Street Food Recipes From Around the World
Planet Eat, an online food and lifestyle channel have put together a series of easy food recipes from around the world.
Chef Jack Deane showcases this exclusive masterclass as he prepares food from around the world, bringing a variety of popular dishes inspired from popular street food from Greece to Italy and more, helping you bring the flavours of the world into your kitchen.
Join this exclusive online masterclass, learning original recipes and cooking tips perfect for chefs of any ability in as little as 80 minutes. Helping you expand your cooking skills for global recipes and around the world street food. Sign up to our online platform for a free, 30-day trial today.
The Best of our Easy Food Recipes from Around the World in our Series
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Frequently Asked Questions about our Street Food Recipes from Around the World
What are popular street foods?
Street food is popular around the global, from western society to eastern, if you’re lucky enough to be traveling and experiencing new cultures, there are a range of street foods you can try.
From Bunny Chow in South Africa to fresh Calzone in Italy. There are many foods to try that’ll become instant favourites. Others include:
- Banana cue (Philippines)
- Aloo chaat (South Asia)
- Taiyaki (Japan)
- Lahmacun aka ‘Turkish Pizza’ (Turkey)
- Beignets (France & America)
- Samosas (India)
What are the most popular street food meals from round the world?
First and foremost, the most popular street food that is recognised around the world is the infamous Pizza. From Italy to America, pizza is available for an array or prices with an array of toppings and flavours, solidifying itself as a dinner, and street food staple.
Other popular street food meals include:
- Chimichanga (America and Mexico)
- Kebabs (Greece)
- Cheese Dog/Hot Dogs (America)
- Sausage Rolls & other Pastries (United Kingdom)
- Gringas aka Soft Tacos (Mexico)
Join Chef Jack on his culinary trip to bring the taste and flavour from different countries in 80 minutes, sourcing delicious and easy street food recipes from around the world. Simply browse Planet Eat’s other online video tutorials and subscribe today for a free 30-day trial.
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