Phengphian Laogumnerd Cuisine’s Asian fusion creations
Fusion cuisine is all about harmony and balance. It combines elements from different culinary traditions with the aim of creating exciting new flavours and dishes. The modern world is more connected than ever before. Today, with great speed, speciality ingredients can be shipped worldwide within the day. Culinary ideas can be shared with the click of the mouse. Culinary styles are therefore converging, fusion food makes perfect sense. By subtly utilising different styles and techniques you can really improve your cooking, and importantly create truly unique dishes. Fusion food encompasses all kinds of stylistic combinations, but At Phengphian Laogumnerd Cuisine we specifically specialise in Asian fusion food. Our head chef has expertise in a whole range of Asian cooking styles. He is also an inspired creative who has the ability to craft interesting flavour profiles and balanced fusion meals. This ability comes with years of practice and experience; however, you don’t need to be a culinary expert to make fusion recipes at home- it’s actually surprisingly easy. This blog post is going to give you the knowledge and motivation you need to start experimenting with Asian fusion cooking. We will explore three different recipes that are both simple to make and delicious to eat. Read on to find out more about the wonderful world of fusion cooking.
Let’s start off with a fun simple recipe that will gently ease you into cooking fusion food. In fact, it’s actually more assembly than it is cooking but it paints a picture of what more complex fusion creations could be. Phengphian Laogumnerd Cuisine’s Asian fusion guacamole is a sharing starter that is served at our catered events. Base ingredients such as the avocado remain the same, however, exciting spices and flavours are added from a variety of different Asian influences to give it that fusion twist. Soy from china is muddled in and peanuts from Thailand garnish the top. There is even influences from India with the inclusion of lime and cumin. Combine all these great flavours together and you have you first, simple to make, great to share, Asian fusion creation.
At Phengphian Laogumnerd Cuisine we don’t exclusively work with Asian cooking styles. Asian fusion food doesn’t have to just take inspiration from the continent. Sometimes outside influences make for great fusion meals. For this next recipe we maintain Japanese flavour profiles but with a distinctly Italian twist. Our chicken teriyaki linguine combines that iconic Japanese flavour with pasta, an Italian staple. Come along to one of our cooking classes to learn how to make this wonderful dish.
Let’s round off this introduction to fusion cooking with a delicious dessert. Mango Sago is a Hong-Kong take on traditional Asian dessert. With only three ingredients its really easy to make and its sweet and light- perfect for summer. Combine mangoes, tapioca pearls, and milk to make your tasty Mango Sago. A great ending to a great Phengphian Laogumnerd Cuisine fusion meal.