Discovering The Diversity Of Asian Cuisine

China has several culinary traditions. Sichuan, Hunan, Cantonese, and others are regional cuisines. Dim sum and hotpots are served. The main ingredients are rice, noodles, soy sauce, vegetables, and meats.

1. Chinese Cuisine 

 Sushi, sashimi, ramen, tempura, and more are made with fresh, seasonal ingredients and exquisite presentation. With soy sauce, miso, and seaweed, rice and fish are staples.

2. Japanese food

Spices make Indian food complex and tasty. Curries, biryanis, dosas, and naan are popular. Variable regional specialties and vegetarian choices are popular.

3. Indian Cuisine

Thai cuisine is known for its tasty mix of sweet, sour, salty, and spicy. Famous foods include Pad Thai, green curry, and Tom Yum soup. Thai cooking uses basil, lemongrass, and galangal.

4. Thai Cuisine

Korean food commonly comes with banchan. Kimchi, bulgogi, bibimbap, and Korean BBQ are popular. Korean food also loves fermented foods.

5. Korean Cuisine

Vietnamese food is light and fresh, including pho, banh mi, and spring rolls. Fish sauce, rice noodles, and fresh herbs are prevalent.

6. Vietnamese Cuisine

The huge archipelago of Indonesia influences its unique cuisine. Nasi Goreng, rendang, and satay are staples. Spices distinguish Balinese food.

7. Indonesian Cuisine

Malay, Chinese, Indian, and indigenous cuisines blend. Laksa, rendang, and nasi lemak are popular. 

8. Malaysian Cuisine

Filipino food combines indigenous, Spanish, Chinese, and American flavors. Traditional Filipino meals include adobo, sinigang, and lechon. 

9. Filipino Cuisine