The dish that represents America abroad more than any other 

 Breakfast Sandwich Any sandwich featuring cured meats, eggs, cheese, and bread is a breakfast sandwich. Before breakfast sandwiches were popular in the US, 19th-century

Bread Pudding In Europe and the Middle East, bread pudding has been made since medieval times. However, it is cherished and defines New Orleans food. 

Penne alla Vodka Penne alla vodka, a popular dish, combines penne pasta, heavy cream, tomato sauce, and vodka for a distinctive flavor.

 Tuna Sandwich Tuna sandwiches generally have canned tuna and mayonnaise between two pieces of bread. 

Chicken tenders  Breaded and fried chicken tenders come from the pectoralis minor, under the chicken breast.

Peanut butter and jelly sandwich A classic American childhood snack, the peanut butter and jelly sandwich (PB&J) consists of two pieces of bread, one with peanut butter.

Shrimp Cocktail Shrimp cocktail is sautéed prawns in a glass with cocktail sauce. Most people say a 19th-century California miner originated

Stromboli The American stromboli, like a calzone, is a savory turnover filled with classical pizza ingredients like mozzarella or other cheese.

Chinese Chicken Salad Despite its name, Chinese chicken salad is an American dish devised by Wolfgang Puck, an Austrian Asian fusion chef.

Chop Suey In the mid-1800s, Chinese immigrants in the US devised chop suey to make traditional Chinese food more western-friendly.