Are These Really The 4 Worst Foods In Minnesota?
Some Minnesota foods are better than others. Do you think these are about the Worst 4 Uniquely Minnesota Foods?
If you are from Minnesota chances are you have tried and maybe even like these local dishes.
In a ranking by Tasteatlas, they have come up with some of the “Worst Minnesota Foods”.
I'm not sure what is up with stinky fish and Minnesotans that eat them, but there are 2 non-native fish meals included in the “Worst 4 Uniquely Minnesota Foods”...
Lutefisk: Lutefisk is a traditional Norwegian dish made from dried whitefish soaked in lye, resulting in a gelatinous texture.
It has a strong and distinct odor that many people find off-putting. Lutefisk is often served during holiday gatherings and is an acquired taste.
Surströmming: Although surströmming is not native to Minnesota, it has gained some popularity among adventurous eaters.
Surströmming is fermented Baltic sea herring that has a pungent smell, earning it the title of one of the smelliest foods in the world. It is often consumed with flatbread and various accompaniments.
While some people enjoy its strong flavors, the smell can be overwhelming and unpleasant for others.
Hotdish: While hotdish is a beloved comfort food in Minnesota, it may not be everyone's favorite.
Hotdish is a casserole dish typically made with a combination of ingredients like ground meat, canned vegetables, and condensed soup, all topped with tater tots or a layer of mashed potatoes.
Some people might find it too heavy or bland for their taste.
Canned Spam: Spam is produced by Hormel Company in Austin, Minnesota. Spam is a canned meat product made from pork shoulder and ham.
Spam has been a popular food item for many years and has gained a following in Minnesota and around the world.
It is often used in a variety of recipes, such as Spam sandwiches, Spam & eggs, or incorporated into dishes like Spam hotdish.
Some folks find the salty taste and mystery meat appearance offputting.