- The most traditional food in Canada is called poutine which is a French Canadian dish originally from Quebec. It consists of three ingredients: fries, cheese curds and gravy.
- Japan has many food and drink traditions and one that is quite unique is that you should never pour soy sauce directly on rice. You should always pour the sauce into a small dish and then use your chopsticks to dip the sushi or sashimi in the sauce.
- Sauerbraten is known as Germany’s national food, this dish is a pot roast that is usually served as a Sunday family dinner.
- Switzerland’s national food is fondue, a dish in which you dip small pieces of bread and potatoes into a melting pot of delicious melted cheese.
- Pavlova is the number one dessert in Australia, it is a meringue-based dessert named after the Russian ballerina, Anna Pavlova.
- The most traditional food in the United States is the hamburger and cheeseburger. Its variety of meats, cheese, sauces and added extras is never ending! Did you know, the most expensive burger in the world is called The Fleurburger 5000, it costs £5000 and can be found in a restaurant in Las Vegas called Fleur.
- Kiwi pie has been named New Zealand national comfort food, they are known for their many ﬁllings of pies but kiwi is a constantly voted number one.
- The United Kingdom is known for many delicious British food and drink treats but the top 3 are the traditional ﬁsh and chips, classy afternoon teas and of course the classic roast dinner.
- Sweden’s national dish consists of mash potatoes, gravy and of course spicy meatballs, but he unique extra ingredients they add include lingonberry jam and pickled cucumbers.
- Netherlands top sweet food is called “poffertjes” which are tiny pancake puffs served with butter and sugar.
- Health & Fitness
Subscribe to Updates
Get the latest updates & news from NetworthPick every week.
DID YOU KNOW? 10 Interesting Food Facts from the top 10 countries around the world