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What is Pan-Asian Cuisine ?
Any cuisine from a culture originating
from the greater continent of Asia
including, but not l...
Asian cuisine divided
into 4 parts
West Asian Cuisine
Central Asian Cuisine
East Asian Cuisine
South Asian Cuisine
West Asian Cuisine (Middle East Cuisine)
 They are divided into 2 groups: Gulf countries and AL-SHAM
countries according ...
 Gulf countries people main dishes that are made by
bread mainly:
(Arikah) and (marqoq) that are famous in KSA.
 lunch t...
Central Asian Cuisine
 Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan,
Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan
 1ST people inhabit Central Asia is ...
 They have mainly rice variation with and lamb like
RICE + LAMB = PALOV
GRAIN + WHEAT OR BREAD + LAMB = KEBAB
 Ancient a...
East Asian Cuisine
 East Asian cuisine
includes Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Mongolian,
and Taiwanese food.
 This is the m...
3 main east Asian cuisine are
 Chinese cuisine
 Traditional Chinesecuisines include Anhui, Cantonese, Fujian, Hunan, Jia...
 KOREA CUISINE
 Bulgogi
-Consists of grilled marinated beef
-Cooks on its own juices (no fatty oils are used)
-also know...
South Asian cuisine
 South Asian cuisine, also known as Desi cuisine, includes
the cuisines from the Indian subcontinent....
Chopped ginger is fried with meat and pickled
ginger is often an accompaniment to boiled rice.
Ginger juice and ginger bo...
South Asia consists of 7 countries
Special snacks & drinks
 India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Maldiv...
 Pakistan
Peshawari ice cream : Home made pistachio-flavored ice cream that is a must for the tourists to
try it.
Chai :
...
 Nepal
Peda : made up of sugar and thickened milk added
with cardamom, pistachio and also saffron.
Tongba & Rakshi :
-Mil...
Pan asian cuisine
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  1. 1. What is Pan-Asian Cuisine ? Any cuisine from a culture originating from the greater continent of Asia including, but not limited to, Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese, Korean, and Indian
  2. 2. Asian cuisine divided into 4 parts West Asian Cuisine Central Asian Cuisine East Asian Cuisine South Asian Cuisine
  3. 3. West Asian Cuisine (Middle East Cuisine)  They are divided into 2 groups: Gulf countries and AL-SHAM countries according to the similarity of foods kinds.  In fact, All Arabic countries that are located in Asia share the same types of foods  Appetizers and salads are served usually in all meals  Arabic unleavened bread is eaten with almost all meals.  Health Facts of Wheat Bread
  4. 4.  Gulf countries people main dishes that are made by bread mainly: (Arikah) and (marqoq) that are famous in KSA.  lunch time mainly rice with chicken or lamb.  Foods that are made mainly by Al-sham countries people (eg. kebab Halbi, shawarma, Vegetarian stuffed Grape leaves and some sweets like Baqlawah)
  5. 5. Central Asian Cuisine  Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan  1ST people inhabit Central Asia is the Turks  Most Central Asian cuisine have similar cuisines to each other as well as their neighbours, means Western and Eastern Asia,
  6. 6.  They have mainly rice variation with and lamb like RICE + LAMB = PALOV GRAIN + WHEAT OR BREAD + LAMB = KEBAB  Ancient and truly dish is - “SUMALAK”  Different dishes are pilov, shurpa, kuk-samsa, sweet-nishalda  Central Asia is also noted for being the birthplace of yogurt Sumalak Dish
  7. 7. East Asian Cuisine  East Asian cuisine includes Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Mongolian, and Taiwanese food.  This is the most populated region of the world, it has a lot of regional cuisines (especially China). Examples of staple foods include rice, noodles, mung beans, soy beans, seafood (Japan has the highest per capita consumption of seafood), mutton (Mongolia), bok choy (Chinese cabbage), and tea.  East Asian cuisine has evolved with a common usage of oils, fats and sauces in the preparation of dishes .
  8. 8. 3 main east Asian cuisine are  Chinese cuisine  Traditional Chinesecuisines include Anhui, Cantonese, Fujian, Hunan, Jiangsu, Shandon g, Szechuan, and Zhejiang  Many Chinese traditional regional cuisines rely on basic methods of food preservation such as drying, salting, pickling and fermentation  JAPAN cuisine Onigiri – Has many fillings : => umeboshi,takana,shiokara,salt,yakiniku etc. Sushi - Health Facts 1-Mercury poisoning 2-Risk infection of parasites So, it must be frozen at temperatures below −20 °C not less than 24 hours Types of sushi: nigiri,temaki,gunkan, norimaki,oshi,inari
  9. 9.  KOREA CUISINE  Bulgogi -Consists of grilled marinated beef -Cooks on its own juices (no fatty oils are used) -also known as Neobiani (thinly spread meat)  Kimchi -Korea's national dish -Traditional fermented Korean dish -Top five "World's Healthiest Foods -Main ingredient for many Korean dishes
  10. 10. South Asian cuisine  South Asian cuisine, also known as Desi cuisine, includes the cuisines from the Indian subcontinent. It has roots in the Hindu beliefs, customs and practices practiced by the large population found in the region  Foods in this area of the world are flavoured with various types of chili, black pepper, cloves, and other strong herbs and spices along with the flavoured butter ghee.  Ginger is an ingredient that can be used in both savoury and sweet recipes in South Asian cuisine.
  11. 11. Chopped ginger is fried with meat and pickled ginger is often an accompaniment to boiled rice. Ginger juice and ginger boiled in syrup are used to make desserts. Turmeric and cumin are often used to make curries. Common meats include lamb, goat, fish and chicken. Beef is less common than in Western cuisines Pork is considered as a taboo (HARAM) food item by all Muslims and is avoided by some Hindus.
  12. 12. South Asia consists of 7 countries Special snacks & drinks  India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Maldives Island  India Rasgulla : made up of cheese & dough that soaked into sugar syrup. Lassi : a healthy drink from yogurt, milk, water and some spices  Bangladesh Mishti Doi : yogurt with charred sugar  Sri Lanka Konda Kavum : traditional rice flour made up of rice flour, coconut and honey Passion fruit juice : a remarkable drink in Sri Lanka as the country is one of the biggest exporter of this fruit Faluda : in English it is called as float and made up of fruit juice added with jellies, cut fruits and also a scoop of ice cream on top of it.
  13. 13.  Pakistan Peshawari ice cream : Home made pistachio-flavored ice cream that is a must for the tourists to try it. Chai : - Sabz chai or green tea - Kahwah is often served after every meals in some part of Pakistan - Kashmiri chai is a must in occasions and weddings  Maldives Island Ban’bukeylu Bon’dibaiy : a thick and delicious pudding made up of breadfruit, sugar, coconut cream and coconut milk with grated coconut on top.  Bhutan Momos : a type of dumpling, that is originally a traditional delicacy of Tibet, Bhutan and Nepal but evolved and became a very famous snack among Bhutanese. Suja : Butter tea, a tea added with some butter and salt.
  14. 14.  Nepal Peda : made up of sugar and thickened milk added with cardamom, pistachio and also saffron. Tongba & Rakshi : -Millet based alcoholic drinks -With antiseptic qualities -Tongba : favourite drink during winter season -Rakshi : an important requirement during religious rituals and social events

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