The diversity of Asian food

Food is one of our basic needs. Other than that, most of us view food as a passion and perceive it with a degree of indulgence. And with the wide diversity of people and cultures, there is a wide variety of food and cuisine to suit everyone’s tastes. Now, since life provides limitless opportunities, there is no reason why you should miss out on savoring every food and cuisine that every region on Earth has to offer.

One of the most exotic foods available is Asian cuisine. Asian food, in all its nuances and flavors, is becoming increasingly popular and appreciated by many Westerners. When compared to food on the American and European continents, food in Asia tends to stand out for its diversity. The large number of countries in Asia offer infinite varieties of food, very different from each other. Indian food, for example, has a wide range of cuisines to try, and it would take even a food lover several lives to try and savor it. On the other hand, North India has its own delicious examples of Asian food to offer you, while South India offers much more. Don’t underestimate the northeastern regions of India, as several examples of truly Asian food also abound. In fact, they offer an amalgamation of food from Burma, Bhutan, and Bangladesh. Furthermore, Western India will never lag behind carving a name in the annals of Asian food.

Now, let’s go a little further to Asia. There is another Asian nation, Singapore, known as the center of authentic Asian food. Here you can find a wide range of endless cuisines from various Asian regions. There is authentic Thai food, Chinese food, Nonya food or the last great secret of the cooking world. In addition, there is the Peranakan food that is exclusive to the strait.

How about in the Far East? What is there to delight in? It is where you will find the best example of Asian food, nothing less than Japanese and Korean cuisine. When it comes to Asian food as a genre, Japanese and Korean cuisine has been redefining the entire genre. How? Asian cuisine is supposed to be predominantly rice oriented, right? But as you may have noticed, a vast majority of Japanese, Korean and Chinese dishes use noodles in their dishes, instead of rice. Another thing, Asian food is supposed to be overcooked. However, what would you say then about Sushi? It is probably by far the best-known Asian food eaten raw.

In fact, each country in the Asian region has its own unique cuisine, very different even from the cuisine of the surrounding regions. Therefore, food in Asia can be considered as a convenience classification, because these disparate cuisines are unclassifiable otherwise. It is no wonder why there has been a growing population of supporters and consumers of delicious and delicious Asian food.