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by: itisclaudio, created: 27 Dec 2016, updated: 26 May 2020 Public: Users can add dishes

There may not be an actual science behind foods or dishes that cure hangovers but there most definitely are dishes that people believe will help them get over their hangover. Feel free to add your hangover cure dish.

1. Fricase

Fricasé, Spicy Pork Meat Stew (Bolivian)

Fricassee (free-ca-ze) is typical dish from LaPaz-Bolivia. Bolivian culture dishes are usually spicy and contain vegetables common to the countries agriculture. Fricassee is a soup that everyone eats regardless of class or color .This soup is usually eaten for lunch due to its strong flavor and spices. However, it is also known to make a really bad hangover disappear, also known as “levanta muertos”, meaning “raising of the dead”. It is cooked in the mornings at markets were people go after a long night out. http://www.wikihow.com/Cook-Fricassee

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2. Ajiaco

(Chilean)

This restorative stew, so brothy that it's almost a soup, is enjoyed in small towns throughout Chile—where it is often served on Mondays as a means of using up leftovers from the traditional Sunday barbecue.

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3. Pastel

(Brazilian)

Pastel is a popular finger food found across Brazil, from upscale beachside botecas to fry daddies mounted in makeshift VW Kombi kitchens. This recipe for the dough can be made days in advance and then refrigerated. The fillings vary greatly but three traditional options are mozzarella cheese, seasoned shredded chicken or ground beef browned with chopped garlic and onion. You don't even need a deep fryer, a handy skillet will do the trick. http://thelatinkitchen.com/r/recipe/pastel

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4. Pho

Phở (Vietnamese)

Pho is a Vietnamese noodle soup consisting of broth, linguine-shaped rice noodles called bánh ph?, a few herbs, and meat. Pho is a popular street food in Vietnam and the specialty of a number of restaurant chains around the world. It is primarily served with either beef or chicken. The Hanoi and Saigon styles of pho differ by noodle width, sweetness of broth, and choice of herbs. The origin of pho and its name is a subject of scholarly debate. A related beef noodle soup, bún bò Hu?, is associated with Hu? in central Vietnam.

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5. Revuelto Gramajo

(Argentine)

Revuelto Gramajo can be ordered in practically every Argentinian restaurant or bodega and is highly effective. No soup but a solid greasy meal with eggs, ham and potatoes.

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6. Tortilla Soup

(Mexican)

Tortilla soup is a traditional Mexican soup made of fried corn tortilla pieces, submerged into a broth of tomato, garlic, onion, and chile de árbol and epazote. Wikipedia

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7. Haejangguk

Hangover soup, sulguk (Korean)

It refers to all kinds of guk or soup eaten as a hangover cure in Korean cuisine. It means "soup to chase a hangover" and is also called sulguk. It usually consists of dried Napa cabbage, vegetables and meat in a hearty beef broth. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haejangguk

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8. Shkembe Chorba

(Bulgarian)

The literal English translation is tripe soup - tripe is the thick lining of the stomach of cattle... Seasoned with garlic, vinegar, and hot red pepper, it will surprise you with its unique aroma and taste - good surprise that is. It is scientifically proven that Shkembe chorba helps alleviate a hangover when consumed after waking up with one. Eat it with as much rakia or beer as you want.

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9. Full English Breakfast

british breakfast (English)

A traditional full English breakfast includes bacon (traditionally back bacon), fried, poached or scrambled eggs, fried or grilled tomatoes, fried mushrooms, fried bread or toast with butter, sausages, and baked beans.

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10. Leche De Tigre

Leche De Pantera (Peruvian)

Leche de tigre, or tiger's milk, is the Peruvian term for the citrus-based marinade that cures the seafood in a ceviche. Also known as leche de pantera, this leftover fish runoff usually contains lime juice, sliced onion, chiles, salt, and pepper — along with a bit of fish juice. In Peru, the invigorating potion is often served alongside ceviche in a small glass and believed to be both a hangover cure as well as an aphrodisiac. http://www.popsugar.com/food/What-Leche-de-…

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11. Katerfruhstuck

Katerfrühstück, Rollmop Herring, hangover breakfast (German)

Katerfrühstück (hangover breakfast) is a German specialty usually consisting of marinated herring (rollmops), pickled gherkins or similar sour-tasting food, this is often the first meal of the day after an alcohol filled night in Germany, due to the fact it's believed to restore electrolytes.

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12. Ciorba De Burta

Ciorbă De Burtă, Tripe Soup (Romanian)

Ciorbă de burtă is a traditional Romanian sour soup made with beef tripe, garlic, sour cream and vinegar.

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13. Umeboshi

梅干, Japanese Plums, Japanese Plums, Preserved Plums (Japanese)

Umeboshi (dried ume) are pickled (brined) ume fruits common in Japan. The word umeboshi is often translated into English as 'salted Japanese plums', 'Japanese plums' or 'preserved plums'. Ume (Prunus mume) is a species of fruit-bearing tree in the genus Prunus, which is often called a "plum", but is actually more closely related to the apricot. Pickled ume which are not dried are also called umezuke (梅漬け). Umeboshi are a popular kind of Japanese tsukemono ('pickled thing'; preserved or fermented) and are extremely sour and salty. Sweet umeboshi made with honey also exist. They are usually served as a side …

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14. Menudo

Pancita (Mexican)

Made with beef stomach in broth with a red chili pepper base. Traditionally, Menudo was a family food prepared by the entire family and more recently it has been proved to be a remedy for hangover.

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15. Chicken Yassa

Jassa, Yassa Au Poulet, Braised Chicken (Senegalese)

This dish is prepared with chicken, onions and lemon, is a speciality from the Casamance region in the south of Senegal.

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16. Kokoretsi

Kokoreç (Greek) (Iranian) (Turkish)

Kokoretsi is a dish of the Balkans, Greece, Azerbaijan, Iranian Azerbaijan and Turkey consisting of lamb or goat intestines wrapped around seasoned offal, including sweetbreads, hearts, lungs, or kidneys, and typically grilled; a variant consists of chopped innards cooked on a griddle. The intestines of suckling lambs are preferred. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kokoretsi

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17. Shijimi Miso Soup

あさりの, 味噌汁 (Japanese)

Shijimi Miso Soup is a Japanese miso soup made with shijimi clams. This dish is believed to be the answer to hangovers. These clams contain ornithine, which is an amino acid that helps to remove liver toxins and helps liver function.

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18. Tiger Toast

(Australian)

Tiger Toast is an Australian grill cheese sandwich with the variation that Vegemite is added in lines to resemble tiger stripes.

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19. Rassolnik

(Russian)

This is a traditional Russian soup made from pickled cucumbers, pearl barley, and pork or beef kidneys.[1] A vegetarian variant of rassolnik also exists, usually made during Lent. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rassolnik

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20. Espresso

(Italian) (-Worldwide-)

Espresso is brewed by using an espresso machine to force a small amount of nearly boiling water and steam – about 86 to 95 °C (187 to 203 °F) – under pressure through finely ground and compacted coffee. The espresso machine was patented in 1901 from an earlier 1884 machine, and developed in Italy; with the invention of the Gaggia machine, espresso spread in popularity to the UK in the 1950s where it was more often drunk with milk as cappuccino due to the influence of the British milk bars, then America in the 1980s where again it was mainly …

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21. Poutine

(Canadian)

Poutine is a Canadian dish. It is made with French fries and cheese curds topped with a light brown gravy.

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22. Te De Oregano

Oregano Tea (Ecuadorian)

Oregano tea is an Ecuadorian hot beverage made by brewing the leaves of the Mediterranean oregano plant, this tea is mainly drunk in Ecuador to help settle the stomach.

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23. Mongolian Mary

(Mongolian)

Mongolian Mary is a famous Mongolian dish that is quite popular as a cure for hangovers. It is made of pickled eyeballs of a sheep in tomato sauce. It’s actually a traditional cure that dates back to the times of the great Mongolian leader Genghis Kahn.

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24. Irn-bru

(Scottish)

Irn-Bru is a Scottish carbonated soft drink, often described as "Scotland's other national drink". It is produced in Westfield, Cumbernauld, North Lanarkshire, by A.G. Barr of Glasgow, since moving out of their Parkhead factory in the mid-2000s. Wikipedia

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25. Migas

(Mexican)

Breakfast dish consisting of corn tortilla strips fried on a pan or griddle until almost crispy, to which eggs are then added to create a scrambled egg/fried tortilla mixture. This preparation makes use of hardened corn tortillas left over from previous meals. Chilaquiles is a similar meal that substitutes salsa for eggs during cooking. Both are hearty, inexpensive working-class breakfast meals.

The humble orbs contain the amino acid cysteine, which helps break down acetaldehyde, which is thought to be one of the causes of hangovers. And migas, the renowned Tex-Mex hangover slayer, combines …

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26. Yaka Mein

Yakamein, Ya-Ka-Mein,牛肉麵 (American) (American Chinese)

Yaka Mein is a type of beef noodle soup.It is consists of stewed beef in beef-based broth served on top of noodles and garnished with half a hard-boiled egg and chopped green onions.

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27. Prairie Oyster

Prairie Fire Oyster Shot, Prairie Cocktail, Thai Aphrodisiac (American)

A prairie oyster is a traditional beverage consisting of a raw egg, Worcestershire sauce, vinegar and/or hot sauce, table salt, and ground black pepper. Tomato juice is sometimes added, reminiscent of a Bloody Mary. The egg is broken into a glass so as not to break the yolk. The mixture is quickly swallowed. Wikipedia

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28. Kaya Toast

(Malaysian)

It is prepared with kaya (coconut jam),a topping of sugar, coconut milk and eggs, pandan, and sometimes margarine or butter.

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29. Congee

conjee (-Worldwide-)

Congee is a type of rice porridge or gruel popular in many Asian countries. When eaten as plain rice congee, it is most often served with side dishes. When additional ingredients, such as meat, fish, and flavorings, are added while preparing the congee, it is most often served as a meal on its own, especially for the ill. Names for congee are as varied as the style of its preparation. Despite its many variations, it is usually a thick porridge of rice largely disintegrated after prolonged cooking in water.

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30. Reparationsbajer Beer

Repairing Beer (Danish)

Reparationsbajer is a Danish beef of the "American Pale Ale (APA)" style with 5.8% ABV brewed in Denmark. Reparationsbajer roughly translates to 'repair beer'.

Keep drinking is the thinking behind this traditional hangover remedy in Denmark

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31. Utopenci

utopenec (Czech)

Utopenci - pickled sausages, very popular in the better pubs in the Czech Republic. Utopenci is a classic Czech delicacy to go with beer and it is made with Spekacek sausages.

This dish works on the basis that pickle juice is a great way of rehydrating the body.

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32. Drunken Noodle

Kee Mao, Pad Kee Mao, Pad Ki Mao, Pad Kimao (Thai)

Drunken noodles (or pad kee mao, less frequently pad ki mao or pad kimao, Thai: ผัดขี้เมา, rtgs: phat khi mao, pronounced [pʰàt kʰîː māw]; Lao: ຜັດຂີ້ເມົາ) is a Chinese-influenced dish that was made popular by the Chinese people living in Thailand and Laos. In Thai, khi mao means drunkard. Drunken Noodle is a stir fried noodle dish very similar to phat si-io, but with a slightly different flavor profile. It is normally made with broad rice noodles, soy sauce, fish sauce, garlic, meat, seafood or tofu, bean sprouts or other vegetables, and various seasonings. Chili, unripe drupes pepper and holy …

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33. Green Coconut Water

(Bangladeshi)

Green Coconut Water is also available in the street and it is fine, safe and nutritious to drink. It's especially found in the summer.

Coconut water besides been hydrating is also high in potassium and contains many helpful ingredients such as antioxidants, ascorbic acids, and magnesium.

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34. Ostrich Egg Omelette

Ostrich Omelet (South African)

South Africa omelet made with ostrich egg. It is a hangover cure for South Africans.

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