Other Influences. The Hapsburg Empire and the Republic of Venice also influenced the cuisine of this region. Slav, Hungarian, and Austrian cuisines also had a great part to play. Again, one would wonder what role these cuisines, so different from Italian cuisine, play in the shaping of the Italian taste. The Unique Elements of This Cuisine. While the rest of country usually uses sea fish in most of its cuisine, this region is famous for its supply of fresh fish. In spite of the foreign influences, the region specializes in dishes, commonly thought to be typical Italian, such as tomatoes, pasta, and olive oil, in addition to a variety of other Italian dishes such as sauerkraut, dumplings, and potatoes. On Sundays, Goulash is commonly served. Those who are conscious of their health should note that one of the popular ingredients of the region's cuisine is lard. If saturated fat is not good for you, you should inquire about the ingredients used in the food of this region. Many chefs consider lard to be the best ingredient in the preparation of certain delicacies. Needless to say, Italian chefs have no second thoughts about it.
To be sure, the Burmese cuisine is a very tasty one and comprises many delicious dishes, which I love to cook as learned from my wife and, of course, to eat and share with family and friends. But where do these recipes have their origins? Over and over again locals are talking and writing proudly about a 'traditional Burmese cuisine' and a 'pure Burmese and not hybrid cuisine'. Pure Burmese? Traditional Burmese? Not hybrid? What does traditional or original or pure Burmese cuisine actually mean? Does it mean originated in the country that was named Burma by the British or does it mean originated from the Bamar (Burmans) who make up the majority of Burma's population and are not getting tired of speaking of 'their cuisine'? And how original or pure 'Burmese' is the Burmese cuisine anyway? I am living since 25 years in Burma and know a lot about Burmese cuisine but have nevertheless done some research focused on these questions in order to get it right. Although I had initially thought it would be a cake walk to find the answers to these questions it turned with respect to the cuisine of the Bamar out to be quite a difficult task.
If there is one thing that can be said about the Indian cuisine is that, even if a lot of international cuisines have greatly influenced the traditional recipes and methods of Indian cooking, it has always retained its authenticity and originality. Furthermore, it has retained its culture and history, particularly when it comes to avoiding the use of pork or beef in their dishes due to religious reasons. As stated above, there are a variety of regional Indian cuisines that helped shape what it is right now. These regions are the Awadhi, Mughlai, Bengali, Rajasthani, Konkani, Udupi, Malabari, Punjabi, Hyderabadi, Sindhi, Marwari, Chettinadu, Dogri, Kashmiri, and Marathi. These regional Indian cuisines differ in ingredients used as well as methods used in cooking their dishes, and each regional Indian cuisine will be discussed in short details in the succeeding articles.
Ampoule Monday , April 16th , 2018 - 20:24:02 PM
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