Test Your Eat-Q: International Cuisine

Chances are you can pinpoint Denmark, New Zealand, or South Africa on a map, but could you name each country's national dish? We put together the following matching quiz to see how well you know international cuisine.

 

1. South Africa

 

2. El Salvador

 

3. Malaysia

 

4. Yemen

 

5. Ireland

 

6. Macao

 

7. Bangladesh

 

8. Denmark

 

9. Belarus

 

10. New Zealand

 

 

A: Saltah, a meat stew with fenugreek froth and a tomato-chili salsa, often served with flatbread

 

B: Minchee, minced beef or pork flavored with molasses and soy sauce, often topped with a fried egg

 

C: Frikadeller, flat, pan-fried meatballs, often served with potatoes and gravy and cooked red cabbage

 

D: Bobotie, a spicy minced meat casserole baked with an eggy topping 

 

E: Bacon and egg pie, a crust-covered savory pie eaten both hot and cold... Read more >

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