18 Flags of Countries Recreated With Their Typical Food

Eighteen delicious dishes in the form of flags made using the country’s traditional foods. See how many you can look at without feeling hungry.

Last year the Australian advertising agency Whybin/TBWA was elected to create a campaign to promote the Sydney International Food Festival, Australia’s largest gastronomic event, and has attracted nearly a million attendees in its previous editions.

So, if the subject is food, nothing is fairer than making the best of each country to illustrate amazing and tasty images. It was from there that the participants recreated the flags of 18 countries with ingredients and typical dishes of each one of them.

Check out the gallery below, learn a little more about the cuisine of some countries and try to reach the end without drooling!

1. Australia.

This flag has been created using a tasty meat pie and gravy. The union jack is made of a few squirts of ketchup.

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2. Brazil.

A giant banana leaf makes up the base of the Brazilian flag and a lemon, pineapple and passion fruit makes up the rest.

3. China.

Red dragon fruit is used for the China flag and few slices of star fruit finishes it off.

4. South Korea.

Kimbap and dipping sauces are simple enough to create the Korean flag.

5. Spain.

Slices of Chorizo and paella rice, delicious.

6. United States.

Traditional hot dog with ketchup and mustard to make the stars and stripes. Can’t get more American than this.

7. France.

Gorgonzola and brie cheese along with a bunch of grapes makes up the French flag.

8. Greece.

Cubes of feta cheese mixed with fresh olives.

9. India.

Chicken curry, white rice, paparis and a single poppadom cleverly placed makes up the Indian flag.

10. Indonesia.

Hot chilli sauce and plain white rice is enough to make up the Indonesian flag.

11. Italy.

Cooked Spaghetti, ripe tomatoes and a few basil leaves creates the Italian flag.

12. Japan.

One slice of fresh tuna sitting on a bed of rice is all you need to make the Japanese flag.

13. Lebanon.

Lavash bread, fattoush and parsley. Yummy.

14. United Kingdom.

The Union Jack is represented by a giant scone topped with cream and different coloured jams.

15. Switzerland.

Slices of ham and emmental cheese.

16. Thailand.

Sweet pepper sauce, grated coconut and a blue crab.

17. Turkey.

Delicious traditional Turkish delight makes up the Turkish flag.

18. Vietnam.

Rambutan, lychee and star fruit.

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Source; Daily News Dog