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Dishes Around the World

written by: Eve
 
Some people say that you don't know much about a country if you are not familiar with its cuisine. This quiz will help you learn more about cooking traditions around the world.

Question 1:


This is a traditional Scottish dish, boiled in a sheep’s stomach. Some of the main ingredients are sheep’s pluck, onion, salt and spices.
Hot Pot
Haggis
Marmite
Ratatouille

Question 2:


This dish is usually cooked in a large, flat pan. It is most typical for the region of Valencia, Spain and contains ingredients such as rice, saffron and olive oil.
Tajine
Paella
Lasagna
Enchilada

Question 3:


Which of these dishes is a traditional Mexican dish, prepared out of a tortilla dipped in a sauce, containing peppers?
Polenta
Enchilada
Baccala
Jambalaya

Question 4:


This Hungarian dish, meaning "cowherd," is prepared with beef, onion, red peppers and paprika.
Bramborak
Goulash
Utopenec
Pljeskavica

Question 5:


This Romanian dish, widely known around the world under the Italian name of polenta, is traditionally prepared of maize, cooked in an iron pot.
Vesalica
Hornazo
Mămăligă
Pilaf

Question 6:


This delicacy, typical for ‘The Country of the Rising Sun’, usually only consists of thinly sliced raw seafood, dipping sauce and garnish.
Tsatsiki
Moussaka
Sashimi
Vaho

Question 7:


This member of Czech cuisine, consists of a marinated sausage, usually served with slices of Czech bread.
Utopenec
Knedliky
Drstkova
Polevka

Question 8:

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This is a cold soup popular in Bulgaria, made of yogurt, cucumber and garlic.
Borsch
Tarator
Moussaka
Gyuvetch


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Question 9:


Which of these is a French dish, whose main ingredients are veal, onions and mushrooms?
Souffle
Pot-au-feu
Blanquette de veau
Coq au Vin

Question 10:


This German dish, whose name means "sow’s stomach" is popular in Palatinate, a region in south-western Germany.
Saumagen
Haggis
Eisbein
Bistec

 


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