The 7 Spiciest Dishes in the World

For many, spicy food tolerance is a blessing. It shouldn't be taken for granted. There are no spicier foods than the 7 I'm about to present, whether you're eating hot noodles or swallowing green chilies.


The Korean street snack tteokbokki is cylindrical rice cakes boiled in gochujang sauce. Gochujang sauce is a liquid fire paste created from Korean hot chilies.


Buldak, Korean flaming chicken, is another delicacy. The meal is hot Korean grilled chicken covered in layers of spicy sauce, gochujang, soy sauce, ginger, garlic, and rice syrup. Buldak is so spicy that it inspired the world's hottest instant ramen.

Phaal curry

Tomato, ginger, fennel seeds, your protein, and chili peppers make phaal curry thick. The Carolina Reaper chili pepper is the most popular for phaal curry, however some try spicier ones.


Jjampong is a spicy broth with cabbage, carrots, squid, prawn/shrimp, mussels, and pork. Korean chili flakes make gochugaru taste the soup.

Do you realize that hotter food tastes spicier? The main idea behind a Sichuan hot pot. Sichuan hot pot, from China, includes seafood, pork, veggies, noodles, and a scorching broth to burn your mouth.

Sichuan hot pot

Southeast Asian fish cakes are created from spiced mashed fish. The mixture is folded into banana leaves and cooked.


A fiery Ethiopian spice blend, berbere, melts the brain and makes you want water on the chicken. Eggs, garlic, ginger, cardamom, paprika, and other spicy spices are added to the chicken.

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