The world is full of strange things. There is no dearth of incredible recipes in the world. Here’s a look at some of the most bizzare recipes of the world-
This is one recipe which is truly unique. The skin of the caterpillar is which feed on the maguey cactus is fried in olive oil and served along with mescal. A good wine or tequila is also served with this dish. It is eaten in Mexico.
Bee Larvae in coconut cream
This dish is very popular in Thailand. The larvae is first marinated and then tossed in oil with fried onions and garlic . coconut cream and some pepper is also sprinkled on it. This is served with rice.
Red ant chutney
This dish is served in India. Ants are collected in cups made up of leaves. Then they are directly put into hot ash or fire for few seconds. After removing them paste is made out of them. Then little salt and chilies are added. This is served along with cocktails as well as curries and has a very unique taste.
Stuffed rectum of the pig
This is also one of its kind recipe. It is served in France. The rectum of the pig is stuffed with chopped parsley, mushrooms and shallots and then boiled for about 30 minutes. Then again it is cooked for another 15 minutes along with salt, pepper, nutmeg and also a little white wine is used. After this when it is cooled it can be served .
Spread unsweetened crepes with a mixture of chopped fish sperm and mushrooms bound with fish-based béchamel sauce. Roll crepes and set in a buttered dish, sprinkle with Parmesan cheese and melted butter; heat dish in a 350 degree oven until top browns.
Prepare a stuffing of dormouse meat or pork, pepper and pine nuts, a tasty broth, asafetida (a spice still commonly used in Indian cooking), and some cream. Stuff the dormice and sew them up. Bake in oven on a tile.
Stir fried heart
Trim beef or pork heart, cut into one-eighth inches. Julienne. Marinate with sections of scallions in a mix of cornstarch, water, soy sauce, sherry, sugar, salt and minced ginger. Drain vegetables and stir fry medium hot. Pork heart must be thoroughly cooked.