The Most Popular Condiments From Around The World - Mashed (2023)

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ByDebra Kelly/Updated: March 29, 2021 7:28 pm EDT

While some might condemn condiments as the last resort to making a bad meal not-so-bad, we think that's absolutely unfair. Condiments are much, much more than just something you slather on a hot dog to cover the taste of that hot dog, and when they're done right, they compliment the meal — they don't overpower it.

Is it a surprise that most of us have a refrigerator door filled with open, half-used bottles and jars of condiments? It shouldn't be. Condiments are wonderful, if for no reason other than the fact they allow us to easily cater to the different tastes of everyone sitting around the dinner table. And that's a win any night of the week. The draw is inexplicable, and even if you know you have literally no more room, the temptation to buy more when you see cool new jars and sauces at the grocery store is real. Just one more type of spicy mustard, you tell yourself, because this is a different sort of spicy mustard than the three you already have open. At least you're not alone.

Did you ever wonder what a refrigerator door (or cabinet, or cupboard) might look like on the other side of the world? What condiments are other cultures using with their other, unfamiliar types of food? Let's find out (and put more on your to-buy-from-Amazon list)!

Lingonberry jam is a popular condiment in Scandinavia

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At the risk of sounding like the beginning of a bad joke, let's ask this: How popular is lingonberry jam? It's so popular that you can get it in the most popular of all Swedish stores: IKEA. They even call it "Super-Swedish," and it's no wonder. Lingonberries can be found growing wild in forests across Norway and Sweden.They're sometimes called mountain cranberries, and according to Swedish Food, they're very similar to cranberries in a few ways. They're hard when they're on the bush and bitter when they're raw, but once you cook them with some sugar they turn into a hugely popular condiment. Depending on how it's prepared, it can be as thick and as sweet as a typical jam, or it can come with more tangy tartness than sweetness.

Lingonberry jam is served with a number of meals, from breakfast porridge to potato pancakes, cabbage rolls, and meats like game and fish. Even better? If you didn't think Swedish meatballs could get any better, try them the traditional way: with lingonberry jam. The idea might sound a little odd, but it's no stranger than cranberry sauce... right?

Agliata is a condiment that gets a lot of love in Italy

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Condiments and pasta don't seem to go together at first glance, but according to Taste Atlas, the Italian condiment agliata, also known as garlic sauce, is still a popular choice for using with all different kinds of pasta, fish, and meat dishes. It's typically made by blending garlic with bread crumbs, vinegar, and sometimes olive oil.

Agliata dates back to ancient Rome and was used by all classes of people, from the rich to the poor. It likely originated in the region of Liguria — near Genoa — and spread from there as not just a condiment, but a preservative. That means it hasn't just been popular, it's also practical: the Sardinian version, made with tomatoes and red wine vinegar, has such a high garlic and vinegar content, it was used by fishermen to preserve their catches while still on the boat.

Berkeley Wellness says it's super easy to make — even if you're not in Italy — and it's very similar in texture to a pesto that uses breadcrumbs in lieu of cheese. It's thick consistency is the reason for its wide range of uses.

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Gochujang has been a popular Korean condiment for a very long time

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When the Journal of Ethnic Foodspublished an entire paper on the history and importance of gochujang, they called it "an age-old ethnic food" and one of "the most fundamental" types of sauces in Korean cuisine — and it's been around for a long, long time.

There are scattered mentions of gochujang being used over the course of thousands of years, and it's been a staple item of mealtimes for hundreds. It was even medicinal, recommended for those suffering from digestive issues and given to anyone who was showing signs of a stroke.

So, what is it this Korean condiment? It's a pasty red pepper sauce that you often see accompanying dishes of all kinds, and many families make it from scratch (although in the West, you can pick it up in the specialty section of your grocery store). Making it is a long process — it's basically dried soybeans, red peppers native to Korea, rice flour, and salt, all fermented for months. Fermentation, we all know, is pretty much magic.

Depending on the type, Good Food describes it as being anywhere from slightly to extraordinarily spicy, with a salty sweetness that helps cut through all the heat and make it much more than your typical hot sauce. When it's used as a condiment, it's typically cut with a mixture of sugar, vinegar, and water, and put on everything from pork chops to carrots and cabbage.

Vegemite and Marmite are different, but equally popular in Australia and Britain

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If you ever want to confirm someone is really, truly Australian, just ask them what they think of Vegemite. If the answer is anything but, "I love it!", they just might be faking. According toHuffPost, more than 22 million jars of the stuff are sold every year, and it's found in pretty much every Australian kitchen.

And to outsiders, it's weird. It was invented in 1922 when a cheesemaker stumbled onto the idea of making a yeasty, savory spread. It's still made with brewer's yeast today — and in much the same way — and it's surprisingly packed full of all kinds of vitamins. Sometimes it's an ingredient in things, but usually it's just smeared on some toast and particularly, tomato toast.

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Let's follow that with a public service announcement: Vegemite is not the same as Marmite.

Marmite is a similar-but-completely-different brown, yeast-based spread that's popular in Britain, and it's so popular The Guardian says it's seen as one of those quintessentially, uniquely British things. Sort of like the Queen. In 2016, the fallout over Brexit resulted in Marmite manufacturer Unilever trying to raise the price, and if you think Britain's supermarket chains were fine with that, you underestimate the power of Marmite. Grocery giant Tesco refused to accept the price hike, and a standoff — and some chaos — ensued. The crisis was resolved, but it just goes to show: don't mess with the Marmite.

Datu Puti is an irreplaceable condiment in the Philippines

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When Shiela Mcaleer left Manila and made her way to Sydney, she went from struggling to find work to support her family to running a successful catering and import business. When she spoke to Food & Drink about the most important ingredients in any Filipino kitchen, one of her staples was the spicy white vinegar, Datu Puti.

It wasn't just a staple, it was "the most important for Filipinos," according to her. It's not just white vinegar, either, it's jazzed up with chili, garlic, and ginger. It's super tart and super hot, and it's a total necessity.

According to Epicurious, Mcaleer's spiced white vinegar is just one of many types of vinegar typically used not only as condiments, but as an ingredient — and sometimes as cold medicine. Datu Puti is one of the most popular brands, and after showing up on the market in 1975, they won the hearts — and loyalty — of a lot of people with their "sour face" advertising campaign (via Yahoo!). And when a product is versatile, delicious, and it can make you laugh, it's no wonder so many people love it.

Harissa is North Africa's favorite condiment

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NPR calls it "North Africa's Favorite Hot Sauce," because when their Morning Edition crew drove 2,000 miles across Africa, they found it was served everywhere along the way. It's most popular as a condiment in Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, and Libya, and it's a must-try for anyone who loves some serious spice in their meals.

There are a ton of different recipes for harissa, but the most basic components are hot peppers, salt, garlic, and olive oil. Then, there's usually a pile of various spices added to finish off creating a condiment that's as versatile as it is hot, spicy, and flavorful. It's definitely not for the faint of heart, but if you love an extra kick to your meals, it's definitely worth giving this one a try. And there are a ton of ways you can do just that.

Harissa is used on pretty much everything, served alongside snacks and even just with bread, and it's also used as a base for stews and other dishes. Dean & Deluca say it can come as anything from a thin liquid, to a thick paste, to a puree, and suggest that the darker the chilies and chili powder, the better the harissa.

Tahini is a popular condiment in the Middle East — and around the world

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What is tahini? The Nosher describes it as a kitchen staple "that we used on everything — from breakfast to dinner there's always an opportunity to use it."

Still vague? Tahini is essentially a paste made from sesame seeds, and it's believed to have been invented in the area around the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers, at about the same time sesame seeds were regularly grown and turned into sesame seed oil. All this was happening around 3,500 years ago, and it was made by separating the sections of the sesame seed and grinding the bran part of into a smooth, creamy paste. It's the same tahini that you can still buy today, although you can also make it at home by using the whole seed and a blender.

You don't need to go through all that work, though — you can pick it up at Trader Joe's (or really, and large grocery store). Once you get it, what should you do with it? Use a dollop in your homemade hummus, drizzle it on your salad, or use it to give your pita sandwiches an entirely new and nutty flavor. And according to chef Ashley Christensen (via HuffPost), you can also add sea salt, garlic, and some lemon juice to it before running it through a food processor and turning it into a creamy whipped spread. Win!

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Currywurst sauce is a staple condiment in Berlin, Germany

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Food historian Ken Albala says (via The Conversation) that ketchup is pretty much at the top of the list when it comes to popular condiments in a number of countries, and that's true of Germany, too... sort of. Berlin's condiment of choice is a little different, and it's actually called currywurst sauce.

Germany's love for their sausages is legendary, and if you happen to be in Berlin you'll find a special sort of wurst: the currywurst. According to Matador, currywurst was dreamed up by a street food vendor working the crowds during the Cold War. There were a ton of soldiers there, and so she combined three incredible things into something even better. She used curry powder — a longtime favorite of the British — to spice up her ketchup, and slathered it over German sausages. Currywurst was born and today, it's estimated there's somewhere between 800 and 850 million portions of the dish are eaten every year.

According to The Local, many currywurst vendors have their own recipe for their currywurst sauce — and they take it very seriously. It's almost always a mix of ketchup, curry powder, and other spices, and yes, you can absolutely whip that up in your own kitchen. You're welcome!

Fish sauce is a much-loved condiment in parts of Asia

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If you've ever had Asian cuisine, you're probably not surprised to learn that fish sauce is one of the most popular ingredients and condiments in a number of countries across Asia, but let's talk specifics.

According to Culinary Lore, Thailand's fish sauce of choice is nam pla, or "fish water." It's made from briny ocean fish (so it uses less salt than Vietnam's traditional fish sauce, nuoc-mom), but most recipes still call for three parts fish to one part salt. It — like other fish sauces — is left to ferment for months, until it breaks down into a liquid that's shockingly delicious even after you know how it's made. Because, let's face it, the process is enough to turn your stomach.

Other countries and regions have their own varieties — like Myanmar, who calls their ngan bya yay, says Legal Nomads. It's impossible to stress just how important it is to Asian cuisine, used by an estimated 95 percent of homes in Vietnam alone. Just take the lawsuit that pitted two fish sauce manufacturers against each other in 2014. According to the LA Times, when the two companies went to court over their logos (both featured red fishing vessels), Red Boat's Cuong Pham had this to say about their fish sauce: "This is more than just a condiment. It's so good, it's like gold."

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Aioli is a widely popular condiment in France and the Mediteranean)

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You've probably heard of aioli, but it's one of those condiments that you tend to hear a lot about without really knowing what it's all about. According to Food & Wine, it's a popular and versatile sauce that comes from the Mediterranean, and while it's typically made from a base of garlic and olive oil, there are enough variations that it can be used on anything from tater tots, fingerling potatoes, and fries to salads, burgers, and roasted vegetables.

It's been around for a long time, too, and it's still incredibly popular throughout the south of France. According to Perfectly Provence, aioli is the centerpiece of a traditional meal called Le Grand Aioli, which basically features a meal of seasonal fish and vegetables that's served with a complimenting aioli. It's still a common sight on restaurant menus, particularly on Friday nights, because of the long-standing religious traditions of only eating fish on Friday.

So, what is it... exactly? According to Food Republic, aioli starts with grinding garlic to a paste with a mortar and pestle. Then, it's combined with egg yolk, mustard, lemon juice, and — this is important — oil that has to be olive oil. It might not be healthy, but it certainly is an authentic French favorite.

American favorite condiment isn't so clear-cut

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What about the good ol' US of A? We have a ton of condiments that we like to call our own, but the country's favorite? It's actually a little tricky to say.

According to food historian Ken Albala (via The Conversation) it's ketchup that takes the cake. Around 97 percent of homes have a bottle of ketchup somewhere, and that's largely thanks to Heinz, who started selling their ketchup — not "catsup", as other companies were spelling it — in 1876. There's also the fact that it's got a reputation as being ultra-American. Not only is it used on the most American of casual foods — hamburgers and hot dogs — it's also a vital ingredient in other very American things, like meatloaf and BBQ sauce.

But that's not always the case, and the market can be a fickle thing. In 2014, Gothamist reported mayonnaise actually snuck out in front with a shocking $2 billion in sales. (That year, ketchup did less than half that with $800 million.) And in 2016, Business Insider reported that sales of Sriracha had risen 165 percent since 2000, putting it firmly at the top as a real contender.

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They also looked at strangely popular condiments by state, and there are some surprises there. You'll find a ton of wasabi in Tennessee, apparently, and those in Missouri certainly love their nacho cheese. New Yorkers seem to put MSG on everything, while Minnesotans love their guacamole and, in neighboring South Dakota, it's salsa all the way.

FAQs

What is the number 1 condiment? ›

Mayonnaise Beats Ketchup as Most Popular Condiment in America.

What are the 7 condiments? ›

There are seven condiments that every kitchen should have:
  • Quality Olive Oil. I studied abroad in Spain during college, and if I only learned one thing it is this: olive oil goes on anything. ...
  • Balsamic Vinegar. ...
  • Sriracha. ...
  • Honey Dijon Mustard. ...
  • Ketchup. ...
  • Soy Sauce. ...
  • Nutella.
6 Sept 2014

What is the world's oldest condiment? ›

The first condiment was salt. Salt has always been used both as a preservative and to enhance the flavor of food. Vinegar has also been used since ancient times. Its name is probably derived from the French words vin aiger meaning sour wine.

What is the most sold sauce? ›

America has decided that Sriracha takes home the honors as it is the most popular in 31 of 50 states, including California, according to Instacart.

What are the top 5 sauces? ›

What are the five mother sauces of classical cuisine?
  1. Béchamel. You may know béchamel sauce as the white sauce that gives chicken pot pie its creamy texture, or as the binder for all that cheese in macaroni and cheese. ...
  2. Velouté ...
  3. Espagnole. ...
  4. Sauce Tomate. ...
  5. Hollandaise.

What is the least liked condiment? ›

According to the results of a survey conducted in June 2021, the most hated condiment by consumers in the United States is hot sauce, with approximately 24 percent of respondents indicating that they hate hot sauce. In second place was relish, which was hated by around 21 percent of respondents.

What is the unhealthiest condiment? ›

Unhealthy condiments to limit
  • Ranch dressing. Ranch dressing is high in calories with 2 tablespoons (30 ml) providing 129 calories. ...
  • Fat-free salad dressing. ...
  • Barbecue sauce. ...
  • Pancake syrup. ...
  • Queso. ...
  • Margarine. ...
  • Teriyaki sauce. ...
  • Artificial sweeteners.
29 Sept 2018

What are 5 condiments? ›

Here are five of the most popular condiments and the lowdown on their nutrition content.
  • Condiment #1: Ketchup. It seems like no restaurant table is complete without the signature red bottle of Heinz ketchup. ...
  • Condiment #2: Mustard. ...
  • Condiment #3: Hot Sauce. ...
  • Condiment #4: Mayonnaise. ...
  • Condiment #5: Salsa.
18 Sept 2014

What are the top 5 condiments in America? ›

America's most commonly-used condiments
  • Ketchup. This tomato sauce is added to fries, onion rings, sandwiches, meatloaf, hot dogs and more. ...
  • Soy sauce. Another oft-used condiment in the U.S. is soy sauce. ...
  • Salsa. Take a look in the refrigerator of 10 of your closest friends. ...
  • Mustard. ...
  • Hot sauce.
7 May 2015

What is the #1 food in the world? ›

Pizza is the topmost liked food in the world. Today you can find pizza in almost every corner of the world. This traditional Italian dish is made of flattened round dough topped with cheese, and tomatoes, and additionally garnished with basil, olives, and oregano.

What is the number 1 most eaten food in the world? ›

Rice is a food staple for more than 3.5 billion people around the world, particularly in Asia, Latin America, and parts of Africa.

What are the 5 mother of sauces? ›

The five French mother sauces are béchamel, velouté, espagnole, hollandaise, and tomato. Developed in the 19th century by French chef Auguste Escoffier, mother sauces serve as a starting point for a variety of delicious sauces used to complement countless dishes, including veggies, fish, meat, casseroles, and pastas.

What are the 5 modern sauces? ›

Five basic types of sauces appear over and over again on menus and in cookbooks that feature the kind of vegetable-heavy, flavor-dense food that cooks and eaters favor today: yogurt sauce, pepper sauce, herb sauce, tahini sauce and pesto.

What are the 4 main sauces? ›

When we talk sauces, we often talk about the “mother sauces.” These five basic sauces—tomate, béchamel, espagnole, hollandaise, and velouté—form the foundations of French cooking, and by proxy, of a lot of cooking world-wide.

What was the first sauce in the world? ›

Possibly the oldest recorded European sauce is garum, the fish sauce used by the Ancient Romans, while doubanjiang, the Chinese soy bean paste is mentioned in Rites of Zhou in the 3rd century BC.

What is the oldest food still eaten today? ›

Bread. Bread is considered one of the staple foods. It's a cornerstone of the human diet and again, like pancakes, it's a very simple recipe using basic ingredients. All you need is flour and water which has been available to homo sapiens for millennia, making it one of the oldest known man-made foods.

Which is older ketchup or mustard? ›

There once was a time when the only condiments available to people were ketchup (or do you say catsup) and mustard. Mustard is one of the world's oldest condiments.

What is the most sold food item in the world? ›

The 10 Most Popular Foods in the World
  1. WHEAT. Share of average daily global human calorie intake: ~ 18.5%
  2. RICE. Share of average daily global human calorie intake: ~ 18.0%
  3. CORN. Share of average daily global human calorie intake: ~ 5.3%
  4. PIG MEAT. ...
  5. POTATOES. ...
  6. POULTRY MEAT. ...
  7. CASSAVA. ...
  8. CATTLE MEAT.
14 Sept 2022

What is the rarest sauce? ›

Black Crown Hot Sauce - The rarest hot sauce in the world.

A distinctive hot sauce made with one of the rarest tropical fruits in the world - The renowned Antigua Black Pineapple. Once paired with rip roaring scotch bonnet peppers this fiery Hot Sauce brightens up every dish with bold heat and deep island flavor.

What is the best sauce of all time? ›

11 Top Sauces
  • hummus.
  • home made mayonnaise.
  • chilli oil.
  • BBQ sauce.
  • sicilian nut pesto.
  • almond cream.
  • walnut & white bean puree.
  • harissa.

What is the king of sauces? ›

Béchamel, the classic white sauce, was named after its inventor, Louis XIV's steward Louis de Béchamel. The king of all sauces, it is often referred to as a cream sauce because of its appearance and is probably used most frequently in all types of dishes.

What is a sister sauce? ›

A sauce made by adding flavoring to a basic mother sauce is a “sister” sauce.

What is the UK's Favourite sauce? ›

ketchup

What is Canada's favorite condiment? ›

Can you believe it? Canada's fave is guacamole! Okay but honestly this does make a lot of sense, it's hard not to love this delicious dip. Clearly, other countries feel the same as guacamole stole the spot as the world's favorite condiment. In second place for the world was mayo and then salsa.

What is the weirdest sauce in the world? ›

Weird Sauces you've Probably Never Heard of
  • Banana Ketchup. In the Philippines they prepare quite a strange, yet delicious, ketchup from bananas, sugar and vinegar. ...
  • Marmite. Marmite is a thick, brown sauce made from byproducts of the brewing industry. ...
  • Chotkal. ...
  • Fish Sauce. ...
  • Fermented Cottage Cheese. ...
  • Spicy Indian Pickle.

What sauce is healthier than ketchup? ›

Mustard. This is one of the healthier sauces, as it's relatively low in fat and sugar, although not always low in salt.

What is the number 1 unhealthiest food in the world? ›

1. Bacon
  • Fried food. ...
  • Potato chips. ...
  • Added sugars. ...
  • Processed oils. ...
  • Hydrogenated fats. ...
  • Refined carbohydrates. ...
  • Breakfast sausages. ...
  • Processed meat. Even though it's been explained that processed meats like breakfast sausage, bacon and turkey bacon are horrible for your health, this category of food is unhealthy as a whole.
30 Jan 2022

What are 6 common condiments for a sandwich? ›

I've included recipes for 4 of them, and they all have just 5 ingredients or less!
  • 1 - Honey Mustard Mayonnaise. Let's start off with a classic combo: honey mustard mayo! ...
  • 2 - Pesto. Next up, we have one of my favorites: PESTO! ...
  • 3 - Chipotle Mayonnaise. ...
  • 4 - Spicy Avocado. ...
  • 4 - Cream Cheese and Chive. ...
  • 6 - Jam.
11 Sept 2017

What is America's favorite condiment? ›

The best-selling condiment in America in terms of annual sales is salsa. Every year, Americans buy more than $460 million worth of salsa, consuming it on everything from chips to tacos to eggs.

What are the traditional condiments? ›

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  • Dijon mustard.
  • Chrain (horseradish sauce)
  • Mayonnaise.
  • Tomato (ketchup)
  • Pesto genovese.
  • Chutneys.
  • Curry powder or paste.
  • Ajika, spicy sauce in Caucasian cuisine.

What condiments do British people use? ›

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  • Malt Vinegar. Britain is a barley nation. ...
  • Maldon Salt. While we're thinking about fish and chips, let's talk about Maldon Salt. ...
  • Colman's Mustard. To mistake English mustard for American mustard is a dangerous mistake. ...
  • HP Sauce. ...
  • Golden Syrup. ...
  • Marmite & Bovril. ...
  • Worcestershire Sauce. ...
  • Salad Cream.
8 Dec 2017

What is the most popular condiment in Europe? ›

What to eat in Europe? 10 Most Popular European Condiments
  • Condiment. Gremolata. ...
  • Vinegar. Aceto Balsamico di Modena. ...
  • Condiment. Brown Sauce. ...
  • Fish Sauce. Worcestershire Sauce. ...
  • Salt. Sel de Guérande. Guérande. ...
  • Vinegar. Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale di Modena. Province of Modena. ...
  • Condiment. Aïoli. Provence. ...
  • Mustard. Moutarde de Dijon. Dijon.
21 Nov 2022

What is America's favorite dish? ›

Pizza. Pizza is pretty ubiquitous around the US, whether we're talking a classic New York slice, a stone-baked sourdough or a Chicago deep-dish pie. In fact, according to a Harris Poll, it's the country's favourite food – and the one most people would choose if they could only eat one thing for the rest of their lives.

Which country has tastiest food? ›

  • Italy. #1 in Has great food. #14 in Best Countries Overall. ...
  • Mexico. #2 in Has great food. #33 in Best Countries Overall. ...
  • Spain. #3 in Has great food. #16 in Best Countries Overall. ...
  • Greece. #4 in Has great food. ...
  • Thailand. #5 in Has great food. ...
  • France. #6 in Has great food. ...
  • Turkey. #7 in Has great food. ...
  • India. #8 in Has great food.

What is the most stolen food in the world? ›

A report by the UK's Center for Retail Research found that cheese is the most stolen food in the world. It turns out that about 4 percent of cheese goes missing from stores. The researchers say the cheese disappears most …

What is the least liked food in the world? ›

10 Most Hated Foods In The World
  • 8 Brussel Sprouts.
  • 7 Okra.
  • 6 Turnips.
  • 5 Raisins.
  • 4 Blue Cheese.
  • 3 Anchovies.
  • 2 Olives.
  • 1 Candy Corn.
13 Oct 2021

What food is eaten all over the world? ›

Most Eaten Food In The World
  1. Rice. This might not have been a surprise for some as rice is the most common food in Asia and is native to the largest continent. ...
  2. Eggs. You probably have never been to any place where you cannot find eggs. ...
  3. Chicken. ...
  4. Pasta. ...
  5. Bread. ...
  6. Potatoes. ...
  7. Pizza. ...
  8. Apples.

What is most eaten meat in the world? ›

In 2021, around 132.3 million tons of poultry meat were consumed worldwide, making it the most consumed type of meat globally. Pork was the second most consumed meat worldwide, followed by beef and veal.

What are the daughter sauces? ›

A sauce made by adding flavoring to a basic mother sauce.

What is a thick sauce called? ›

A roux can be white, blond (darker) or brown. Butter, bacon drippings or lard are commonly used fats. Roux is used as a thickening agent for gravy, sauces, soups and stews. It provides the base for a dish, and other ingredients are added after the roux is complete.

What are the five daughter sauces? ›

The original list of four was expanded to five – béchamel, espagnole, velouté, sauce tomate, and hollandaise – in 1903 by Auguste Escoffier, whose Le Guide Culinaire is the go-to Bible for academically-trained chefs the world over.

What is the least popular condiment? ›

According to the results of a survey conducted in June 2021, the most hated condiment by consumers in the United States is hot sauce, with approximately 24 percent of respondents indicating that they hate hot sauce. In second place was relish, which was hated by around 21 percent of respondents.

What is the UK's Favourite condiment? ›

Sriracha is crowned the UK's favourite condiment

Sriracha is a type of hot sauce made up of chilli peppers, distilled vinegar, garlic, sugar, and salt.

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