World’s Best Street Food mini 1: Where to Find it & How to Make it

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Discover 100 of the world’s best street food recipes. From taco carts and noodle stalls to hawker markets and gelaterias, it’s on the street that you’ll find the heart of a cuisine and its culture. With these 100 authentic recipes, Lonely Planet delivers the planet’s freshest, tastiest street-food flavours. Gastronomic bliss awaits!

Produktinformationen

  • Herausgeber: Lonely Planet; Illustrated Edition (15. März 2016)

  • Sprache: Englisch

  • Taschenbuch: 224 Seiten

  • ISBN-10: 1760340650

  • Abmessungen: 14.86 x 1.27 x 18.03 cm

Inhalt

Travel the world from the comfort of your kitchen! From taco carts and noodle stalls to hawker markets and gelaterias, it’s on the street that you’ll find the heart of a cuisine and its culture.

From the people who have been delivering trustworthy guidebooks to every destination in the world for 40 years,Lonely Planet’s World’s Best Street Food is your passport to the planet’s freshest, tastiest street-food flavours.

Each of the 100 recipes includes easy-to-use instructions, ingredients and mouth-watering photography plus a section detailing how the dish has evolved. There are also tasting notes that explain how best to sample each dish – whether that’s in a beachside lobster shack in Maine, a hawker market in Singapore or standing at the bar in a Sicilian cafe – to truly give you a flavour of the place.

Includes:

  • Acaraje – Brazil
  • Arancino – Italy
  • Arepas – Venezuela
  • Bakso – Indonesia
  • Bamboo rice – Taiwan
  • Banh mi -Vietnam
  • Baozi – China
  • Bhelpuri – India
  • Breakfast burrito – USA
  • Brik – Tunisia
  • Bsarra – Morocco
  • Bun cha – Vietnam
  • Bunny chow – South Africa
  • Burek – Bosnia & Hercegovina
  • Ceviche de corvina – Peru
  • Chicken 65 – India
  • Chilli crab – Singapore
  • Chivito al pan – Uruguay
  • Chole batura – India
  • Choripan – Argentina
  • Cicchetti – Italy
  • Cocktel de Camaron – Mexico
  • Conch – Bahamas
  • Cornish pasty – England
  • Currywurst – Germany
  • Elote – Mexico
  • Falafel – Israel
  • Fuul mudammas – Egypt
  • Garnaches – Belize
  • Gimbap – South Korea
  • Gozleme – Turkey
  • Gyros – Greece
  • Hainanese chicken rice – Malaysia & Singapore
  • Hollandse Nieuwe haring – The Netherlands
  • Hot dog – USA
  • Jerked pork – Jamaica & Caribbean Islands
  • Juane – Peru
  • Kati roll – India
  • Kelewele – Ghana
  • Khao soi – Thailand
  • Knish – USA
  • Kuaytiaw – Thailand
  • Kushari – Egypt
  • Langos – Hungary
  • Maine lobster roll – USA
  • Mangue verte – Senegal
  • Meat pie – Australia
  • Mohinga – Myanmar (Burma)
  • Murtabak – Malaysia & Singapore
  • Otak-otak – Singapore, Malaysia & Indonesia
  • Oyster cake – Hong Kong
  • Pane, Panelle e Crocche – Italy
  • Pastizzi – Malta
  • Peso pizza – Cuba
  • Phat kaphrao – Thailand
  • Phat thai – Thailand
  • Pho – Vietnam
  • Pierogi – Poland
  • Pizza al taglio – Italy
  • Poisson cru – French Polynesia
  • Poutine – Canada
  • Pupusa – El Salvador
  • Red red – Ghana
  • Roasted chestnuts – Europe& &
  • Sabih – Israel
  • Samsas – Central Asia
  • Sarawak laksa – Malaysia
  • Sfiha – Lebanon
  • Som tam – Thailand
  • Spring roll – China
  • Stinky tofu – Taiwan
  • Takoyaki – Japan
  • Tamale – Mexico
  • Tea eggs – Taiwan & China
  • Walkie-talkies – South Africa
  • Yangrou chuan – China
  • Zapiekanka – Poland

About Lonely Planet: Started in 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world’s leading travel guide publisher with guidebooks to every destination on the planet, as well as an award-winning website, a suite of mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveller community. Lonely Planet’s mission is to enable curious travellers to experience the world and to truly get to the heart of the places they find themselves in.