36 Foods That Start With X

There are so many amazing foods that start with the letter X, it’s hard to figure out where to even begin!
We could talk about Xocai, but that’s too easy.
How about Xylitol? It’s one of our favorites because it makes great-tasting, sugar-free treats! But there’s also Xeres vinegar and Xoco chocolate – both of which start with “X.” And don’t forget xanthan gum! It’s one of our favorites because it makes smooth sauces and salad dressings. There’s Xomilatas, Xocottis…and more! So what do you think: Ready to go explore?

List of Foods That Start With X

Xocolatl

The word ‘chocolate’ comes from the Aztec xocolatl meaning bitter water. Chocolatl was a drink created for the Aztec nobility in Mexico during the 16th century because chocolate wasn’t sweetened at this point. The method of creating unsweetened chocolate can be credited to Moctezuma II who ordered the beans to be ground and mixed with water, chillies and spices.

Xeres vinegar

A type of white wine, this is a traditional product from Spain. Xeres vinegar has a rich and full flavor that goes well with foods like vegetables and poultry. It can also be used to make salad dressings or as an ingredient in cooking recipes such as tomato sauce.

Xampinyons en Salsa

These are a great snack to enjoy on the go! Xampinyon is a type of green pepper. You can make salsa with it by adding tomatoes, onions, garlic and cilantro. It’s very simple to make this easy recipe.

Xavier Soup

Xavier soup is a traditional dish in Belgium. It’s also known as “Kalfstafet” or “bouillon.” The broth is made with sausage, potatoes and vegetables. This recipe makes one quart of soup.

Xi Gua Lao

A Chinese dish made with meat, vegetables, and rice noodles. Xi Gua Lao is a popular meal in the northern regions of China that consists of three ingredients: spicy meatballs, green peppers, and stir-fried rice noodles. This food can be found in different forms including stir-fried, boiled, or fried.

Xocottis

This is a mezze food that comes from Egypt and is made of fried pastry with a filling of ground beef, onions and spices.

Xigua

Xigua is a type of dessert that’s made with fruit, sugar and jelly. It can be eaten as a snack or part of a meal. You can use xigua to make other dishes like stewed pork or stir-fried rice cakes.

Xalapa Punch

This drink is a traditional beverage from the Mexican state of Veracruz. It’s made with fermented blue agave and tamarind, which gives it its unique taste. This beverage has many different variations in Mexico including X alapeño (a variation using chilies) and Xalapepote ( a variation using lemons).

Xigua Popsicles

Xigua is a type of apple that comes from Ecuador. These apples are sweet and delicious, and make for great snacks or even eaten on their own. Xigua Popsicles can be made with real fruit juice or flavored sugar syrup.

Xacuti

It is a traditional drink from the Mexican state of Oaxaca. It’s made with corn, chilies, and cinnamon. This beverage has many different variations in Mexico including Xacotlana (a variation using lemons) and Xocoatl ( a variation using chilies).

Xiaolongbao

Xiaolongbao is a soup dumpling that’s filled with soup. It’s often eaten as an appetizer or served at Chinese restaurants, but it can also be used to make other dishes like stewed pork and stir-fried rice cakes.

Xiaodianxin

Xiaodianxin is a type of soup that’s made with noodles and meat. It can be eaten as a snack or as part of a meal. Xiaodianxin can also be used to make other dishes like stewed pork or stir-fried rice cakes.

Xavier Steak

A steak with no bones, or “bone-in” is sometimes referred to as a bone-out steak, although the latter term is used only in North America. They are usually more expensive than boneless steaks and cut from beef carcasses that have been “butchered down” for low-end retail cuts.

Xoco chocolate

The Maya believed that the cocoa bean had divine origin, and used it as currency. They drank a bitter form of cocoa mixed with water and spices until Columbus brought sugar back from his voyage to Hispaniola. Xoco chocolate is made by using traditional Mayan recipes made from 100% raw cacao beans, local wildflower honey or cane sugar, and no refined sugar.

Xinomavro Grapes

The Xinomavro grape is one of the primary grapes used in wine production in Greece. The grape produces a very distinct earthy flavour and is often described as having an almost creamy texture to it.

Xia Mi

A popular dish in China that is made of noodles mixed with meat (often pork), cabbage, cilantro, carrots, and scallions. Xia Mi can be found in many restaurants throughout China.

XO Sauce

XO Sauce is a spiced sauce with Cognac, typically used in Cantonese cuisine, but it’s gaining popularity in many other cuisines around the world due to its strong and delicious flavor. It can be made with prawns, chicken or beef among others which makes it popular during the festive seasons like Christmas.

Xomolatas

These are savory pastries rich in eggs and cheese; they often contain spinach too. They’re popular in Greece and Cyprus. Xylitol  It is also known as xylite or birch sugar, and it’s a sugar substitute that’s popular for those with diabetes. It occurs naturally in many fruits and vegetables, but it can also be made artificially from ingredients like corn cobs and seaweed.

Xiangjiao

Xiangjiao is a type of dried fruit that’s great for making snacks and desserts. It comes in many different colors, such as white, green, red, purple and black. You can use it to make applesauce or other dishes like muesli bars and granola.

Xocai

Made from rich cocoa beans mostly found in Brazil, Colombia and Venezuela; Xocai is chocolate at its most nutritious form because of the raw ingredients that are used to make it. This chocolate comes with healthy cacao powder, pumpkin seeds, acai berries and blueberries among others for that perfect taste which you have not experienced before.

Xingren Doufu

The Xingren Doufu is made from the same ingredients as the Xingren Donfu with an addition of some oatmeal powder. The mixture is then baked to create this product. This can also be found as a common street food within China as well as Japan where it’s called Dango.

Xoi

This is a sticky rice dish that comes from Vietnam and can be eaten at any time but especially for breakfast. Usually there’s no meat in this dish, but it can also include mung beans, chestnuts, black-eyed peas or peanuts. It has a starchy texture and usually wrapped in banana leaves (or another large leaf).

Xidoufen

Xidoufen is a type of jelly dessert that’s made with jellies, sugar and fruit. It can be eaten as a snack or part of a meal. You can use xidoufen to make other dishes like stewed pork or stir-fried rice cakes.

Xoconostle

The xoconostle is a type of cactus pear that belongs to the Opuntia genus. Xoconostles are small light green fruits which grow on spiny pears and contain white flesh. The origins of this fruit can be traced back to South America and Mexico where it was cultivated by native Mayans and Aztecs in pre-Hispanic times. Today there are many health benefits attributed to eating them such as reducing cholesterol levels, increasing immunity, aiding diarrhoea relief and having an alkalising effect on the body’s pH level (which reduces acidosis).

Xnipec

A traditional citrus fruit that is popular in Latin American countries. This tangy fruit is similar to a lime or lemon, but it’s more tart and less juicy. It comes from the cactus family and has an edible peel which adds some extra flavor to savory dishes or desserts.

Xingren Donfu

The Xingren Donfu is a type of food that is made from glutinous rice flour, ripened sweet red bean paste and sugar. This can be found commonly throughout China as a common street food that has a chewy consistency.

Xiangcaojing

A type of noodle that is made with wheat flour and egg noodles. Xiangcaojing can be found in many Chinese restaurants around the world. The dish has a spicy, salty flavor that makes it taste great with rice.

Xnipec Salsa

Salsa is a spicy sauce made with tomatoes, onions, garlic, salt, bell peppers, vinegar, lime juice, chili peppers, coriander leaves (cilantro), parsley leaves (optional), oregano leaves (optional), sugar/honey/sweetener (optional) among others depending on what you are making. A salsa can be sweet or hot depending on your preferences.

Xia

A Chinese dish made with noodles and meat. Xia is a common meal that can be found in many restaurants throughout China. It consists of rice noodles mixed with shredded chicken, eggs, vegetables like cabbage and carrots, and bean sprouts. It is often served with soy sauce, ginger, garlic, and sometimes chili peppers.

Xylocarp Cupcakes

These are cupcakes made of banana cake and they’re covered in cream cheese icing and decorated with walnuts. They come from the Philippines.

Xmas Cookies

The Christmas Cookie usually consists of either gingerbread or shortbread cookies that are decorated with icing and sprinkles for festive occasions such as Christmas. These cookies are commonly associated with winter months and holiday seasons due to their rich flavors and ingredients such as walnuts, molasses, cinnamon powder, and ginger.

Xanthia

Xanthia is a small genus of marine bivalve mollusks in the family Anomiidae. It contains two species: Xanthia glomerata (Sebastes sp.) and Xanthia ang ulata (Mallotus villosus).

Xiphias

The Xiphias is a popular seafood dish made from marinated and grilled swordfish. This is common throughout Mediterranean cuisine, however can also be found in countries such as Japan where it’s known as Shichimi Togarashi Salmon.

Ximenia Caffra

The Ximenia Caffra is a type of fruit from the evergreen trees of south western Africa. This fruit is commonly used in cooking due to its sweet, tangy taste. This fruit can be eaten fresh or dried. It has become popular for use in a variety of desserts and beverages.

Xanthan gum

Xanthan gum is a non-sugar polysaccharide produced by the fermentation of glucose, xylose and mannitol. It is used as a thickener in many food products. Xanthan Gum has many benefits to health including anti-caking, thick ening, stabilizing and emulsifying.

Xiao Long Bao

Xiao Long Bao is a steamed dumpling that’s filled with soup. It’s one of the most popular Chinese food items and you can find it at almost any Chinese restaurant in America. Xiao Long Bao are delicious, but they’re also very filling.

Wrap Up

The list of foods that start with the letter X is a long one. There are so many different types of food from all over the world, it can be hard to keep track!

Now that we’ve covered the letter “X” and all of its delicious foods, It’s time to have a look at some lists like this- perhaps starting with another letter?

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