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Pizza, croissant, crème braille, Wiener Schitzel, pasta ... do we need to go? Yes, Europe is home to some incredible foods. Read on 12 foods to eat in Europe.

There is far more to European food than just the classics. They may not be as famous, but they are probably more delicious than their famous siblings.

Let's have a look.

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Arancini in Italy.

Although not as popular as pasta and pizza in Italy, these small fried rice shells are seriously to die for. Usually stuffed with meat, tomatoes, mozzarella, mushrooms, pistachios or aubergine, these heavenly morsels of crispy goodness are then coated in bread crumbs and deep-fried. Oh yes.

Pierogi in Poland.

Popular in many Eastern European countries, pierogi are dumplings made from flour that are usually filled with potatoes, ground meat, sauerkraut, cheese, or fruits. To complete the dish, they can be topped with butter, sour cream, or fried onions - how can you resist?

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Waffles in Belgium.

Of course, everyone knows all about the Belgian waffle. they're amazing. 'Nuff said. Always, always try them with Nutella, Cream and Strawberry.

cheese Fondue in Switzerland.

Cheese lovers, get ready. The traditional Swiss fondant is made with Gruyère and Emmenthal cheese with an added kick that offers a sparkle of white wine and kirch. Always served with traditional Weisinbrotte such as crusty bread, it is seriously heaven and one of the foods you should eat in Europe.

Ćevapi in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Listen now If you go for anything on this list, go to these. वा Avapi grilled are skinless ground beef sausages usually served with flatbread, onion, creamy kajamak cheese and ajvar (a roasted red chili spread). Soo good. Come check it out.

Goulash in Hungary.

Everyone has probably heard of Gollash at least if it hasn't been tried, but if you find yourself too close to (being) Hungarian, you'll find this dish when prepared in the traditional Hungarian way. Have to taste. Read: ultimate comfort food

palatschinken in Austria.

Common in many Central and Eastern European countries, they are considered a slightly thicker and fuller version of the craps - oh my god - they are seriously delicious. Traditionally served with apricot jam and whipped cream, but today mostly enjoyed with Nutella (duh), these are ah-mazi! Go to Austria for your recovery, it is one of the foods to eat in Europe.

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Currywurst in Germany.

This is what it sounds like - a bit weird. But don't knock it until you try it. This German fast food staple consists of fried pork sausages (bratwurst), which are usually cut into slices, seasoned with curry ketch, and with french fries. Are served. Yama.

Potica in Slovenia.

One of the best dessert foods on this list, this traditional walnut roll is made from sweet flour that has been rolled very thinly, spread with a paste made from ground nuts (usually walnuts or poppy seeds) and honey. As rolled into a sweetener. A log and baked. Yes please.

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Mausaka in Greece.

Common in the eastern Mediterranean, Middle East and Balkans, this dish is made on either potatoes or aubergine, made with ground meat and either tomato or bechamel sauce, topped with cheese and then baked in the oven. is. Eat one of the foods you should eat in Europe. #heaven

Köttbüller in Sweden.

Swedish meatballs were seriously popularized by IKEA, but we think they still don't get the credit they deserve. Made with milk-soaked cream and breadcrumbs, these are super tender and traditionally served with gravy, boiled potatoes, gingerberry jam, and sometimes freshly spiced cucumbers. Go to Sweden ASAP!

Haggis in Scotland.

Okay, so Haggis seems kind of unhealthy. But if any food item on this list will completely surprise you, then it is Haggis! If you find yourself in Scotland just try this - you will not be disappointed. Enjoy it with the obligatory side of 'nips and tots', of course.