For the most of the people, Asian cuisine looks exotic, full of taste and flavor, and far complicated. The one meal that everyone of this planet knows as Asian is sushi. I hate being the one who will break the news to you, but there’s more in the Asian cuisine than sushi. If you’re interested in learning how to cook some of the best Asian meals, as usual internet is your best know-all friend and cookbook. But, be aware that some of the meals require advanced culinary skills and knowledge. So, what do you say I share a few Asian recipes which are easy to prepare? Interested?
Indian roomali roti
You’ll enjoy this yummy tasteful Indian bread, and you’ll be amazed by the simplicity this meal was made. Mix together three hundred grams of flour with a pinch of salt; add thirty milliliters of vegetable oil, and around two hundred milliliters of lukewarm water. Mix until the dough puts together, and leave it aside for 45 minutes. Then knead the dough again until it is smooth, divide into six or eight equal parts. Form each part in a round shape. Roll out each dough ball as thin as possible, and cook it in a heavy iron pan over high temperature heat, both sides. Serve the roti while they are hot.
Japanese orange ponzu sauce
If you’re a fish meat enthusiast, but you have no idea how to add twist to your usual fish dressing, try this traditional Japanese ponzu fish sauce. The secret to best simple Asian recipes lies in their unexpected combination of ingredients. Take out your saucepan, combine half a cup of the inevitable soy sauce, full cup of rice vinegar, two tablespoons of dry fish flakes known as bonito shavings, one inch of konbu (kelp), and the juice and pulp of one large orange. Let the ingredients get to know each other for about 30 minutes. Then bring the mixture to boil. Allow it to cool, and then serve it along your sea fish. It will be a smash hit, guaranteed.
Chinese dessert recipes
With the Chinese dessert recipes you’ll never know what you’re going to get. Either it will be something very simple like fruit salad or something that will take several hours to make. This next recipe is very delicious, and trying to stay on a diet may seem like mission impossible. So, please do not tempt those trying to lose some weight. For this recipe, you’re going to need two large pears, four tablespoons of honey, and two dried Chinese dates with their pits removed. First you need to peel and cut the top off the pears, remove the core and then cover each of the pears with honey, add the dates, and just a little lemon juice in order for the pears not to become darker. Put them into a steamer and steam covered for about 30 minutes. Serve them while they are hot and do not forget to sprinkle little cinnamon. They are yummy, and you may be even tempted to eat them all by yourself.