The dishes are a delicacy in some parts of the world, others may be considered tasteless or disgusting and inedible and even poisonous.
See 14 of the most exotic dishes in the local cuisine of different countries are considered delicacies.
1. KAFU marzu is a traditional cheese from Sardinia also known as “maggoty cheese”. And all because he was filled with the larvae of the cheese fly and left outdoors. The larvae speed up the composting process and makes the cheese very soft. When Katsu Marco reaches the desired maturity, it is cut and spread on flat bread “pane carasau” served with fortified red wine.
This need is cheese with live maggots, though of course not everyone will go to it. But if daredevil still dare to take this step, he should be careful, because the larvae jump to a height of 15 centimeters. If the larvae in the dead cheese means that cheese is stale.
2. Balut or balut also known as “egg with legs” is a delicacy in Southeast Asia, especially the Philippines. Fertilized duck egg out in the sun to speed up the process of embryo development. After a few days or weeks — depending on the country where the foetus is fully formed, the egg is boiled a short time. Balut is eaten with a spoon right from the shell and eaten completely with bones and straight beak . This dish is considered an aphrodisiac. Continue reading
The Japanese are distinguished by their brutality about seafood. Some time ago I showed you a dish with a dancing octopus, which is served in restaurants in Hokkaido. Now, not only they eat you alive. A selection of some of the most moving exotic dishes.
Eating alive: moving the most exotic dishes
Sannakji is a dish served in Korea, and which is probably the most famous on this list. Usually, it is seasoned with sesame and sesame oil, and the main component is sannakji nakji is a small octopus.
Usually he, the living, cut off the tentacles and immediately served to the client, sometimes served as a whole animal.
The shrimp can be dipped into an alcoholic drink, she had a couple of drinks, and it will become easier. She dies only when her start chewing. This dish is quite expensive and it will cost in the restaurant, because that shrimp remained alive, it must be cooked very quickly and skillfully, and it is not any cook.
7. Drunk shrimp
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One of the features of travel is that tourists are often faced with a variety of culinary traditions, forcing them in astonishment, raising her eyebrows.
The author of the Lonely Planet “Extreme cuisine” Eddie Lin talks about some of the exotic dishes and reminds us that the difference between “tasty” and “tasteless” are only two letters.
White grubs were a staple food of Australian aborigines for thousands of years. These plump worms grow up to 7 centimeters in length, and you can find them in the crowns of some trees – particularly eucalyptus. When they eat, seem to bite a balloon filled with liquid, enveloping the mouth like a SIP of red wine. The taste of the liquid, however, resembles an egg.
Edible testicles come in all sizes, from large bullish (also called “Rocky mountain oysters”) to tiny cock. The Chinese like to fry chicken testicles in oil, but the Afghans prefer to cook lamb like a shish kebab on the grill. In Texas even has a festival dedicated to the bull eggs. To prepare, they need to clear from films to cut and saute with lemon and sumac until soft. Continue reading