In these articles I will try to give you an introduction to the delicious Asian food.

From street food to the traditional recipes of the various countries of the East, be enchanted by the amazing and succulent tastes of Asian dishes!


Rice is the most common element in the Asian cuisine and is present in different variations, such as the sticky rice used in Thai cuisine or the famous “basmati rice” prepared in India. In China, long-grain rice is cooked, while in Japan and Korea the short one. With the rice you can also make noodles and rice cake, which are similar to the Italian gnocchi even with different ingredients.

Another ingredient often used for cooking Asian food is curry, a mixture of spices that turns on the dish … and your mouth! And yet tofu, ginger, garlic, onion, sesame, coriander, lemongrass, chili, fish sauce, soy sauce are just some of the ingredients that blend perfectly together to create the various and succulent regional recipes.

Asian food’s flavors are often strong and intense, but at the same time are delicate and they will make you love the dish you are trying. The spicy is present almost everywhere to enrich the various courses, especially in Korea and in some regions of China (Sichuan) and Thailand (Isan) foods can really test your tongue and mouth. Sweet and sour is commonly used especially in dishes of Chinese origin, which you can find in many countries, especially in Southeast Asia.

In these articles I will try to give you an introduction to the delicious Asian food.

From street food to the traditional recipes of the various countries of the East, be enchanted by the amazing and succulent tastes of Asian dishes!


Rice is the most common element in the Asian cuisine and is present in different variations, such as the sticky rice used in Thai cuisine or the famous “basmati rice” prepared in India. In China, long-grain rice is cooked, while in Japan and Korea the short one. With the rice you can also make noodles and rice cake, which are similar to the Italian gnocchi even with different ingredients.

Another ingredient often used for cooking Asian food is curry, a mixture of spices that turns on the dish … and your mouth! And yet tofu, ginger, garlic, onion, sesame, coriander, lemongrass, chili, fish sauce, soy sauce are just some of the ingredients that blend perfectly together to create the various and succulent regional recipes.

Asian food’s flavors are often strong and intense, but at the same time are delicate and they will make you love the dish you are trying. The spicy is present almost everywhere to enrich the various courses, especially in Korea and in some regions of China (Sichuan) and Thailand (Isan) foods can really test your tongue and mouth. Sweet and sour is commonly used especially in dishes of Chinese origin, which you can find in many countries, especially in Southeast Asia.