4 Dishes From Around The World

For us, it’s practically impossible to not explore dishes from around the world. Different cultures have so much to offer with their cuisines and we’re here to try it all. We’ve pulled together some of our favorite dishes from across Spain to Korea. Who knows – maybe it will inspire the globetrotter in you.

Spain

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If you’ve ever been to Spain, then you know how important Spanish Seafood Paella is to the Spaniards. This dish’s origins can be traced back to Valencia in Eastern Spain, one of the largest natural ports in the Mediterranean.

Japan

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Japanese Takoyaki Octopus Balls are a popular Japanese snack made of a wheat flour-based batter and filled with minced or diced octopus.

India

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In this Indian Mattar Paneer Curry, a vegetarian north Indian dish, we delicately spice the dish with curry powder, turmeric and cinnamon. This dish is often served over basmati rice and with an Indian type of bread.

Korea

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If you love a good savory pancake, you must give these Korean Pancakes a try! Just make sure to enjoy these delicious, crispy pancakes with spicy soy sauce for dipping.

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