Food trivia. Can you pass this international cuisine quiz?

Food trivia
Food trivia

Food trivia. This trivia quiz is designed to test your understanding of international dishes and their country of origin. It consists of 15 questions about international dishes and their country of origin. Each question requires a single correct answer.

Food trivia. Can you pass this international cuisine quiz?

The quiz aims to assess your knowledge and understanding of various international cuisines and their origin countries. The questions may cover a range of dishes, including but not limited to popular main courses, appetizers, desserts, and beverages.

The questions in the quiz may require you to recall the name of the dish and its place of origin or identify the country of origin based on its traditional ingredients or cooking methods. The quiz may also include some fun facts and interesting tidbits about the dish’s history and cultural significance.

Quiz: How well do you know the world’s cuisines?

The quiz is a great way to challenge your knowledge of international cuisines, learn something new, and explore the diverse culinary traditions of different countries.

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  • Question of

    “Pierogi” is a type of dumpling with varied fillings like meat, cheese, potato or sauerkraut, topped with sour cream, melted butter or fried onions. From where?

    • Russia
    • Italy
    • Poland
    • Switzerland
  • Question of

    A salad recipe from Thailand mixes garlic, chillies, string beans, dried shrimp, green papaya and, yes… peanuts! What is it called?

    • Koi Khai Mot Dang
    • Som Tam
  • Question of

    The earliest known recipe for potato chips (1817) appeared in a cookbook from what country?

    • Germany
    • United States
    • France
    • Great Britain
  • Question of

    “Kubie burger” is a type of hamburger made with Ukrainian sausage. Where does this name come from?

    • Alberta, Canada
    • Minnesota, USA
    • Hamburg, Germany
    • Kiev, Ukraine
  • Question of

    Weird facts: What is the most stolen food in the world?

    • Potato chips
    • Bread
    • Cheese
    • Cake
  • Question of

    What type of food breaks down into an opioid during digestion (not morphine or heroin, but still an opioid)?

    • Rye bread
    • Cheese
    • Potatos
    • Sausages
  • Question of

    “Rice chicken” with sliced cucumber added is the national dish of:

    • Vietnam
    • Singapore
    • Philippines
    • Myanmar
  • Question of

    Weird facts: How many licks does it take to get through a scoop of ice cream?

    • 25
    • 40
    • 50
    • 35
  • Question of

    Dating back to 5000 BC, which is the oldest known food still widely consumed in the world?

    • Oat
    • Rice
    • Wheat
    • Corn
  • Question of

    When is USA’s National Cake Day?

    • November 26th
    • June 11th
    • April 5th
    • August 20th
  • Question of

    What place on earth produces the rare “ice cream bean”, a fruit that tastes exactly like vanilla ice cream?

    • Bangkok, Thailand
    • Atlas Mountains, Morocco
    • Belem do Pará, Brazil
    • Hawaii, United States
  • Question of

    Different eggshell colors indicate nutritional advantages.

    • True
    • False
  • Question of

    A crispy, rice-batter crepe from India, stuffed with mashed potatos, dipped in coconut chutney, pickles, tomato-and-lentil-based sauces and spices.

    • Dum aloo
    • Masala dosa
    • Palak paneer
  • Question of

    Who made the first noodles 4000 years ago with millet grass grain?

    • The Italians
    • The Russians
    • The Chinese
    • The Indians
  • Question of

    “Poutine”, a dish made with French fries, cheese curds and brown gravy is typical of:

    • France
    • Belgium
    • Haiti
    • Canada

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