Which country has the spiciest food?
Indian and Thai food is known to be spicey however there are other countries with food that's just as spicey or spicier such as Korean.
I would say that it is a close finish between a number of countries. However, if I had to pick one...I would choose India. Authentic Indian curried dishes (which, by the way, those served in U.S. restaurants are not) are so spicy, they will, literally make the eyes, of the one eating them, water!
Ya, I'd say Thai food as well. Also, I had a roommate once from Sri Lanka and I couldn't go near the stuff he cooked. I think he said their food tended to be a little spicier than Indian.
Indian food. Some dishes can easily give that burning sensation to your mouth if you are not used to it.
Indian or Thai food is very spicy. A lot of people may think some Chinese dishes are quite spicy, but they are no where near as spicy as Thai or Indian food. I would personally say Indian food is the spiciest.
Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand. Some dishes will burn through your tongue but most people don't know about them because they don't sell that well in restaurants anymore
You find spicy cuisines throughout the tropics. In warm, damp climates, food spoils rapidly. Using ingredients to make it safer and to cover the off taste becomes the norm.
India has the spiciest food for sure. In fact south east and far east countries do cook spicy food.
by Rumana 5 years ago
When I went to Australia for my studies, I was shocked to see that people were just crazy after Indian food. All the Indian restaurants were doing great business.What about you? Are you also fond of Indian food?
by sophs 8 years ago
There are so many tasty foods in the world but which type of food is your favourite, if you have a favourite e.g. Chinese food, Mexican food, Indian food, Greek food, Thai food etc etc:-)
by Bikash jha 8 years ago
trouble you get into as you tried to eat hot and spicy indian food for first time. i am not trying to offence anybody but if you have tried indian food for first time and spicy food is not in your normal routine or traditional menu, this thing would have been more than funny to you, i guess painful...
by Denise Handlon 5 years ago
With all of the very many varieties of cuisine to choose from, what is your favorite type of food to eat...it can include your own country's food.
by Laura Schneider 5 years ago
Is "authentic" Mexican food as spicey as restaurants typically serve it in the U.S.?
by SportsBetter 4 years ago
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