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Philippines: Sinigang, Paksiw, Tinola, Adobo, Lechon
Malaysia: Nasi Lemak, Laksa, Nasi Goreng
Indonesia: Soto, Gado-gado, Sate
Brunie: Ambuyat
Singapore: Hainanese Chicken Rice, Chili Crab
Thailand: Pad Thai, Tom Yam Goong
Japan: Sushi
Laos: Tum Mak Hoong (Green papaya salad), Larb with sticky rice
Cambodia: Amok trey, Samlor Kako
China: Peking Duck, Dumplings, Lo mein, Chow mein, Fried rice
Hongkong: Crispy fried chicken
Macau: Minchee
Taiwan:Beef noodle soup, minced pork rice
Timor Leste: Ikan Pepes
Myanmar: Mohinga
Vietnam: Bánh mì
Canada: PoutineNanaimo bar,  Butter tartsMaroni and cheeseTourtière, Fried dough
Ginger beef, California roll, Peameal bacon
United States:
Mexico: Taco, Mole poblano
Panama: Sancocho de gallina
Afghanistan: Kabuli Palaw
Albania: Tavë kosi
 Algeria: Couscous, chakhchoukha
 Andorra: Escudella
 Angola: Muamba de galinha
 Antigua and Barbuda: Pepperpot, Fungee
Argentine empanadas
 Argentina: AsadoEmpanadaLocro, Milanesa, Choripán
 Armenia: Khash, Harissa, Dolma, Khorovats
 Aruba: Keshi yena
 Australia: Vegemite on toast, Meat pieRoast lamb,
 Austria: Wiener Schnitzel
 Styria: Fried Chicken, Corn Salad
Upper Austria: Knödel
Azerbaijan: Dolma, qutab
Bahamas: Crack conch with peas and rice
Bahrain: Machboos
Bangladesh: Rice and Ilish, Shorshe Ilish, Machh bhaja, Machher Jhol, Bhuna, Chicken Korma[
Barbados: Cou-Cou and Flying Fish
Belarus: Draniki
Belgium: Moules-frites\Mosselen-friet, Belgian wafflefrites
Belize: Boil up, Fry jack
Benin: Kuli Kuli
Bermuda: Bermuda fish chowder
Bhutan: Ema datshi
Bolivia: SalteñasSilpancho
Bosnia and Herzegovina: Bosnian potĆevapi
 Botswana: Seswaa
Brazil: Feijoada
Brunei: Ambuyat
Bulgaria: Banitsa, Bob chorba, Shopska salad
Burkina Faso: Riz GrasBurundi: Boko-Boko (Swahili-Burundian harees)
 Haiti: Red beans and rice (unofficial), Diri ak djon djon
Honduras: Baleada, Carne asada, Sopa de caracoHungary: GoulashHalászlé, Chicken paprikash, Pörkölt, Lecsó, Töltött káposzta, Hortobágyi palacsinta, Lángos, Kürtőskalács, Szilvásgombóc, Somlói galuska, Dobos torta, Csöröge
Iceland: Hákarl, Þorramatur, Pylsur
Tumpeng, yellow rice cone surrounded with various Indonesian dishes. One of national dishes of Indonesia
India: Due to its diverse culinary traditions, India does not have a national dish. There were rumours that the government of India was planning on designating Khichdi as a national dish but it was later refuted by the government.[57][58]
Indonesia: SotoRendangSateNasi goreng, Gado gadoTumpeng
Iran: Abgoosht, Fesenjan, Chelo kabab Ghormeh sabzi
Iraq: MasgoufDolma, Quzi, Kleicha
Ireland: Irish stewbreakfast rollColcannon, Spice bag, Chicken Fillet Roll
Israel: Meorav Yerushalmi
Polenta, Italy
Nasi lemak is a national dish of Malaysia, served with anchovies, peanuts, boiled egg, lamb curry, cucumber, vegetables, and "sambal tumis" (hot spicy sauce).
Couscous, Morocco and Algeria
Dal bhat, Nepal
Oman: Shuwa
Biryani, a spicy national dish of Pakistan
Philippine adobo, a national dish of the Philippines
Pierogi ruskie ("Ruthenian dumplings"), the most enduring of Polish culinary traditions, recall the Ruthenian culinary traditions of the former Polish eastern territories (Kresy), national dish of Poland.
 Poland: Bigos, PierogiKotlet schabowy, Żurek, Gołąbki
Cozido à Portuguesa, a national dish of Portugal
 Portugal: Cozido à Portuguesa, Bacalhau, Sardinhas, Francesinha
 Qatar: Machboos
Sarmale with mămăligă, national dishes of Romania and Moldova
Hainanese chicken rice, a national dish of Singapore
Swedish crayfish called Kräftskiva
Trinidadian doubles
Ukrainian borscht
A Sunday roast—in this example, mashed potatoes, vegetables is a national dish of the UK - the addition of mini Yorkshire puddings here mark this variation as specifically English.
Vietnamese bánh mì
 Yemen: Kabsa, Haneeth, Saltah, Mandi
Zambia: Nshima
 Zimbabwe: Sadza
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