11 Mouthwatering Asian Dishes to Add to Your Food Bucket List

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Are you a big time foodie? Are all you Instagram posts about food? Do you pin beautiful food on your page? If the answer to all these questions is a big yes then you definitely need to add these amazing 11 Asian dishes to your food bucket list. These dishes are so endemic to their native places and people it is just like a taste of that destination itself.

Buy a ticketto Asia Pacific to enjoy these scrumptious dishes or as and when you complete your travel Bucket List add a check mark to these too.

  1. Hainan Chicken in Singapore

A subtle preparation of poached chicken, rice cooked in chicken broth served with dark soy, chilli and ginger sauces along with the chicken broth.

  1. Sushi in Tokyo

Have you ever witnessed a sushi master at work? It is all about precision and is an extraordinary experience in itself.

  1. Peking duck in Beijing

The duck is literally marinated and hung up for 24 hours before being roasted and the result is crisp, lacquered skin and succulent melting flesh.

  1. Pho in Vietnam

A fragrant simmered broth with fine rice noodles served with huge platter of fresh herbs and bean shoots.

  1. Masala dosa in Bengaluru

Crisp and delicious pancake made from ground pulses and rice flour stuffed with a mash of potatoes, onion, green chilli and spices served with sambhar and chutney.

  1. Pad Thai in Bangkok

A simple yet delicious fried noodle dish from Thailand that is a citrusy mix of noodle, tamarind, prawns, egg, bean sprouts, chilli, herbs and lime juice.

  1. Beef rendang in Jakarta

Originated in West Sumatra, the beautiful spicy dry curry is made by marinating beef in a spice paste and then cooked slowly in thick coconut milk.

  1. Fugu in Japan

A dicing with death experience is what this puffer fish that is eaten as sashimi offers. The fish is quite bland in itself but contains a small amount of lethal poison.

  1. Kimchi in Seoul

Eaten like a fresh or fermented salad, Kimchi is made from salted, seasonal vegetables. Earthy cabbage kimchi is by far the most popular but daikon radish, nashi pear and oyster kimchi are worth giving a try.

  1. Sanaki Udon in Kagawa

Best cooked by udon masters of Kagawa, it is a white thick square-edged earthworm of a wheat noodle with a firm bite.

  1. Bun Cha in Hanoi

Small fragrant minced pork patties grilled over tiny charcoal braziers served with sizzling hot bowls of broth, rice noodles, fresh herbs, chilli and garlic, and a platter of crab spring rolls called nem cua be.

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