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Erin: Malaysian dosai are amazing. It was incredible how fabulous and cheap they were in Kuala Lumpur, possibly even cheaper than in India.

Yes, tacos. Street food in the U. can be trendy. However, our recent experience in Portland proved that it can be done right and reasonably priced.

Check out the Portland food carts. Great world cuisine and very reasonably priced. Also, we try to find food that has some vegetable variety as well. Kate: Pork buns are nice. Had some good ones in China, but my favorites are in San Francisco, actually.

And they were cheap when I was there. Mark: Yes! We overlooked food in Egypt, especially Cairo. Thanks for the addition! Zanzabari mix. Noah: Thai food and Southeast Asian cuisine in general is pretty fabulous. And so cheap.

All the morning soups across all the countries there are amazing. David: Yes, cost of cuisine is definitely something to factor into the travel planning, particularly if you plan on spending a significant chunk of time somewhere, and a significant amount of time eating like we tend to do.

Darrin: Wow, a Nicaraguan find. Ana: Yes, even in New York, cheap, high value cuisine is possible. Chinatown is a great place to look. Great idea for a blog post! You really can eat like a king for not very much at all.

Love this post. I have always wanted to try out Thai dishes from street vendors unlike the ones they serve here inside a fancy restaurant in the states. For more amazing street food, you should definitely visit Taiwan. Their unique night markets will blow your mind off with lots of tasty food.

aww wanna try these so bad! Awesome list! What I love is that not only are these meals cheap, but in places like Thailand, often when you order food, they literally go back to their kitchen and cook it from scratch for you.

I just finished lunch and still you were able to make my stomach grumble. These meals all look incredible. Thanks for sharing 🙂. All of this looks so good.

A couple of months ago I got to try dosa and have been craving it again ever since! Eva: Glad to hear that the Georgian entry piqued your interest. Georgian food is truly wonderful. Thinking of making a return trip there just to eat 🙂.

Simon: Southeast Asia is incredible for cheap and high quality food!! Enjoy all your eating opportunities there. Michelle: Thanks for the recommendation for Taiwan as a spot for high quality street food. Maybe this next year…. Enjoy making your way through the rest of it!

Jessica: So true! Margaret: Yes, sometimes too many choices can be paralyzing. OMG Im so hungry now! These are some amazing deals. I love to eat where the locals eat! This is where you get the best deals. All that food looks absolutely AMAZING! Sally: Eating at local street stands or restaurants is often where the best food and conversation is.

Vicky: Congratulations on your upcoming trip!! Wow, what a mouth watering list! Street food is one of my favorite things in the while world. Great post, thanks! Lee: Southeast Asian curries — I really only enjoy them in their native, on the street context.

That, or when I have a kitchen to make them at home. Andrea: There are a few bits under 2 Euros in Europe, just hard to find. Happy street food eating!

Allan: The timing of your comment is perfect. I was thinking the same thing about Thai food in general. How, on the street, you can a meal for under a dollar. So, so true about Pad Thai — the absolute perfect example. Good luck and keep trying to perfect it.

I can live on Thai street food. How they can make Pad Thai and all the ingredients for the price is beyond me and no matter how hard I try to copy the recipe at home it costs 20X more and never ever tastes the same.

Great post thanks for sharing. Whaah food under 2dollar is every backpackers dream! I hope I can find food this cheap in Japan….

Another good option is go to by the department store grocery sections usually in the basement just before closing time and they will have heavily discounted a lot of their fresh foods. I really loved this list of meals from around the world. This post is my 1 inspiration keep up traveling around the world to taste different food.

Even 2 bucks can have these goodies, this is the main reason I like to travel around in Southeast Asia. Good luck with your food exploration of the world! This post may contain affiliate links.

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And you can learn more about him on the About Page and on LinkedIn. Wow, loved this compilation of goodies from around the world.

Loved the Thai curry and the Tacos in San Cristobel, Mexico!! Such lovely photos! Looking forward to trying tacos in Mexico at the end of the year! Thailand was like the dollar menu for us. Nothing better tasting perhaps not better for you than free fried stuff!

Glad the empanada recommendation in Cafayate worked out. Glad you like the CYA caveat! cosmo: Buckets of dumplings. So much great food, so little space in my tummy.

This looks like something that took hours in a crockpot to make, but in reality, the black-eyed peas soak up the flavors of an onion- and tomato-based gravy in under 30 minutes. Tuna salad deserves to be considered a dinner dish, not just a sandwich filling.

Let the pan-fried chickpeas and red endive in this recipe convince you. Pan-crisped and glazed sweet potatoes. With hearty, almost meaty lentils. And pistachios. Purchase lasagna noodles, mushrooms, mozzarella, and Parmesan. The rest of the ingredients for this cheap dinner recipe are already in your fridge or pantry.

One style of cheap meals: recipes chosen with their leftovers in mind , making two meals out of one. For example, these ground beef meatballs and their tomato sauce make for a great hoagie filling the next day.

If you've already got miso in your fridge and don't want to spend on something new, you could use that in this stew recipe instead of gochujang. It will be a whole different vibe, but a vibe nonetheless. Serve it with a poached egg and a slice of bread for a good cheap meal. Easy homemade tomato soup is an upgrade to the canned stuff, but we don't judge.

Try pouring the soup directly over the sliced sandwich for an irresistible comfort food. Consider this roast chicken your Sunday dinner. And then your Monday lunch, too. You can turn the leftover meat into pulled chicken sandwiches or a chicken noodle salad.

Do not underestimate the potential of the often underrated legume, the lentil, a key ingredient when it comes to filling but cheap meals. Our creamy, almost Alfredo pasta -looking stovetop mac and cheese is about as easy as opening one of those little boxes of shells and powdered sauce —but a lot more delicious.

Freeze half of these burgers to pull out during those times when you get the craving for fast food. Just add heat; you already paid. Here are our favorite ways to prove that a cheap meal can also be the best meal. Photograph by Isa Zapata, food styling by Emilie Fosnocht, prop styling by Emma Ringness.

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Making your own homemade Thai Red Curry Paste is an easy way to give your curry a wonderful boost of flavor. Thai Green Curry is a spicy curry with a unique, herbal flavor.

Making your own homemade Thai Green Curry Paste is an easy way to give your curry some incredible flavor. Lemon Chicken Piccata is an easy and flavorful dish that is perfect for a quick weeknight dinner.

This grilled Thai Beef Salad, Yam Neua, is a simple salad with a bright and tangy Thai dressing, making for an easy and lighter way to enjoy your summer grilled steak. Chorizo Torta Mexican Chorizo Sandwich A Mexican chorizo torta is one of the many sandwich combinations you can find in Mexico.

Kolokithokeftedes Greek Zucchini Fritters Kolokithokeftedes, zucchini fritters, are a popular meze dish in Greece that are easy and delicious with fresh flavors from herbs and feta.

Cuban Picadillo Cuban picadillo is the perfect comfort food. Masoor Dal Red Lentil Curry Masoor dal is a popular lentil curry recipe from the Indian sub-continent made with red lentils. Casamiento Salvadoran Beans and Rice Casamiento is the Salvadoran version of the ever-popular combination of rice and beans.

Makarony Po Flotski Russian Navy Style Pasta Makarony Po Flotski or Russian Navy Style Pasta is a quick, budget-friendly pasta and beef dinner. Traditional German Pork Schnitzel German Schnitzel is a quick dish of crispy breaded pork cutlets that is perfect for a weeknight dinner. Bubble and Squeak British Potato Cakes Bubble and squeak is a traditional British dish that is a comforting and delicious recipe to make with leftover vegetables.

Chinese Sichuan Mapo Tofu Mapo Tofu is a quick Chinese Sichuan dinner recipe to make at home. Pad Krapow Gai Thai Basil Chicken Pad Krapow Gai, Thai Basil Chicken, is savoury, aromatic, and garlicky.

Kolo Mee Sarawak Malaysian Dry Noodles Kolo Mee is a Sarawak Malaysian dish of dry noodles tossed in a savory pork and shallot mixture, topped off with fragrant fried onions. Minestra Maritata Italian Wedding Soup The perfect marriage of hearty meat and healthy greens, our easy Italian wedding soup recipe is quick and tasty, perfect for a chilly day.

Easy Beef and Broccoli with Venison Stir Fry This Venison Stir Fry is a spicy twist on your classic Asian beef and broccoli stir fry using venison and a Thai chili sauce for a bit of a kick. Homemade Thai Red Curry Paste And An Easy Thai Red Curry Making your own homemade Thai Red Curry Paste is an easy way to give your curry a wonderful boost of flavor.

Homemade Thai Green Curry Paste And An Easy Thai Green Curry Thai Green Curry is a spicy curry with a unique, herbal flavor. Lemon Chicken Piccata and How To Butterfly Chicken Breast Lemon Chicken Piccata is an easy and flavorful dish that is perfect for a quick weeknight dinner.

My most memorable would have to be Ayvalik toast in Turkey — a toasted sandwich stuffed with pickle, sausage, lettuce, tomatoes and French fries, slathered in sauce. The woman at the stand used to call her Red Lipstick Ajumma I used to get it from always gave me free fried stuff on top to go with it.

Not sure what the fried stuff was, but it tasted gooood! I would agree with you that Dosa is one of the most memorable dishes of India not just South India! I love it! I found a South Indian Tamil restaurant which is actually a small chain in the US NorthEast.

Best dosa ever! They make it like in India, the masala is fantastic, the dosa crispy and nutty and made into a triangle with the masala inside, a hint of ghee clarified butter on the dosa and condiments to die for!!

The restaurant specializes in Chettinad cuisine of Tamil Nadu. Ah, dosas! We have you to thank for the Casa de las Empanadas recommendation in Cafayate — they were so good and had some creative veggie options. That Turkish pizza looks amazing, and a surprising cheap eat for Germany.

Just reading this post had my mouth watering, the Empanadas all through South America really were great, Empanadas de Queso were my favourite- simple, cheap and and delicious- perfect for on-the-go as you said. Thanks for the great post!

Love the photos and descriptions! Steamed pork buns in Asia were another one of my cheap and delicious favorites. Chinese dumplings definitely top my list!

Even in Shanghai they are pretty cheap. I could eat buckets of them! The hawker centers of Singapore and izakayas of Japan are great places to feast on the cheap.

Well most of them look delicious, so it would most definitely be worth saving the money. We have a lot of delicious food around here Portugal , but you would have a very hard time finding any deals like these.

It does give an idea where one might be able to afford to travel to, even if the plane costs more. I just crossed the border between Cambodia and Thailand and while I was forced to wait for a bus that never existed, dollar pad Thai was my savior. Fresh spring rolls in Vietnam, about eight for a dollar, were by far the best.

This list is making me hungry! One of my faves is the Nicaraguan guirila, a thick corn tortilla wrapped in banana leaves and stuffed with fresh cuajada cheese, 9 cordobas about 45 cents apiece. Food is one of my favourite things about travel, and almost everywhere I have been the food has been so much cheaper than here in Australia.

Travelling through Asia was just delightful with all of the cheap street food everywhere 🙂 Great post! Great post. You just named all my favourites in SEA, Thais, Myanmar and Vietnam! Even in Malaysia, you can eat for maybe USD1.

Great post… loved the shot of the Mandalay Chapati! Tom: I figured Korea and Taiwan both would feature in feedback on this list. Thanks for sharing your your low-budget, high-value world cuisine dining experiences. Sutapa: Glad you liked it. A small chain the U.

that does dosa? Erin: Malaysian dosai are amazing. It was incredible how fabulous and cheap they were in Kuala Lumpur, possibly even cheaper than in India. Yes, tacos. Street food in the U.

can be trendy. However, our recent experience in Portland proved that it can be done right and reasonably priced. Check out the Portland food carts. Great world cuisine and very reasonably priced. Also, we try to find food that has some vegetable variety as well.

Kate: Pork buns are nice. Had some good ones in China, but my favorites are in San Francisco, actually. And they were cheap when I was there. Mark: Yes! We overlooked food in Egypt, especially Cairo. Thanks for the addition!

Zanzabari mix. Noah: Thai food and Southeast Asian cuisine in general is pretty fabulous. And so cheap. All the morning soups across all the countries there are amazing. David: Yes, cost of cuisine is definitely something to factor into the travel planning, particularly if you plan on spending a significant chunk of time somewhere, and a significant amount of time eating like we tend to do.

Darrin: Wow, a Nicaraguan find. Ana: Yes, even in New York, cheap, high value cuisine is possible. Chinatown is a great place to look. Great idea for a blog post!

You really can eat like a king for not very much at all. Love this post. I have always wanted to try out Thai dishes from street vendors unlike the ones they serve here inside a fancy restaurant in the states.

For more amazing street food, you should definitely visit Taiwan. Their unique night markets will blow your mind off with lots of tasty food.

aww wanna try these so bad! Awesome list! What I love is that not only are these meals cheap, but in places like Thailand, often when you order food, they literally go back to their kitchen and cook it from scratch for you.

I just finished lunch and still you were able to make my stomach grumble. These meals all look incredible. Thanks for sharing 🙂. All of this looks so good. A couple of months ago I got to try dosa and have been craving it again ever since! Eva: Glad to hear that the Georgian entry piqued your interest.

Georgian food is truly wonderful. Thinking of making a return trip there just to eat 🙂. Simon: Southeast Asia is incredible for cheap and high quality food!! Enjoy all your eating opportunities there. Michelle: Thanks for the recommendation for Taiwan as a spot for high quality street food. Maybe this next year….

Enjoy making your way through the rest of it! Jessica: So true! Margaret: Yes, sometimes too many choices can be paralyzing. OMG Im so hungry now! These are some amazing deals. I love to eat where the locals eat! This is where you get the best deals. All that food looks absolutely AMAZING!

Sally: Eating at local street stands or restaurants is often where the best food and conversation is. Vicky: Congratulations on your upcoming trip!!

Wow, what a mouth watering list! Street food is one of my favorite things in the while world. Great post, thanks! Lee: Southeast Asian curries — I really only enjoy them in their native, on the street context.

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I found a South Indian Tamil restaurant which is actually a small chain in the US NorthEast. Best dosa ever! They make it like in India, the masala is fantastic, the dosa crispy and nutty and made into a triangle with the masala inside, a hint of ghee clarified butter on the dosa and condiments to die for!!

The restaurant specializes in Chettinad cuisine of Tamil Nadu. Ah, dosas! We have you to thank for the Casa de las Empanadas recommendation in Cafayate — they were so good and had some creative veggie options. That Turkish pizza looks amazing, and a surprising cheap eat for Germany.

Just reading this post had my mouth watering, the Empanadas all through South America really were great, Empanadas de Queso were my favourite- simple, cheap and and delicious- perfect for on-the-go as you said. Thanks for the great post!

Love the photos and descriptions! Steamed pork buns in Asia were another one of my cheap and delicious favorites. Chinese dumplings definitely top my list!

Even in Shanghai they are pretty cheap. I could eat buckets of them! The hawker centers of Singapore and izakayas of Japan are great places to feast on the cheap. Well most of them look delicious, so it would most definitely be worth saving the money. We have a lot of delicious food around here Portugal , but you would have a very hard time finding any deals like these.

It does give an idea where one might be able to afford to travel to, even if the plane costs more. I just crossed the border between Cambodia and Thailand and while I was forced to wait for a bus that never existed, dollar pad Thai was my savior.

Fresh spring rolls in Vietnam, about eight for a dollar, were by far the best. This list is making me hungry! One of my faves is the Nicaraguan guirila, a thick corn tortilla wrapped in banana leaves and stuffed with fresh cuajada cheese, 9 cordobas about 45 cents apiece.

Food is one of my favourite things about travel, and almost everywhere I have been the food has been so much cheaper than here in Australia.

Travelling through Asia was just delightful with all of the cheap street food everywhere 🙂 Great post! Great post. You just named all my favourites in SEA, Thais, Myanmar and Vietnam! Even in Malaysia, you can eat for maybe USD1. Great post… loved the shot of the Mandalay Chapati!

Tom: I figured Korea and Taiwan both would feature in feedback on this list. Thanks for sharing your your low-budget, high-value world cuisine dining experiences. Sutapa: Glad you liked it.

A small chain the U. that does dosa? Erin: Malaysian dosai are amazing. It was incredible how fabulous and cheap they were in Kuala Lumpur, possibly even cheaper than in India. Yes, tacos. Street food in the U.

can be trendy. However, our recent experience in Portland proved that it can be done right and reasonably priced. Check out the Portland food carts. Great world cuisine and very reasonably priced. Also, we try to find food that has some vegetable variety as well.

Kate: Pork buns are nice. Had some good ones in China, but my favorites are in San Francisco, actually. And they were cheap when I was there. Mark: Yes! We overlooked food in Egypt, especially Cairo. Thanks for the addition! Zanzabari mix. Noah: Thai food and Southeast Asian cuisine in general is pretty fabulous.

And so cheap. All the morning soups across all the countries there are amazing. David: Yes, cost of cuisine is definitely something to factor into the travel planning, particularly if you plan on spending a significant chunk of time somewhere, and a significant amount of time eating like we tend to do.

Darrin: Wow, a Nicaraguan find. Ana: Yes, even in New York, cheap, high value cuisine is possible. Chinatown is a great place to look. Great idea for a blog post! You really can eat like a king for not very much at all. Love this post. I have always wanted to try out Thai dishes from street vendors unlike the ones they serve here inside a fancy restaurant in the states.

For more amazing street food, you should definitely visit Taiwan. Their unique night markets will blow your mind off with lots of tasty food. aww wanna try these so bad!

Awesome list! Thanks for posting these! Saving this for next week 🙂. I am such a foodie and have been experimenting in my kitchen, but not too exotically.

Love that you gave vegetarian recommendations as well! Thank you. What a fun post!! I honestly had no idea that Welsh rarebit was just cheese on toast. I always thought it was something so much more exotic than that hahaha.

All of these look delicious. OMG Shakshuka you are speaking to my soul! That is one of my favorite dishes. That and lasagna 🙂 Thanks for all of these recipes! All of the dishes you posted look absolutely delicious!

Additionally, I learned something new about each dish. Oh this is such a fun post. We do travel themed date nights, and these dishes are just what I need to add some more countries to that.

I often cooked things at home that I ate during my travels. You can make the Pad Thai, Jollof rice and shakshuka vegan very easily 🙂 cooking is such a fun way to bring back memories of our trips. I love this idea, especially with traveling being so limited right now.

The Welsh dish sounds so yummy! Never read things like this before dinner. Guess I have my next week of meals sorted. The Korean Fried Chicken sounds like an amazing meal to fix at home. I love how you gave a little background about each dish. I always learn something visiting your blog. Thanks girl!

Thank you 🙂 Food origins are absolutely fascinating too. The Korean fried chicken is such a fun dish to make at home.

I got so hungry reading this. I really liked to hear the stories behind the foods. The pics are amazing. These look so easy and delicious! Thanks for these! Oh they all look so delicious! Thanks for the great suggestions! I love to try various cuisines around the world and thanks to your post with so many interesting recipes.

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Great collection of recipes to travel around the world from our own kitchen! Thanks for sharing! Thank you, we might not be able to travel but our taste buds can! Saving this for next week 🙂 Reply. Thank you, happy cooking!

love all the inspo of dishes from around the world! Perfect opportunity to make a few! Thank you and definitely! Thank you 🙂 Reply. HIGH-PROTEIN SLOW COOKER PORK CARNITAS. From a nutritional standpoint, pork has varying amounts of fat, depending on the cut, but a 3.

Plus, pork is a complete protein, meaning it contains all nine essential amino acids. INSTANT POT CHICKPEA TIKKA MASALA. This Indian dish is normally made with chicken that is marinated in yogurt and spices, but we are opting for the vegan version. Chickpeas have protein and fiber, which work together to slow digestion.

In addition, they have folate to promote growth and support pregnancy as well as manganese, which is used in a variety of metabolic functions. If you already have the spice on hand, your grocery bill will be much cheaper. SPICY LENTIL SHAKSHUKA WITH GARLICKY YOGURT.

Now, it is most commonly referenced as an Israeli food. Green lentils have a whopping 18 grams of protein and 16 grams of fiber per cup. Not only that, but they also contain an array of micronutrients to promote optimal health and well-being. The recipe calls for canned tomatoes, which are a better source of the antioxidant lycopene than fresh tomatoes.

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