16 deliciously spiciest foods in the world you should eat before you die

If you crave for hot and spicy food, then take a tour of the countries serving the world’s spiciest best dishes. These tongue drooling recipes all around the world are sure to satisfy your greed for spice.

Here are 16 deliciously spiciest foods in the world you should eat before you die.

Sik Sik Wat

Sik Sik Wat is an Ethiopian delicacy made with chili pepper, paprika, and fenugreek that spices up chicken and beef stews. This spice is very much similar to red pepper paste which you can’t miss you have a spicy food greed.

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Suicide Chicken Wings

This dish originates from united states is a combination of Tabasco sauce, hot pepper flakes and chopped chilies for garnish. The term ‘suicide’ itself indicates how hot and spicy this dish would be. Make sure you take glasses of water around you when you eat this for caution.

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Phaal curry

This British-Asian fusion dish is known as the hottest curry in the world. This dish contains about 10 different types of peppers, including Bhut Jolokia, the world’s hottest. You may not believe that this dish so spicy that restaurants serving it provides customers who finish a whole bowl of it a certificate of recognition.

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Papa a la Huancaina

In simple terms, this dish is a deliciously spicy potato salad. Papa a la Hunacaina is a favorite Peruvian dish made from boiled potatoes and eggs in addition to the yellow cheesy sauce made with hot Amarillo chili and habanero.

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This Indian cuisine originates from Goa is globally popular for its spiciness. The ingredient used in its preparation is bhut jolokia, commonly known as ghost chilies or the hottest chili in the world.

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Wat is another super-spicy dish from Ethiopia that is very popular among Africans. It is packed with pounds of onions and garlic, ginger and large amounts of dried spices and chilies.

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Shrimp Creole

Originated from the United States, Shrimp Creole is a popular red hot spicy dish. This dish is flavored with red and green peppers, tomatoes, shrimp, and chicken but its spiced up with loads of fresh chili and cayenne peppers.

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Jerk Chicken

Jerk Chicken from the Caribbean is a spicy hot dish which is mouthwatering. Its Caribbean ingredients include and spices, including cloves, cinnamon, scallions, nutmeg, thyme, and garlic.

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Tom Yum

Tom Yum is a sour and spicy soup from Thailand. It features spicy chicken and seafood, compliments of the Thai Bird’s Eye Chili. Tom Yum Goong, for example, is made with prawns. This Thai staple is hot enough to leave you crying.

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Cau-Cau or yellow chili pepper is another popular Peruvian dish which is the spiciest among the tripe and potato stew from its neighboring countries. It is a major ingredient used in ceviche and causa Orellana dishes.

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Neua Pad Prik

Neua Pad Prik, or Chili Beef, is a staple in Thailand which basically stir-fried pepper steak just with hotter peppers.

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Huo Guo

Huo Guo is a distinctly spicy dish from China. This spicy dish is cooked with beef, fish, tofu, and vegetables and gets its spiciness from Sichuan pepper oil.

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Suicide Burrito

Another suicide food on the list which originates from Korea is made with Chinese, Mexican and Korean peppers. Too much spicy!

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Sambal Oelek

Sambal Oelek is one of the most popular dishes in Indonesia. It is made from various peppers like habanero, cayenne and bird’s eye chilies, along with Spanish peppers.

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Kimchi Jjigae

This Korean stew contains green onions, garlic, tofu, mushrooms, and lots of red chili peppers. This dish is sure to burn your tongue in every spoonful and you will have a sweat-inducing experience. Can you handle the heat?

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Spicy Tuna Rolls

Spicy tuna rolls have gained popularity for being extremely spicy in Bushido. It is so much spicy, that in a restaurant in Charleston, S.C., this dish has become part of a challenge in which one must eat 10 rolls, but barely anyone has succeeded thus far.

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Sandeep Debnath

Written by Sandeep Debnath

The future belongs to the curious. The ones who are not afraid to try it, explore it, question it and turn it inside out. Being a blogger, I started sharing my knowledge and interests here on BlogPoke.