The taste of Thai food varies greatly depending on the region where they are prepared. The food of the North-East of the country never contains coconut milk, but it has a very pungent smell and taste. Residents of the South put in priority the consumption of raw seafood and vegetables.
Rice in Thailand, as in many Eastern countries, is a very common culture. For food use many types of rice: round, elongated, brown, adhesive and many others. What is interesting here rarely use the knife, though, and actively use forks and spoons. This is because and vegetables, and meat, chicken and fish dishes, served together with rice, crushed very badly while cooking. In addition, people often come up with different soups.
Tourists who want to taste exotic dishes, often choose a dish “Yam kung”. This shrimp soup in coconut milk with spices, with a bright sour-spicy taste. It will be interesting to try and “IRTs”. This spicy papaya salad, and crab served with sticky rice. Unusual that is it should hands, rolling the rice into cakes. Among the local population popular is the rice with seafood and plenty of spices, called “Khao PA kun”. Generally, seafood is very popular in Thailand, especially in the southern part, washed by the sea. Here is almost everything budaplast very sharp. This is because in the heat of the products are very perishable. To keep them fresh, and the Thai people use so many spices. Northern cuisine is more mild. The basis is glutinous rice, to which are added other products. Continue reading
Present a selection of food to try which will not everyone is a daredevil.
Fugu – Japan
Most of us are not considering seriously the possibility to get poisoned and die right at lunch time, but for those who dare to eat fugu, this possibility is quite real. Fugu is a Japanese fish that contains enough poison to kill 30 people at once. The chefs who prepared this expensive Japanese delicacy, you first have to go through years of training. No matter whether cooking this fish on the grill, stewed or served in thin sashimi, any tiny mistake during the cooking process automatically means a fatal outcome for someone who will eat the finished dish. If you are willing to take a chance and try the deadly delicacy, go to Japan from October to March, the season of fugu.
Fried spiders – Cambodia
Try this exotic dish can be anywhere in the territory of Cambodia, but specializes in fried spiders in the town of Skuon here: creepy creatures fried in oil with garlic so that they become crispy on the outside and soft, gooey inside. Continue reading
Australian cuisine is very unusual and diverse. Her dishes range from sandwiches and meat pies to exotic dishes such as kangaroo fillet. The beginning of her flourished in the 90-ies of the 20th century. At this time in all big cities of Australia opened numerous restaurants.
The modern kitchen have combined their culinary preferences and traditions. Australia is famous for exotic fruits, cheese and sea products, meat lambs and bulls. In the preparation of Australian meals often use lemon grass and cardamom, chilli and coriander. In addition to cuisine characterized by the use of exotic seafood like balmain bugs (similar to lobster), shark lips.
In the menu, restaurants often use new local vegetarian dishes: wild Rozel and Kakadu plum, riberries and bunya nuts. Also there are new ingredients: the fry of eels, witchetty grubs, freshwater yabbies, meat, possum and crocodile. The best dishes of modern Australian cuisine – roasted pear with corn flour, marinated fillet of beef with curry-with a thick spinach sauce with beets. Now Australian cuisine is actively developing and trying to become the first in the world! Continue reading