With so many different foods at our fingertips, it can be hard to choose just one. Thanks to these 18 creative fusions, now you don’t have to. Beyond blending just a couple cultures into one harmonious dish, we found a pastry collab or two that is sure to knock your socks off. There’s Mexican meets Korean food, chocolate chip cookies mingling with Oreos and so much more. In other words: You’re certain to enjoy treating yourself to a slew of new taste experiences with this assortment of recipes. The only decision you’ll need to make is which one to cook up first.

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1. Banh Mi Meatball Bites: We’d gladly pop a few of these bites as a skewered appetizer or load ’em up on a baguette, meatball grinder-style. (via A Happy Food Dance)

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2. Thai Red Curry Chicken Tacos With Spicy Peanut Drizzle: Make your next taco Tuesday a Thai-inspired affair. The contrast of curried chicken, creamy peanut sauce and crisp coleslaw is a not-to-be-missed experience. (via The Devil Wears Parsley)

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3. Pork Sisig Burrito: Whether you wrap up the well-seasoned pork filling and garlic fried rice in a tortilla or serve it as a burrito bowl atop a pile of lettuce, you cannot go wrong. Enjoy bringing a taste of one of Vegas’s most-loved food trucks home, wherever you live. (via Cherry on My Sundae)

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4. Blue Corn Crepe Chicken Enchiladas: Holy crepe! We can hardly believe that you’ll be digging into this satisfying meal in under an hour. (via Betty Crocker)

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5. Korean Fried Chicken With Ube Waffles: Chicken and waffles has never been a more colorful affair. Purple sweet potatoes provide their signature tint to the waffle batter, while a sweet and sour fried chicken crowns the top with its finger lickin’ goodness. (via Rosie Eats)

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6. Butter Chicken Sopes: A thick, crisp-yet-chewy corn cake serves as a terrific base for a perennial Indian restaurant fave: butter chicken. (via The Yum Factor)

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7. Sushi Napolean: Forget rolling, borrow this layering trick to get sushi on the table fast. It’s a just as impressive presentation, dont’cha think? (via No Face Plate)

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8. Spicy Korean Pork Burritos: Who else likes their burritos spicy? Us too. And you can be sure that these bad boys, featuring a famous fermented chili paste deliver in full force. (via Super Golden Bakes)

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9. Bruschetta, Indian-Style: Enjoy making the cheese, chutney and cherry tomato toppings ALL from scratch. For bonus points, add one final essential bruschetta element to the list: the bread. You got this. (via Box of Spice)

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10. Chicken Souvlaki Banh Mi: This fusion of Greek and Vietnamese cuisine in sandwich form is the best of both worlds. (via Dang That’s Delicious)

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11. Chocolate Chip Cookie Stuffed Oreos: Pour us a tall one — of milk that is. We’re sensing some serious cookie dunking ahead. (via Cleobuttera)

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12. Short Rib Boeuf Bourguignon Chili: Warm up with a big bowlful of this elegant chili. Ground beef’s got nothin’ on the meltingly tender shreds of short rib you’ll find in every spoonful. (via Jenessa’s Dinners)

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13. Cuban Burger: When two famous (and favorite) sandwiches meet, your taste buds stand to benefit in a big way. There’s always time for a totally authentic take another day. (via Simple Comfort Food)

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14. Thai Clam Chowder: Creamy coconut milk tempers the heat of this chowdah. And if you can’t handle a whole lot of chili action, not to worry — it’s easily customizable to your preferences. (via Tartine and Apron Strings)

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15. Spaghetti Gangnam Style: Now that’s a spicy meat sauce. Kick up your next batch of bolognese and get twirlin’. (via Sushi Bytes)

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16. Caesar Salad Wonton Cups: Wonton cups provide enough crunch that you can easily forgo the croutons here. This Caesar can easily rule your next appetizer spread, or serve as a creative salad course. (via Recipe Tin Eats)

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17. Poutine Hash Brown Waffles: With so many well thought out fusions in one — fried eggs meets loaded fries meets hash browns meets the waffle iron — you know this dish will steal the spotlight at any brunch. (via Nutmeg Nanny)

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18. Monte Cristo Lasagna: Capture the flavors of the cheesy, hammy Monte Cristo sandwich between layers of noodles in this delish casserole. In lieu of finely shredded Parm, a sprinkle of powdered sugar is the perfect finishing touch for each serving. (via Climbing Grier Mountain)

Feeling ready for a culinary adventure? Or have some fave food fusions to share? Let us know in the comments below.