Top 10 American’s favorite food of all time
Welcome to the top 10 American’s favorite food of all time!
When we think of American classics, your mind always jumps to the comforting standbys you grew up with:
- Hot dogs
- Fried chicken and
- Chocolate chip cookies.
But, over the years, this cuisine has made such a mark on us that it kind of seems like at some point, everyone has a little love affair with it.
With the splash of American grubs all over, in some way, it transformed from a delicious to glorious in India too. And at every 4th of July, an all-American feast is exactly what you need to celebrate the nation’s endless cuisine creativities.
We listed the top 10 American’s favorite food of all time below:
- Hot dogs
- Mac and Cheese
- Chicken and Waffles
- Chocolate chip cookies
- Breakfast sausages
Burgers are God’s way of telling us that he loves us and wants us to be happy!
Let’s face it – which one of us doesn’t always crave a really good and juicy patty in a fresh bun?
It’s almost every American restaurant’s menu! It boasts gooey cheese, tomato, lettuce, and a slightly zippy pickle sauce.
You can also ask for your meat to be rare or medium, and customize your toppings just the way you like it! You can also choose it to be with caramelized onions, mustard, relish, and mayonnaise.
Americans contend to be the first to combine two slices of bread and a steak of ground beef into a hamburger – called a “sandwich” back then.
Creamy, smooth and so divine…
Yes, all these adjectives perfectly describe the taste of a good cheesecake that is hunger provoking. This melt-in-your-mouth dessert brings a delightful finish to every meal.
Thank God for William Lawrence, who supposedly made cream cheese “by accident”. The buttery biscuit topped with cream cheese and tons of condiments will leave you longing for one more piece.
Spruce it up with whipped cream, fruits or nuts – or even chocolate syrup!
It can’t get any more American than a basic hot dog, sandwiched between a sliced bun and topped with a squiggle of mustard.
The sausage was created in the late 1600s by John Geoghehner, a German butcher.
They were very popular in Chicago in 1893.
Basically, everyone’s favorite hot dog is a basically cooked sausage (a traditionally grilled or steamed.)
Garnish it a little with mustard, ketchup, onions, cheese, and chili and you’re good to go!
Mac and cheese
Creamy! Cheesy! Downright divine. This describes the macaroni and cheese perfectly.
This casserole baked in the oven is considered America’s ultimate comfort food. You can additionally op it off with a shaving of parmesan to make it taste even better.
So delicious, and so good to be true, mac and cheese is a perfectly complementary concoction.
It gained huge popularity after being introduced by Thomas Jefferson to the United States.
While there is still no single inventor than can lay claim to the classic mac and cheese recipe – everyone has a favorite version of the dish.
When you talk about the typical American breakfast, there’s always a front-runner: pancakes.
Variations abound, you can’t go wrong with a stack of fluffy pancakes.
Basically, pancakes are basically flat cakes, usually thin and round in shape and prepared from scratch based butter and cooked on a hot surface.
They can also be topped with a variety of condiments like maple syrup, fruits, eggs, and bacon – or chocolate sauce if you have a sweet tooth.
And yes, pancakes can make people happy.
Chicken and waffles
A lot of years ago, some unknown genius decided to just combine all the greatest parts of a fried chicken dinner with everything that’s good about waffles to create this ultimate sweet-savory breakfast staple.
Their brainchild continues to satisfy stomachs all over the world – especially in the United States.
Originated in America, fried chicken is the crispiest and most delicious thing you’ll ever put on top of waffles.
A sinful delight you surely can’t miss!
What do you get when you fuse a croissant with a donut? The cronut!
The current gastronomic craze about the cronut makes it one of the most sought-after snacks in the world!
Made with laminated dough, it’s first proofed and then fried in grapeseed oil at a controlled temperature.
The fried pastry is then sugared, glazed and filled.
The cronut was very unique of French pastry chef Dominique Ansel – and was launched just recently in 2013 in New York.
With the crispiness of croissants and goodness of donuts, it simply can’t get any better than this.
Gooey, warm, melty, and sweet – nothing evokes family vacations and carefree camping under the night sky quite like the dubbed classic American food.
S’mores are basically roasted marshmallows and a layer of chocolate between 2 pieces of graham cracker.
It’s quite the simplest of the desserts, messy and very mouth-watering.
So, get those marshmallows sticks sharpened and celebrate the 4th of July the way it was meant to be.
Chocolate chip cookies
“A balanced diet is a cookie in both hands”
So, let’s take a moment to thank Ruth Wakefield who came up with this genius idea of adding chocolate to her butter cookies sometime in the 1930s.
If you have a sweet tooth about chocolate cookies just like the majority, bake a batch of chewy and crunchy cookies to get your daily dose of chocolate, and take this treat to a whole new level!
Do you too love waking up to the smell of sausages in the morning? So do we!
Hands down, it’s one of the most effective ways to start the day. Calling all the port lovers, this American staple goes very well with apples, mustard, tomatoes, and onions.
It originally originated as a way for farmers to make use as much as possible of their livestock, with dried sage as the key ingredient along with a couple of spices.
Low effort, and yet luxurious. It’s perfect for a hearty breakfast or a Sunday brunch.
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