7 Wierd Dishes From Around The World

Ever dreamt of eating tarantulas or raw octopus? Me, No!!! But if you have, then that dream can be fulfilled easily. Because these are actually eaten in different parts of the world? Here we bring you 7 weird dishes that are eaten all over the world.

1. Fugu

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Fugu is a Japanese pufferfish that contains enough poison to kill 30 people. The chefs who prepare this expensive Japanese delicacy have to undergo years of training. Served in a stew, grilled or as paper-thin sashimi, any small mistake in preparation could mean an untimely end to the consumer.

 

2. Tarantulas

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Being crispy on the outside with white meat in the head and the body, tasting almost like chicken, this is a favourite among Cambodians.

 

 

3. Snake Wine

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Snake wine is an alcoholic beverage made with snake and rice wine (or grain alcohol). Many of the snakes are venomous, but the ethanol makes it safe to drink. There are two types of snake wine – you either immerse a snake in rice wine and leave it for many months, or you drain the fluids of a snake directly into the alcohol and take it as a shot.

4. Paniki

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Paniki is a dish made by boiling a fruit bat in a pot of boiling coconut milk. After the bat has been boiled, it is chopped up and seasoned with a variety of herbs and spices.

5. Haggis 

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Haggis is sheep’s stomach stuffed with sheep’s liver, lungs and heart, onions, oatmeal, and other spices. Then this is simmered for three hours.

6. Sannakji

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This one is served raw.  Here the chef dismembers a small octopus before you and seasons the pieces with sesame oil and many times they are still moving on the plate as you reach for your chopsticks.

7. Tuna eyeball

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These eyeballs are widely available in Japan but it’s quite an acquired taste for some. Just boil and season, and start eating the eyeball’s fish fat and muscles and it tastes like hard-boiled eggs or squid.

So next time you are in any of the country mentioned above, don’t forget to try out the dish! :p

Hope you enjoyed the post! I f you did, then don’t forget to like the post and let us know if you know of any such dishes too!

Cheers till our next post! 🙂

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19 thoughts on “7 Wierd Dishes From Around The World

  1. i hate to say it but id have to be pretty hungry like i mean on death’s door and even then im not sure i could eat any of that hahaa im awful with trying new foods never mind super ikky sounding or looking foods….but what an excellent job you did writing about them all! Very interesting post! 🙂 ❤ 🙂

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  2. Fish eyeball isn’t so bad as it’s made out to be.
    Nor is the sheep stomach to be honest.

    I’m surprised that all the comments express how people are so grossed out. When you consider food history, sausages used to be made with intestines.
    Stomachs were emptied and used as waterskins
    Early European settlers in America at times ate meats raw.
    If you think the moving (but dead) octopus is disgusting then think about the poor oysters which are eaten alive.

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  3. As I’m living in Chinese regions (Hong Kong ) some of those food is familiar here and is easy to find out .
    Japanese restaurant everywhere here which is serve raw seafood (fish ,prawn ,squid,etc) with soy sauce and wasabi . It’s nice taste and I like it 😄
    Here in weekend you can see the restaurant it’s full many peoples queuing for the table .

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  4. For the snake and reptiles wine is very famous for
    Chinese .they like to eat and drink snake wine as they said is good for health . But I never eat or have guts to tried .hahahaha

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