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The spiciest food is not something that everyone likes. But, anyway, some people love to eat the spiciest food in the World. If you think that Mexican food is extremely spicy, you should look at this list of 8 Countries that eat the spiciest food in the World.

From India’s curry to Szechuan cuisine from China – here are 8 countries eat Spicy dishes.

15 Countries That Eat The Spiciest Food In The World

1. India

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Right at the beginning of one of those countries is India. Indian spices are known all over the World, and spices used in Indian dishes may include various types of chili peppers, ginger root, garlic, cloves, cinnamon, pepper, cumin seeds, and mustard seeds. Besides that, Indian dishes use some other spices such as coriander, fenugreek, curry leaves, and nutmeg.

The spiciest food in India is probably “Vindaloo,” And it has its roots in Portuguese cuisine. The name was likely derived from the Portuguese terms for garlic and wine vinegar – “vinho” and “alho” – with the term “also” eventually becoming “alho” and then “dal.”

Even water in India is served with chili peppers to make it spicy. So if you like Indian food, better drink plenty of water.

2 . Bhutan

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On the second position is also an Asian country – Bhutan that uses chilies very often for cooking and as part of traditional medical treatment.

In Bhutan, the much-prized ” ema datsi” is a mixture of large chilies and native cheese. It can be extremely spicy. Besides, there are other dishes made with red chili peppers in Bhutan, such as ” sekuwa, “which is made from beef that has been dried and roasted before being pounded and seasoned with hot peppers, local herbs, and salt.

3. Japan

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Japanese food uses a lot of spices, but the Japanese eat very little spicy food compared to people from India or Thailand. Even Noodles in Japan are not spicy except Ramen noodles which have lots of black pepper.

4. The United States of America

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Spicy food is popular in the United States, where one-third of adults are estimated to eat spicy food weekly. But except for Buffalo wings, which are known all over the World, spicy food is not popular in the USA. Although many Mexican dishes use chili peppers, American cuisine uses much fewer spices than Asian or Indian cuisine. So it is difficult to pick up the spiciest dish in the U.S. if you don’t try regional cuisines like Cajun.

5. Pakistan

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Pakistani cuisine may include various types of Lahori and Karachi-style fried fish and vegetarian and Non-vegetarian dishes such as Samosa Chaat, Pakoras, Nihari, Haleem, Biryani, Nargisi Kofta, and Phall. Pakistani cuisine uses a large number of spices, herbs, and seasoning to get a special flavor. Besides that, hotness is also used in dishes to create taste.

6. Thailand

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Thai food contains lots of spicy dishes including the famous Tom Yum Goong soup using seafood or meat with lemongrass, galangal ( Thai ginger ), kaffir lime leaves, shallots, lime juice, and fish sauce along with fresh chili peppers. In addition, there are many vegetarian dishes also spiced up, such as ” Pad kra pao.”

7. Nigeria

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In West Africa, they use palm oil to give dishes a very pungent taste for cooking. Hot chili peppers are added to almost every dish. Even the Africans use chili pepper in eating their food. The spiciest food in Nigeria is probably “suya” or kebab, which contains lots of hot chili peppers and other spices.

8. China

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Szechuan cuisine ( Mandarin: Sichuan Cài; IPA: [szʱə̌tʃwán tʂái]; ), also known as Sichuanese cuisine, is a style of Chinese cuisine originating from the Sichuan province in southwestern China. It has bold flavors, particularly the pungency and spiciness resulting from the liberal use of garlic and chili peppers and the unique flavor of the Sichuan pepper.

Szechuan food is considered one of the Four Great Traditions of Chinese cuisine. In English, it is sometimes referred to as Szechuan cuisine, Szechwan cuisine, or Sichuan cuisine. The characteristic flavors of Sichuan dishes are described in three words: spicy hot (辣), sour (酸), and fragrant (香). Common cooking techniques include stir-frying, steaming, and braising; dry potting is also used occasionally for many dishes with mixed ingredients such as ” fish-flavored pork. ”

9. Indonesia

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Indonesian food is very hot. Many dishes contain chili pepper such as “Gulai Ikan” ( fish in coconut milk curry ), “Ayam taliwang” ( chicken cooked with a hot chili ), and sambal terasi ( shrimp paste mixed with chili). In Indonesia, the spiciest food is called “ratus.”

10. Bangladesh

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Bangladeshi cuisine has a rich collection of dishes and desserts. On the other hand, there are many spicy foods such as ” Chotpoti,” ” Chrome sabzi,” Dal Bhat, “luchi, Khichuri, and Pitha ( Rice cake ), etc. Bangladeshi people eat hot curries with rice or Naan bread. Besides, they also love to drink tea which is considered the national drink of Bangladesh.

11. Malaysia

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Malaysian food is very spicy, mostly because of its hot chili peppers. Most Malaysian cooking uses curry powder, turmeric, galangal ( Thai ginger ), lemongrass, and fresh coriander leaves as the main ingredients for cooking. Although there are many spicy dishes, there are also non-spicy dishes that contain no chili pepper, such as “Serunding Daging” (minced beef or lamb with spices ).

12. Haiti

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Haitian cuisine is rich in piquant flavors due to the African, Caribbean, and Creole influences. Many spices are used in cooking Haitian food like garlic, onions, ginger, etc. The spiciest dish in Haiti is usually called Boulette ( meatball ). It contains scotch bonnet peppers along with other spices that make it super hot.

13. Italy

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Italian cuisine is very popular all over the World. However, Italian people usually eat spicy foods only during special occasions such as Christmas and Easter. The most popular spicy Italian dish is “Zuppa Di Ceci” ( Chickpea soup ). It is very hot and includes many spices such as garlic, onion, and chili pepper.

14. Brazil

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Brazil has a great diversity in food. Many kinds of regional dishes contain lots of different ingredients like fruits, vegetables, seafood, etc. Besides, there are also many delicious spicy foods from Brazil, such as Vatapá stew which contains 4 types of shrimp along with hot peppers and palm oil to give it a special taste. In addition, dried beef called “Carne Seca,” or Brazilian barbeque made from grilled meats, also has a pungent flavor due to the number of spices used for cooking them.

15. Papua New Guinea

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The spicy food in Papua New Guinea is very hot and peppery. To balance the spiciness, Papuans usually eat a lot of sago, tapioca, taro root, and sweet potato. The most popular dish in Papua New Guinea is called “Rendang” which is a curry containing lots of animal fats along with its meat/vegetable. It is named as one of UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity since 2009.

In addition, there are many other dishes from different countries that contain lots of chili peppers such as Jamaican Jerk from Jamaica, Tom Yum Goong from Thailand, Pho Bo from Vietnam. However, the 15 countries mentioned above are the best when it comes to spicy food.

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