Saturday, June 3

Try These 7 Mouthwatering Midnight Snacks To Keep You Awake!

We all love a good midnight snack that can keep us company whenever we need to pull an all-nighter or even just suddenly hungry for no reason in the middle of the night and craving something. Although everyone might have their own favorite midnight snacks, these mouthwatering midnight snacks from around the world are definitely worth trying! Check them out!

Boerie Roll (South Africa)

Boerie roll from South Africa

If you love hot dogs, you will love this midnight snack from South Africa for sure! We can say that Boerie roll is a South African version of hot dogs. This snack has spicy sausages called boerewors topped with tomatoes, onions, and chili. The boerewors are cooked on the braai (grill) and then placed in a hot dog bun. In many restaurants in South Africa, this snack is typically served with a side of coleslaw.

Tteokbokki (South Korea)

Tteokbokki from South Korea

If you’re a big fan of Korean dramas, you must have seen this midnight snack a lot. Tteokbokki is a spicy rice cake dish from South Korea that is typically enjoyed as a midnight snack. This dish is also one of the most popular street food in Korea. It’s spicy and warm, makes it perfect for a midnight snack. This snack is often served with cheese and different kinds of fritters on the side.

Poutine (Canada)

Poutine from Canada

Who doesn’t love fries? If we talk about fries and midnight snacks, this dish from Canada certainly cannot be skipped. Poutine is one of the most well-known midnight snacks in Canada. Typically, this dish is made with fries topped with cheese curds and gravy, but nowadays we can find a lot of restaurants that sell various kinds of Poutine.

Bolon De Verde (Ecuador)

Bolon de Verde from Ecuador

Bolon de Verde is a midnight snack that originated in Ecuador. This dish is made by frying green plantains over medium heat and rolled them into the dough. The dough is then stuffed with pork and then fried once again. People usually enjoy this snack with a cup of coffee, which makes this dish perfect to pull an all-nighter with.

Churros (Mexico)

Churros from Mexico

For all the sweet tooth out there, this midnight snack from Mexico is nothing new. Churros is one of the most popular midnight snacks from Mexico that is well-known not only to Mexicans but all food lovers across the globe. Traditionally, Churros actually originated from Spain, but then became extremely popular in Mexico. Churros are made by deep-frying dough and covering it with sugar. We can also get them filled with chocolate or caramel. We can even find Nutella-filled churros.

Coxinha (Brazil)

Coxinha from Brazil

Coxinha is a midnight snack from Brazil. This snack is so popular we can literally find this snack everywhere in Brazil. This snack is made of spiced shredded chicken and cheese, covered with breadcrumbs, and then deep-fried to perfection. Coxinha is traditionally served with a spicy dipping sauce on the side.

Tunnbrodsrulle (Sweden)

Tunnbrodsrulle from Sweden

From Brazil now we move to Sweden. One of the most popular midnight snacks in Sweden is Tunnbrodsrulle. This snack is described as a traditional hot dog wrapped in a flatbread instead of a hot dog bun. Alongside the sausages, mashed potatoes and onions are also wrapped in the flatbread. Tunnbrodsrulle is often enjoyed with beers.

Yum! Which midnight snack do you want to try? Or do you have your own favorite midnight snack that we didn’t mention on our list above? Share with us in the comment section below!

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