This is the food Romanians miss the most when abroad, according to data

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A new study, conducted by Unforgettable Travel, has found out which foods around the world people miss the most… perfect for anyone planning to visit a new country and wondering what culinary delicacy to try whilst there!

And whilst there are a number of ‘most missed’ foods on the map that are quite, well, unsurprising (like Rare Steak in Argentina and Pasteis de Nata in Portugal), there are some pretty unique and lesser-known foods that should be firmly on people’s food bucket lists…

And in Romania, it’s the delicious Papanasi! Which is unsurprising for anyone who has tasted the delicious sweet doughnuts!

The wonderfully simple Hot Dog in Iceland, for example, which is made from organic, Icelandic lamb and topped with both crispy and raw onions, sweet mustard, apple ketchup and remoulade.

In India, it is Chaat that people miss – a roadside food that usually features some kind of fried dough with various ingredients that typically create a spicy, tangy, or salty flavour.

And in the home of world-favourite pizza and pasta – Italy? It is the lighter yet richer-flavoured version of ice cream, Gelato, that takes the crown as the food that people miss the most.

For example, Eggs Benedict was the ‘most missed’ food from Australia – although, this might not be that surprising for anyone who has experienced the outstanding Australian brunch culture!

In Iceland, for example, it is the wonderfully simple Hot Dog that is ‘most missed’ – and what sets these sausage sandwiches apart from others is that they’re made from organic, free-range Icelandic lamb and topped with both crispy and raw onions, sweet mustard, apple ketchup and remoulade.

And in Italy, the home of world-favourite pizza and pasta, it is Gelato that won the title of the food that people ‘miss the most’. A lighter yet richer flavoured version of ice cream.

Interestingly, the food ‘most missed’ from the United States is a dish that does not actually derive from the country but instead from its Southern neighbour. Yet Tacos have filtered into America over the years and now the tasty snack can be found in many establishments around the country.

And, if you’ve ever been to Great Britain’s seaside, you will certainly have tried the Nation’s ‘most missed’ food – Fish and Chips. Smothered in salt, soused with vinegar, and wrapped in newspaper… it’s clearly left an impression on many.

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