Kids Try Rice Dishes From Around The World

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  • Published on:  Thursday, February 22, 2018
  • In this episode of "Kids Try Food", the kids try rice dishes from around the world. For this taste test, the kids react to 8 treasure rice pudding from China, horchata from Mexico, dosas from India, pulut hitam from Malaysia, dolmas (stuffed grape leaves) from Greece, risotto from Italy, tahdig from Iran, jambalaya from the US, paella from Spain and mochi from Japan.

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    Kids Try Rice Dishes From Around The World


  • Emaline L.  (Feb 22, 2018))

    Dude that little guy knows a lotta countries. Congrats on guessing Iran 👏👏👏👏👏

  • Ramin Khaloozadeh  (Dec 15, 2018))

    I don't understand :| why just the Tahdig alone in 6:19 ??. at least serve them a bowl of stew such as Gheimeh, Ghormeh sabzi OR a dish of Chelow kebab Bakhtyariwho eats rice that dry ?!

  • Seal Of Apoorval  (Nov 15, 2018))

    +theflyingpenguin very bold of you to assume I'm self hating or American or a scumbag. On the other hand your presumptuous comment does make you look like a scumbag yourself

  • a ghost  (Jan 25, 2019))

    me: *sees every children talking bad and making disgusted faces about the food from other countries*me: rude.

  • caspence56  (5 days ago))

    For crying out loud, they're kids. I'm pretty sure that kids from around the world tasting some American foods would have the same type of reactions.

  • J e s s i c a  (6 days ago))

    As a child, i love any food :v

  • Carlos García Alcaide  (Apr 3, 2018))

    If thats a paella my grandma is Ironman

  • Lucy  (Jan 12, 2019))

    Me encanta como la gente se ha dado cuenta en los comentarios que el otro también hablaba español

  • Almogàver  (Jan 7, 2019))

    +Meghan Ramsey The ingredients are the normal for a "sea paella", but the cod is totally out of place there...

  • Evelina Voltolini  (Jun 6, 2018))

    I know they are just kids, but the way they taste food makes me mad

  • J e s s i c a  (6 days ago))

    As a child, i will eat any food even it's not taste goodTo make people that make it happy :)

  • Rebecca Kinyon  (Jan 13, 2019))

    .....they're making a funny YouTube video, not an etiquette manual. I doubt this is the way they react food in their own homes when they're not being encourages to explore it, show it to the camera, take only one bite and tell what they think. Why did y'all click on this video if it would give you the urge to slap children...

  • Anna Mikheyeva  (Jun 19, 2018))

    A child tastes anything weird: “IS IT RUSSIAN?”

  • Maleficent  (Dec 2, 2018))

    Or "IS IT CANADIAN?" Forgetting that the United States and Canada have a lot of the same foods...

  • M M  (Feb 22, 2018))

    I love the little girl when she tried the Dosa, instead of saying "this is gross" or "I don't like it" instead she said "I can see why other people would like it..." and then gave her opinion without being offensive.

  • Pink Heart  (Oct 28, 2018))

    Dosa didn't have to be that spicy. Less spicy is ok. Also who serves mango chutney with dosa🤦‍♀️

  • Lohith Surya  (Oct 25, 2018))


  • Abrar Shams  (Jan 27, 2019))

    No biriyani? Thats like the greatest rice dish ever existed e.e

  • Abrar Shams  (Feb 12, 2019))

    +StingStungMe Mae you got a point man but trust me theres nothing like biriyani in the universe

  • StingStungMe Mae  (Feb 12, 2019))

    I am not familiar with biriyani so I googled it. It looks yummy but maybe they didn't include it because at first glance it looks like combination\chicken\vegetable fried rice which most Americans are familiar with.

  • Pietro B  (Feb 1, 2019))

    That Risotto with literally only the rice and the parmesan cheese has killed at least 8 Italians. Guys you have to put things inside the risotto, like shrimps, or mushrooms, or vegetables like courgettes: it's good because it's creamy and can have a lot of different flavours. Try porcine mushrooms and pumpkin, or the typical beef marrow and saffron: it's just wow.

  • Vasa.p8520  (Feb 4, 2019))

    soni inglesi. Non capiscono un cazzi du cucina e quindi fanno i piatti italiani come va a loro, diffamando la nostra cucina e insegnando cose sbagliate

  • Radspakr Wolfbane  (Jan 28, 2019))

    Kids can't seem to handle the basics of eating.Forks aren't that difficult to use.

  • Nicolas Test  (Feb 3, 2019))

    Totally agree with you. Let alone sitting still and eat. I can't imagine what kind of parent did such a disfavor to themselves, they must go through such a pain at each meal.

  • Aracely Flores  (Feb 1, 2019))

    youre right

  • chinki singhal  (Jun 23, 2018))

    You do not have to make every Indian dish spicy... especially not dosa filling...and never ever is dosa served with mango chutney!!! It's served with coconut chutney that is spicy or a tomato chutney!!! Pls choose your recipes clearly..make sure the kids eat the right dishes

  • andrewthezeppo  (Jan 8, 2019))

    I did just see it on a Cooking Channel special of the spiciest foods in the worlds over Christmas break though. But it was focused on specific restaurants that have a famed dish like hottest burrito or hottest wings.