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Here Are The Top 5 Asian Dishes You Should Try

Some of the most famous dishes in the world are from Asia, ruling the taste of spices, seafood, vegetarian food, traditional platters, and divine flavors.

This continent is a birthplace of many cuisines signifying the use of rice, yogurt, and coconut milk. The most populous chunk gives us a variety of combinations and unbelievable discoveries of food, which are renowned all over the globe.

Though there are numerous original dishes from Asia which are worth a try, here we list the top 5!

  1. Sri Lankan Curry Feast
    This platter is a combination of many cuisines with a mixture of spices and flavors. Sri Lanka was earlier known as Ceylon, the ‘island of spices and gems”, and now masters the spice arena being southernmost to the Indian roots.The Curry Feast is a jewel for eyes because it combines the entire culture of Sri Lanka in one place, signifying the authentic taste. This special feast plate comprises of Lamprais (lump of rice) and two special curries.

    The two special curries include a three meat curry of beef, pork, and lamb and ash plantain with aubergine. The Curry Feast seems simple, but it isn’t! It is baked in an oven with wrapped over banana leaf, addition to ghee, onions, and spices. We see your mouth watering!

  2. Momos
    Momo, one of the most popular and loved dishes in Asia, and for a good reason! Have you ever tasted the authentic Himalayan Momos, also known as ‘dumplings’?If you haven’t, you’re missing out on something delicious!

    Traditionally, goat, lamb, beef, chicken, and yak meat are the fillings used, but due to popularity, vegetarian stuffing is also added to the list.

    Vegetarian Momos are very famous in India and Nepal, ruling the menu of every restaurant and street food joint. Often had steamed, momos can also be fried. The process of making this famous dish is quite similar in every corner, using drops of oil with onion, garlic, and ginger. Momos are served with dips that add to the deliciousness, making it worth trying!

    Momos are native to Ladakh, a Union territory of India; Northeast Indian regions of Sikkim, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, and Darjeeling; Tibet, Bhutan, and Nepal.

  3. Noodles
    They have their origin from China with traditional links of cooking. Noodles soup is available in every corner of the world, giving an impression that it is originally found at that very place. But it is a myth!

    Noodles soup is a baby from China, who accepted the variations by every country. There is an old Chinese saying, “I would prefer no house to live in, rather than no noodles to eat.” Noodles in China are eaten as a staple food, favorite dish, and a dish for every occasion.

    The top noodle dishes to try are Beijing Soybean Paste Noodles, Lanzhou Hand-Pulled Noodles, Chengdu Dandan Noodles, Chongqing Spicy Noodles, and Henan Braised Noodles.

    There are thousands of ways to cook noodles in China with a variety of flavors. As your hometown may not serve authentic flavor of noodles, you may as well consider visiting China for the same!

  4. Sushi
    The land of best food, restaurants, service, and hospitality serves us this famous dish of raw fish- Sushi.

    Japan, the land of the rising sun, offers us some delicious variety in Sushi. It is available worldwide in numerous restaurants. The taste is moderate with balanced spices blending the rice, raw fish and vegetables well. Sushi proves that it’s not just the matter of taste but also health – it is one of the healthiest dishes in Japan with best cooking elements. The best Sushi rolls to try are Boston roll, Dragon roll, Tuna roll, King Crab roll, and Alaska roll. Add this dish to your list!

  5. Pad Thai
    The name itself contains Thailand! Food from Thailand is a perfect balance of sweet, sour, salt and bitter, and the best example of this combination is Pad Thai.

    This dish comprises both non-vegetarian and vegetarian elements, and the best way to experience this dish is by understanding the elements it is made of. Pad Thai is made with soaked dried rice noodles with eggs, cottage cheese, tamarind, and must-use ingredient – fish sauce. It is made with vegetables like bean sprouts, garlic chives, pickled radishes, and raw banana flowers, served with roasted peanuts and lemon slices.

    Here, the consumer’s preference is respected with the kind of blend they choose, either be a fish sauce or another sauce for vegetarians. Obviously, now we know why it is one of the top-ranked dishes in the world! If you love flavor blends, pack your bags!

The combinations of flavors available in Asia are authentic and traditional. Each region has its own discovery of cooking method. Asia, indeed, is a land of good food, so don’t disappoint your taste buds and pack your bags A.S.A.P!

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