Bali is notorious for many things; beautiful beaches, being an affordable wedding destination, cheap shopping, unofficially having the largest population of drunk Australians outside of Australia… But seriously, one of the more understated features of Bali would have to be the stunning, fragrant traditional dishes and […]
Asian food is some of the most delicious, unique, interesting and tasty in the world. And you might not be surprised to find out that there are also some very weird and unusual recipes to try from Asia too! Discover a world of amazing traditional Asian recipes and foods.
Whether it’s Snakes Soup in China, or Kaya jam toast with soft boiled eggs in Malaysia and Singapore; uncover delicacies that they eat in Asia and traditional Asian meals that you may (or may not) want to try next time you visit the continent.
So what are you waiting for? Fire up the cooker and try out some of the most bizarre and strangest Asian recipes for yourself!
Japanese convenience store food You may think I am mad but honestly you cannot go to Japan without visiting one of their many convenience stores. For all those Westerners out there a convenience store is just that, a convenient pit stop to pick up an […]
Goong Ten is a delicacy from Thailand that roughly translates as dancing shrimp. Why? Well because the shrimp are still alive! And I’m sure you’d be fidgeting too if I covered you in sauce and served you to a customer, so don’t judge. In all seriousness though, […]
Snake soup is a 2,000 year old Chinese/Cantonese delicacy eaten in China and other parts of Eastern Asia. It may sound disgusting but snake meat is a light pink color with a texture similar to that of fish. Combined with meat stock, herbs, spices and […]
This kaya toast recipe showcases one of the most delicious and unique snacks I’ve tried in all of South East Asia. The sweet and salty flavours combine perfectly to create such a beautiful, flavoursome bite to eat. I first tried Kaya jam toast with soft […]
Traditional Bangladeshi foods rely on spices, herbs, rice, fish, and a variety of meats and breads, similar to Indian food due to the fact that they share a border, a history of British rule, and subsequent cultural similarities. Unlike the neighbouring Hindu region West Bengal […]