From French to Thai, Italian to Indian, and Chinese to Hungarian, there are hundreds of different cuisines around the world. Each one has its own unique flavors, ingredients, and cooking techniques that make it stand out from the rest. In this comprehensive guide, we'll explore some of the most popular cuisines from around the world and discover what makes them so special. Let's start with Saku-saku, a Japanese cuisine that is known for its crunchy tempura and fried vegetables and seafood. Fans of this cuisine will be familiar with the sound that is made when these ingredients are chopped.
Pakistani cuisine is a mix of many Indian subcontinents and the culinary practices of Western and Central Asia. Service, presentation, and hospitality are key elements of this kitchen. Lebanese cuisine is one of the most famous in the Levantine food system. Chinese and Japanese cuisines have had a major influence on Korean cuisine due to their geographical proximity. In some places, Middle Eastern cuisine is popular while others share some ingredients with Indian and British food.
Arabian food is a mix of herbs, spices, and meat that is common in many Western and South Asian cuisines. Iranian (or Persian) cuisine is a combination of Central Asian, Greek, Turkish, Russian, Caucasus, Mesopotamian, and Levantine cuisines. Meat dishes such as roasted lamb, lamb stew with vegetables are also closely related to Mediterranean cuisine. The nouvelle cuisine movement began in the 1960s by French food critic Henri Gault and his colleagues. Now let's take a look at three important North African cuisines: Moroccan, Egyptian, and Tunisian.
Taiwanese cuisine has similarities to Chinese cuisine but also has influences from South Asian, Turkish, Indian, and Arabic cuisines. Bangladeshi food has been influenced by many different cultures including Indian and British. German cuisine is an overall colorful story that shares some culinary practices and traditions with its neighboring countries such as the Czech Republic and Poland, Austria, Switzerland, Bavaria, and Swabia. Latin American cuisine benefits from many types of tropical fruits, vegetables, and herbs from both Central and South America. Finally, Western Asian (also known as Middle Eastern) cuisine rounds out our exploration of Asian food.