From Vietnam's noodle stalls to Italy's gelaterias, delicious street Food is a favorite of locals and tourists alike. Simple, portable, sinfully delicious, these street-corner treats are more than quick sustenance: they're edible snapshots of life around the world. Now you can create these traditional eats in your own kitchen.
Try Chicken Satays from Singapore or crispy Arizona Fry Breads. Create wontons and dumplings from China or Australia; curries from India and the Caribbean; wraps like Singapore's Otak Otak or Mexico's Tortilia Wraps; and paper cones of sweet treats like Nigerian Caraway Twists or Greek Loukoumathes.
When you're finished, try the desserts: Gelati from Italy, Hokey Pokey from New Zealand, and Burma's Coconut Ice Cream. From Bangkok's Floating Market to the beach at Bondi -- from pushcarts in New York to street corners in Copenhagen to the kebab grills of Greece and the Middle East -- here are the world's classic street foods.