Tasting street food is much more than a quick and cheap bite. It is the best way of exploring the culture and traditions of the country you’re visiting.
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After spending a week eating street food in Bangkok and off the coast of Central Thailand, here are some of our favorite street food items we think everyone should try.
Further past the popular Harlem eats of Red Rooster and Sweet Bird, you will find Oso, the new destination for traditional Mexican street food. From tacos to enchiladas, Oso brings the vibrant culture of Mexico to Upper Harlem.
This Hungarian recipe for lángos shows us how to make the delicious fried street dough and also the way to a slow and fulfilling life.
Every country has many street foods to be discovered. Here are a few to make in your kitchen, no matter how far you are. What is your favorite street food?
With the street food revolution creating an abundance of tacos, dumplings, and souvlaki vendors isn’t it time Nordic cuisine got in on the action too?
Well-known blogger Lesley Tèllez’s new cookbook, “Eat Mexico,” is a love letter to authentic Mexican street food. It gives readers a glimpse of food that isn’t stylized, but raw and bursting with local flavor. “Eat Mexico” is your roadmap to fresh, authentic Mexican street food that you can make in your own kitchen.
There’s nothing like street food in India, but you can recreate the famed fried potato cakes, aloo tikki, filled with spices and paneer.
Fish-shaped treats made by Korean vendors are similar to waffles with sweet red bean paste. A crispy, golden exterior encases this molten pumpkin version.
Foodies rejoice! Honest Cooking has curated a list of June 2014’s best food-centric festivals, street fairs and free events in NYC
Just because May is National Barbeque Month it doesn’t mean that Honest Cooking has forgotten about vegetarians. Embrace the grill with Elote.
With so many mouthwatering foods, there’s not a single frame of this Phuket street food survey that’s not appealing.
It’s impossible not to crave Filipino cuisine after watching the delectable array of street food chronicled by Daily Ampersand.
Explore these cities through their flavorful and unique street food.
Vada Pav is a popular street food from Maharashtra, India that consists of a spicy, deep-fried potato mixture served on a roll with chutney.
Dhokla is a popular snack in Gujarat. Here, the usual fermentation process is skipped for a quicker prep time.
This deep fried flatbread is a common street food in Hungary where it is served warm with sour cream and grated cheese, rubbed with garlic or garlic butter, or doused with garlic water.
Chef Tomi Björk explores and explains the wide array of street food options in Helsinki.
Learn to make your own version of this typical Dutch street food at home for deep fried fish that you can control.
Stockholm does street food with style – grab gourmet herring and artisan hot dogs on the go.
Locals call it “die Thaiwiese” (the Thai-Meadow), a charming meadow located inside the small Wilmersdorfer Preußenpark in south western part of Berlin.
Chana zor garam is a street food which is normally made with packed ready-to-mix black chickpeas which are flattened and deep fried in oil.
Mini cheesecakes recipe inspired by the much loved indian street dessert – Carrot Halwa.
These healthy and delicious street food inspired quinoa potato cakes makes a great appetizer, snack or breakfast.
Carne en palito mixes tender beef strips with the fruity aroma of oranges, the sharpness of garlic and the smoky texture of achiote.
Shuchi Mittal with an Indian street-food twist to the classic sliders.
Khasta Kachori is everything Indian food is famous for, spicy, flaky, has a tang to it and is extremely addictive.
Food options at the Oregon Country Fair range from simple salads and smoothies to extravagant sandwiches and ethnic cuisines of many sorts.
Fruit Chaat is a popular street food of North India and Pakistan, featuring awesome textures, lightly spiced flavors and juicy fruits.
Eating street food in Bangkok, surrounded by vibrant traffic and colors of urban life, is an essential part of experiencing the city.
Karla Diaz Cano goes on a mission to find the best food trucks in the city of New York. First up, Wafels & Dinges.
Reena Pastakia had high expectations on Burmese cuisine. Did it live up to them?
Satay is one of the must try Malaysian street food – charcoal grilled succulent skewered meat served with a delicious satay sauce.
Ambra Meda checks out Biker Jim’s gourmet hot dogs in Denver.
Kankana Saxena checks out the colorful street food choices in Kolkata, the capital of the Indian state of West Bengal.
The Korean taco craze may have started in Los Angeles, but it has now made its way, appropriately, to Seoul.
Ho-ddeoks are the most delicious syrup-filled pancake you’ll ever have in a cup.
What to do with a massive three day vacation? Hit the food market of course.
Karla Diaz Cano falls in love with the street food culture in Turkey’s largest city.
Meagan Mastriani turns to street food to get her through the freezing Korean winter.
“Ddeokbokki Town”, Seoul, is so much more than a collection of your average street-side stands. And the ddeokbokki they serve is so much more than your average street-side fare.
Jessie Chien recounts a recent trip to Mexico City, and the unplanned taco that made her visit worth the while.
The charm of Indian streets is sure to engulf you like the proverbial snake charmer, that the country seems to be famous for.
It sounds unremarkable, conjuring images of a German soup kitchen, huge ladles of cloudy brown soup, and broken pieces of stale bread. But in Tainan, beef soup gets a new reputation.
SriVani Ganti takes a trip down memory lane serving a classic grilled Indian street food.
The spicy and tangy varieties of Indian street food is relished by everyone who’s had a taste of it even once.
Sarah Kenney goes to The Big Easy and comes back with memories of some amazing street food.
When life hands you left over Risotto, make Arancini Di Riso – Crispy Fried Risotto Balls.