GEORGIAN CUISINE
Adjaruli khachapuri among world’s 35 best dishes to try
04 April, 2015
What is the single dish visitors should not miss when visiting a foreign country? Businessinsider.com has published the list of the best dishes worth trying.

“Quora users set out to answer that question in a thread on the question-and-answer-based website, singling out the most iconic thing to eat in their homelands. We added in some of our own selections.

From wiener schnitzel in Austria to feijoada in Brazil to katsudon in Japan, don't miss these 35 dishes.”- Businessinsider.com reports.

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noteworthy that Georgian Adjaruli Khachapuri ( a boat-shaped cheese pie) has found it’s place among world dishes as well.

Georgia: Khachapuri

Khachapuri, suggested by Quora user Otar C., is a savory, chewy bread that's filled with bubbling cheese or egg from the small Eastern European country of Georgia

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Belgium: Moules-Frites

Moules-frites (mussels and French fries) may be available in other countries like France and the U.S., but the savory and delicious combination originated in Belgium.

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England: Roast Beef & Yorkshire Pudding

Roast beef and Yorkshire pudding, proposed by Quora user Godfrey M., is considered the national dish of England.

Sop up the flavor of the beefy gravy with the hot doughy bread.

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China: Xiaolongbao

It's difficult to select just one dish for such a large and varied country as China, but xiaolongbao (soup dumplings) are certainly one of the country's most memorable foods.

Originally from Shanghai, these dumplings are usually filled with some sort of meat and soup broth and steamed in a bamboo basket.

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Canada: Poutine

Originally from Quebec, poutine is a delicious calorie-fest that will warm you from the insides: French fries topped with brown gravy and cheese curds. Quora user Josianne C. nominated this tasty dish.

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Ukraine: Varenyky


Varenyky, or dumplings stuffed with mashed potatoes, cheese, sauerkraut, cabbage, or meat.

They can be boiled or steamed, and typically come with toppings like fried salo (pig fat) and onions, along with smetana (sour cream).

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Romania: Sarmale

Sarmale is essentially pickled cabbage leaves stuffed with a mix of rice and seasoned minced meat.

It's consumed during the winter and is very popular in Romania.

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Italy: Pizza

This is an easy one, suggested by Quora user Maria G. Pizza originated in Italy—and Naples, a city in southern Italy, is its birthplace.

Neapolitan-style pizza is chewy, crunchy and topped with high-quality ingredients like fresh tomatoes, buffalo mozzarella, basil, and any number of meats.

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Austria: Wiener Schnitzel

Wiener schnitzel, suggested by Quora user Felix H., is synonymous with Austria.

It's a very thin veal cutlet that's breaded and deep fried. It's usually served with lemon and parsley, and is accompanied by a side of potatoes or rice.

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Norway: Rakfisk

Rakfisk is trout that's been salted and fermented for a few months. It's then eaten without being cooked, often accompanied by onions and sour cream.

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USA: Hamburger

The U.S. is so vast and the cuisine so varied, it's nearly impossible to select just one dish to sum up American cuisine. But if you really twist our arm, we'd have to go with the all-American hamburger—especially when you pair it with crispy fries and a hearty milkshake.

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