6. Milanesa de Pollo (South America)
Milanesa de pollo is a traditional dish eaten in different countries of South America. The piece of chicken is pounded until it is flattened to about a centimeter thick. The fillet is then dreged in flour, dipped in beaten egg, and coated with panko crumbs. Milanesa de pollo is served warm, with a wedge of lemon, and often, a generous siding of greens.
7. Ga Chien (Vietnam)
The Vietnamese flavors incorporated into ga chien include chili, fish sauce, lime, cilantro, fresh mint, and garlic. Fish sauce and garlic are combined with a little sugar to create a glaze that is sweet, sticky, and flavorful. Vietnamese fried chicken is often served with a side of vermicelli noodles and vegetables.