The 10 best delicious food rankings in the world

The 10 best delicious food rankings in the world

The 10 best delicious food rankings in the world

Do you know the “10 most delicious food rankings in the world” announced by the American news broadcasting station “CNN”? This ranking was determined based on 35,000 votes on CNN’s Facebook. Many delicious dishes from all over the world are ranked in. This time, we will introduce a video of the top 10 and how to make it.

 10th place: Massa Man Curry (Thailand)

A type of Thai curry made by simmering potatoes and chicken. Spices that are rarely used in general curry are used abundantly, and you can feel a rich and rich scent. This massaman curry won first place in the same ranking in 2011.

9th place: Peking duck (China)

Fine cuisine using whole ducks. Bake in a kettle, cut off the crispy skin, roll thinly on flour, and wrap it with leeks, cucumber, and soy sauce. It’s not easy to use ducks at home, so I will introduce a recipe that uses chicken instead.

8th place: Ramen (Japan)

Ramen is becoming a gourmet representing Japan. There is a boom on a global scale, with Japanese ramen shops making a successful global expansion and the purpose of visiting ramen from overseas to Japan. Let us introduce you to the ramen shop’s direct recipe and how to make soup.

7th place: Dim Sum (Hong Kong)

Dim Sum that Japanese people love, such as gyoza, Shumai, and Kogobukuro. This time, we will introduce how to make the very popular “Ogorobukuro”. It’s amazing how easy it is to make at home.

6th: Som Tam (Thailand)

Som Tam is a green papaya salad. The sweetness of papaya, the sourness of lime, the spiciness of pepper, and the salty sourness are in harmony, creating an exquisite taste. Eating a bit makes you addicted.

5th: Pad Thai (Thailand)

Thai fried noodles using wide bread noodles called Sarek. It features sweet and sour seasoning using sampler and ketchup and goes well with eggs. Children can eat it if the spiciness is suppressed.

 4th place: Tom Yum Kung (Thailand)

A soup with a unique aroma and a moderate sourness. Tom Yum Kun’s “Kun” means shrimp. It’s easy to think of as Tom Yum soup with shrimp.

 3rd place: Sushi (Japan)

Traditional Japanese food where raw fish is eaten with vinegared rice. It can be difficult to reproduce at home because it is a skill that a professional craftsman can do. That’s why I’d like to introduce a video of “Saito,” which won the number one “sushi ranking,” from the gourmet site “Tabelog” rather than how to make it.

2nd place: Nasi Goreng (Indonesia)

Baked rice using garlic, pepper, ketchup, etc. Delicious fried egg with a lot of oil, shrimp senbei called kuru puku, and fresh cucumber and tomatoes add to the deliciousness!

1st place: Rundan (Indonesia)

Kundan is unfamiliar in Japan. It is a meat dish prepared by boiling beef for a long time with coconut milk and spices. It is said that it is often used as a hospitality dish for holidays and events in western Indonesia.

 I AM GLAD THAT I CAN EASILY MAKE IT AT HOME WITHOUT GOING TO THE FIELD OR SHOP. RECENTLY, SOME OF THE RECIPES “STOCK” ARE SOLD AT SUPERMARKETS, SO IT MIGHT BE GOOD TO TRY IT.

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