Even though Asian countries are spread over
half of the world, the many Asian recipes have numerous factors in
common. Spices and traditional herbs are used widely in recipes, rice is
a staple food, and countless ingredients, for example noodles, soy sauce
as well as tofu, have crossed borders from a single nation to another
and continue doing so......
It has been around for so many decades, Asian recipes is all of a sudden
the great new cooking. Restaurant culinary chefs from the East to West
are adding Asian recipes, fresh ingredients and cooking methods into
their collection, suburban greengrocers as well as food markets are
selling fresh cilantro and lemon grass, filled with flavor, and in no
way dull or bland. Nowadays most of the herbs, spices, veggies and other
items required to produce authentic Asian dishes can easily be bought,
usually in nearby grocery stores. The more uncommon ingredients are
available in Asian food stores. With its focus on grains and vegetables,
it is also wholesome, inexpensive and often fast to cook. Yet it's
unfair to generalize.
Asian recipes are multi-faceted and diversified as European recipes.
While neighbors share some common ingredients and cooking styles, Asian
nations have created cuisines which are distinctively their own. Testing
the food of each is really an experience.
Happy cooking............the Asian Recipes way.....