best of street food from asia

Halo-halo, Philippines

Cubed yam, taro, coconut flakes, tapioca pearls, flan, sweetened beans, plantain, and a long list of other ingredients are included in Halo Halo

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Gado gado, Indonesia

Gado gado, which translates to "mix-mix," is a filling dish that combines delicious ingredients with a bounty of veggies in a rich, peanutty sauce.

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Cheong fun, Hong Kong

After being steamed, folded, and stuffed with char siu (Chinese barbecued pork), dried shrimp, beef, or vegetables, these rice rolls are made.

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Banh mi, Vietnam

Pork, pickled carrots, coriander, chilli, and a generous spread of pâté between two crispy, fluffy baguettes makes up this traditional sandwich.

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Hoppers,
Sri Lanka

Appa, also known as hoppers, are formed from a batter of fermented rice flour and coconut milk.

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Jalebi, India

Jalebi is a saffron-flavored funnel cake that is bright orange and covered in simple syrup.

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Khao jee, Laos

Khao jee has a dazzling golden hue, a sweet and nutty flavour, and a pleasantly chewy texture thanks to a thin egg covering and a faint grill char.

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Khao soi, Thailand

Khao Soi is a curry noodle soup that is popular in Northern Thailand and is topped with deep-fried egg noodles.

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