Focus: Ethnic foods you must try. What are your little-known foods that need to be recognized for their deliciousness? My favorite food in Honduras was called a baleada. It was a giant, thick flour tortilla filled with eggs, sausage, refried beans and hot sauce. You could add nearly anything: mantequilla, avocado, tomatoes and it would still be utterly delicious. The best was when it was thrown on a grill for 30 seconds before you ate it. Heavenly. In Indonesia, it was babi guling, or their version of barbecue. Slow roasted, stuffed with spices, and so moist and tender you would think it wasn't fully cooked. Life-changing, I don't think NC, SC, or TX barbecue will ever be as good.