How much do you know about Asian Cuisine? Have you tried them before? We will discuss about the different traditions of Asian cuisine and cooking method and as well as their history.You will be a lover of them after browsing this website!
A pineapple bun is a kind of sweet bun predominantly popular in Hong Kong and Australia, though they are also common in Chinatowns worldwide. In June 2014, Hong Kong governement listed the pineapple bun as a part of Hong Kong's intangible culture heritage.
Omurice is an example of contemporary Japanese fusion cuisine (Yōshoku) consisting of an omelette made with fried rice and usually topped with ketchup. During 1990s, a very popular Japanese restaruant was selling Omelette and their staff combined Omelette with rice for their lunch. The result was extrodinary delicious and it becomes so famous and popular in Asia country as well.
Dumplings are a kind of Chinese dumpling, commonly eaten in China and other parts of East Asia. They are one of the major foods eaten during the Chinese New Year and year-round in the northern provinces. Dumplings typically consist of a ground meat and/or vegetable filling wrapped into a thinly rolled piece of dough, which is then sealed by pressing the edges together.
The origin of sushi is believed to keep meat fresh without refrigeration. They would cure meat and fish and wrap it in rice to preserve its freshness. It was then left to ferment for several months. If the meat and fish were treated this way, it could be preserved for several months longer than being cured alone. Eventually, when enough time had passed, they would discard the rice and eat the cured insides.
In Australia, sushi is act like a take away fast food choice for customers. However in Japan, Japanese love to enjoy their food inside their shop, most of the shop do not have a take away counter, while there will be a conveyor belt of sushi in the shop. Customers order their food directly to the chef.
One of the most popular asian dish. A very decent side dish that should be paired with alcohol or a simple soft drink and it delivers a very fair taste. If you ever want a quick fix to satisfy your hunger, then this is the dish to order. A good suggestion would be to indulge every pipi in the sauce provided on the dish and eat it all at once.
A very popular dish in 1850 to now. The dish was first discovered after Danh Thanh dropped his icecream onto a bowl of red bean. The icecream quickly melted which accidentally mixed with the bowl of red bean. Sir Danh Thanh follows a moral where food should not be wasted, so Danh ate the bowl of icecream mixed with red bean and quickly fell in love with it. Now it is very popular in Asian countries and one of the most ordered dish on the menu.
A combination of western and asian favourites. The bursting flavour of matcha donuts among with matcha pocky sticks and if eaten with the side jelly and fruits, it will want you to go back for more. However, be sure to bring a tooth brush with you as the flavours may stick on your teeth.
A popular dessert served in Asian countries, mainly in Hongkong during Yum Cha. It is best served with cold drinks and other desserts. Usually they're baked and served immediately but Mr Dai Yima discovered a method to cook egg tarts without baking it. Instead he would just put it in the fridge and wait overnight rather than baking it.
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