What People in Different Counties Eat During the Holiday Season

The holiday season is here, the season that includes lots of fun, Christmas carols, and the most important thing that is different delicious delicacies. The season is celebrated in many countries around the world, and food is a vital part of the celebration. Every region follows its traditions and cooks its traditional delicacies.

For example, in the UK, the pudding is popular, and in the US, the houses are filled with the aroma of roasted ham and turkey. Food has the power to unite and build up a strong bond between the communities, and it also helps to keep a common sign among the community.

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Kentucky Fried Chicken

Yes, you read it right -it’s KFC. In Japan, KFC plays a leading role in the dinner table on Christmas. KFC is a huge part of the event because of a marketing drive in the 1970s. The craze continues, and people enjoy KFC meals.

The Christmas Turkey

In America, a Christmas meal is incomplete without turkey. People in America have their method to cook a turkey. Some people slow cook the whole turkey in an oven without any stuffing, and some families like to prepare turkey with some stuffing like sage and onion stuffing. It’s traditional that’s going on for decades and still fills up hearts and bellies.

Buche de Noel

It is a cake which is among the signature dishes on Christmas eve in France. The cake is frosted with and buttercream and decorated with holiday themes. Apart from a cake, the people in France also include turkey with chestnuts, Coquilles Saint-Jacques (a dish prepared by merging scallops, herbs, and cheese) in their Christmas dinner.

Tamales

This dish is famous in Mexico for Christmas meals. Preparing this dish involves a lot of effort and time; therefore, this dish is mostly cooked on holidays. Tamales are steamed to make soft dough and are stuffed with pork or beef. Another popular dish in Mexico for Christmas is chiles en nogada (prepared with the combination of Pablo pepper, meat, and walnut sauce).

Porridge

This is a famous dish among the Russians for Christmas. Generally, Russians fast on Christmas day, break their fast after seeing the first star of the night. Then they eat porridge which is made up of rice or wheat base. You can decorate it with your favourite toppings like fruits, nuts, honey, etc.

Barszcz con pierogi

It is a Christmas dish from Poland. Poland is a country that has lots of Christmas traditions accompanied by some superstitions. One superstition is that the dinner table on Christmas eve must be in a set of 12 to honour the 12 chief disciples of Jesus Christ and serve them with red barszcz. The dish is prepared with beetroot combined with pierogi.

Bacalhau

This is a traditional dish of Portugal prepared on Christmas eve. This dish is made by combining boiled potatoes and vegetables.

Melomakaroma

The sweet dish is made up of flour, olive oil, and honey. You will find this dish in almost every home on Christmas in Greece.

Cappelletti in brodo

It is a soup made with chicken and ricotta, which is cooked in a capon broth famous in Italy. In Italy, due to religious belief, many Christmas dishes are not combined with meats, but cappelletti is an exception.

Lebkuchen

A gingerbread or lebkuchen is a classic dessert in Germany on Christmas eve. You can get it from any market (online or offline) in Germany.

Christmas Pudding

A classic dessert of the United Kingdom on Christmas eve prepared with the combination of cinnamon, dates, and nuts. The most surprising ingredient the pudding holds is that it is flavoured with brandy which makes it delicious. You can make it at home or grab it from the market available at different prices.

The holiday season is the time to be with your loved ones, present them with wonderful gifts, and remember unforgettable memories with them. Food is a fantastic add-on to the celebrations you have in mind. Through delectable meals, you can follow your family tradition by cooking classic dishes. The occasion is celebrated in many countries following their traditions, but the common thing between their celebration is food. It is a powerful weapon to unite the community.

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