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10 World Cup winning dishes to try out at home

written by EatOut 17th June 2014

The World Cup is a feast of football. But this month can be a fun time in the kitchen too.

Think about it: 32 different nations have been battling it out in Brazil, meaning many cuisines to choose from for a theme night.

Well, we decided to narrow it down a bit with some delicious recipes from the winning teams. Here is our list!

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Shutterstock / Flickr: akras

Brazil: Coxinha

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https://www.flickr.com/photos/brunobucci/9721033596/in/photostream/

Coxinha is one of Brazil’s favorite snacks, which imitates the shape of a chicken drumstick. It is made of crispy battered and fried chicken. Find the recipe here.

Mexico: Tacos al Pastor

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These are made of delicious, slow-roasted pork, marinated in a magical adobo sauce. Find the recipe here.

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Netherlands: Bitterballen

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Rob Bouwman / Shutterstock

Some delicious meat croquettes to eat while you cheer for the Netherlands. Find the recipe here.

Chile: Completo

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https://www.flickr.com/photos/40726522@N02/5132585199

The Chilean version of hot dogs, with guacamole and basically anything else you could wish for. Find the recipe here.

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Colombia: Arepas

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seriouseats.com

These gooey, cheese-filled corn flatbread are sold outside stadiums in Colombia. Find the recipe here.

Ivory Coast: Alloco

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rastaseed.com

Fried plantains. Need I say more? Find the recipe here.

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Shutterstock / Flickr: amaynez

Costa Rica: Tacos Ticos

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https://www.flickr.com/photos/ppohio

These are the Coast Rican version of tacos. They look a little bit like taquitos, but toppings are crucial in the preparation of Tacos Ticos. Here is the recipe.

Italy: Ricotta Pizza with Fresh and Roasted Tomatoes

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marthastewart.com

Pizzaaaaaaaaaaaaa. That’s all. Find the recipe here.

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Switzerland: Swiss Cheese Fondue

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Bernd Juergens / Via Shutterstock

Melted cheese and bread. Is there anything better in this world? I think not. Find the recipe here.

France: Baked Camembert 

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jamieoliver.com

Cheese-themed snacks (both gooey and light as air) to go with your wine or beer as you watch the French team. Here is the recipe.

 

 

 

 

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