make at home. This recipe uses homemade curry ketchup on steamed and fried pork sausages.

Germany's Currywurst

Falafels are patties or balls made from chickpeas or fava beans. With dipping sauces, on noodles, or in a wrap.

Falafel - Middle East

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