Greek Cuisine. Greek cuisine is known for its healthy attributes. In Greek cooking, such ingredients like olive oil, herbs, olives, cheese, grains, bread, yogurt, and courgette are typically used. Some of the common Greek dishes are Chaniotiko Boureki (Vegetarian Dish), Dakos (Cretan Salad), Kalamarakia (Squid), Fasolada (Bean Soup), Patsas (Tripe Soup), Astakos (Lobster), Gyros (Roasted Meat), Paidakia (Grilled Lamb Chops), and Spetsofai (Stew from Pelion). French Cuisine. French cuisine is one of the most popular cuisines in the world. In 2010, UNESCO added French gastronomy to its world's "intangible cultural heritage" list. French regional cuisines are characterized by the use of locally grown vegetables and fungi like carrot, turnip, zucchini, leek, truffle, porcini, mushroom, and chanterelle. Some of the common French dishes are Pot au feu (Beef Stew), Foie de veau (Veal Liver), Foie gras (Goose Liver or Fatty Duck), Mousse au chocolat (Dessert), Madeleine (Cake-like Cookie), Matelote (Fish Stew), Cargolade (Escargot in Catalan Style), and Ratatouille (Vegetable Stew).
I believe that from my writing it has become clear that 'Burmese' cuisine does not mean 'Bamar' cuisine and that about the latter nothing conclusive is known. And even if the Bamar have contributed (which I believe they have) with a few recipes to what is called 'Burmese' cuisine they have no part in all the other ethnic foods and dishes that already existed for a very long time (actually for many centuries) when they came into what is nowadays Burma (Myanmar).Since eating is integral part of life it does, subsequently, also take place on the floor with the food being placed on a very low usually round table while the diners are sitting on the floor. Burmese do usually eat with their fingers. Only soup is eaten with short Chinese spoons and in case of noodle soup the noodles are eaten with chopsticks. Bowls with water and lemon pieces to wash hands and fingers as well as small towels are provided on the table.
Dairy products such as milk, paneer, ghee (clarified butter), and yoghurt are used in a higher proportion in the North Indian cuisine whereas South Indian cuisine uses unaltered milk products in large quantities. North Indian gravies are typically dairy-based and employ thickening agents such as cashew or poppy seed paste. Milk-based sweets are also very popular fare, being a particular specialty in Bengal and Orissa. Other common ingredients include chilies, saffron, and nuts. The Indian pancake 'roti' or 'paratha' (flat breads) are usually cooked with the use of a 'tawa' or a griddle while baking breads such as 'naan', 'kulcha' and 'khakhra is usually accomplished in a large and cylindrical coal-fired oven called the 'tandoor' even a popular dish called 'tandoori' chicken is cooked in tandoor. Other type of breads include puri and bhatoora, which are cooked by deep frying in oil, are also common. Most of North Indian food, like anywhere else in India, is vegetarian. There is an amalgamation of cuisines throughout India. Fish and seafood are very popular in the coastal states of Orissa and West Bengal.
Ampoule Monday , April 16th , 2018 - 21:44:37 PM
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