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Global Food Truck Recipes

Origin: Hawaii

Spam-and-Kimchi Musubi

Spam was a mealtime staple for U.S. troops stationed in Hawaii during WWII, and it's been an Island cuisine basic ever since. Reflecting local Japanese influence, our simple yet delicious Spam-and-Kimchi Musubi recipe provides a satisfying, easy-to-make snack or main course, while the infused kimchi brings an inspired kick to this classic Hawaiian street food.

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Origin: USA

All-American Beef Hot Dog

Baseball games. City street carts. Backyard barbeques. Few street foods are as deeply entrenched in American summertime tradition as the hot dog. The true global origin of hot dogs may never be known, but its modern form came to be in New York City over a century ago. Over the years, people have experimented with every sort of topping for this classic beef and bun, and we think this spicy recipe is one of the very best!

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Origin: Peru

Peruvian Ceviche

With Pacific Ocean coastline running nearly its entire length, it's no surprise that Peru is the original home of this timeless seafood tradition. Dig into our Peruvian Ceviche recipe and you'll note lively zings of ginger, spicy peppers, rich avocado, and light seafood, which is "cooked" in the tangy acid of lime juice. Perfect for warm-weather outdoor gatherings, this wildly popular Peruvian street food is bound to be the centerpiece of your next soiree.

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Origin: France

Strawberry Banana
Nutella Crepe

Ah, Paris. There's nothing like strolling down a tree-lined Parisian boulevard and stumbling upon a street food cart serving up one of the great French culinary inventions: crepes! The thin pancake-like shell is customarily loaded with either savory or sweet contents; the latter is the focus of our Strawberry Banana Nutella Crepe recipe. Trust us, it's 100% as mouth-wateringly 'magnifique' as it sounds.

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Origin: Africa

African Cold-Brewed
Iced Coffee

Some of the best coffee beans in the world are grown in equatorial African countries like Ethiopia and Tanzania, where a cup of hot, steaming coffee may not sound terribly appetizing. But iced coffee? That's just the ticket. Our African Cold-Brewed Iced Coffee recipe offers a rich, creamy brew best experienced with your favorite crowd of java enthusiasts. It's the kind of treat even the most discerning of coffee purists can love.

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Origin: India

Oven-Baked Curry Fries with Chive Mayonnaise

It's official. Indian curry is one of the world's most treasured spices, included in a variety of street foods from Delhi to Denver. In recent years, curry has popped up in more and more unexpected places (curry ice-cream, anyone?). Our recipe for Oven-Baked Curry Fries with Chive Mayonnaise definitely goes on our list of favorite new ways to factor in this sensational seasoning.

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Origin: China

Grilled Red-Cooked Pork Chops:

Since ancient times, the distinctive flavors and styles of Chinese cuisine have been working their way around the globe, encouraged by people's love of the unique dishes. Our Grilled Red-Cooked Pork Chops recipe showcases a delicious infusion, featuring zesty nuances balanced with sweet, salty and citrusy undertones. The star of your backyard barbeque has arrived!

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Origin: Japan

Zaru Soba (Cold Soba Noodles)

In Tokyo, Japan, buckwheat soba noodles can be seen (and heard - slurping is A-okay!) up and down many of the urban streets, consumed as a quick, filling meal. Though the noodles are sometimes used in hot soups, our Zaru Soba recipe is a nod to the cold noodle style, traditionally served on a zaru (a basket-like plate or bowl - don't worry, it's not mandatory) and dipped separately in a piquant sauce.

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Origin: Thailand

Peek Gai Nam Daeng
(Spicy Thai Chicken Wings)

Street food in Thailand is a deliciously deep-rooted way of life. Tour the streets of metropolises like Bangkok, or small rural towns, and you'll discover an impossible variety of grilled vegetables and meats infused with flavorful sauces and traditional spices. This recipe for Peek Gai Nam Daeng, with its sriracha spiciness and hints of coconut, serves as a tasty ode to Thailand.

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