Around the World In A Week: 5 Ethnic Cuisine Ideas To Cook At Home

Around the World In A Week: 5 Ethnic Cuisine Ideas To Cook At Home

Are you tired of preparing and eating the same old meals? Expand your culinary horizons and take a trip around the world with these healthy and tasty cuisines.

We have selected 5 fast and easy meal ideas that you can create at home. You may need some specialty ingredients for some of these cuisines, but there are a lot of supermarkets that offer a broad range of ethnic ingredients.

Chow Mein

Chow Mein is one of the most popular Chinese takeout items in the United States.  It’s an easy dish to prepare and the end results are always satisfying.  Just add some shredded vegetables, some protein –either seafood, beef, pork, chicken – and you’ll be having the perfect Chinese noodles that is cheap, filing and satisfying.

Bibimbap

Bibimbap is a signature Korean dish that is served in a bowl. In 2011, this famous Korean dish was listed as number 40 in the World’s 50 most delicious foods compiled by CNN.

Served with steamed rice, lots of vegetables and meat, Bibimbap is not only healthy and delicious, it is also visually appealing.

Irish Beef Stout Stew

Preparation and cooking time may take a couple of hours, but this melt-in-your-mouth soup is so flavorful that you can easily forget how much time it took to prepare this dish.

Chicken Adobo

Take a journey to the Philippines with this succulent chicken dish. Prepared by stewing chicken in soy sauce and vinegar, this should not be mistaken with Mexican adobo.

This dish is surprisingly very simple for how much flavor it has. Serve it with rice and see the delight on everyone’s face!

Sushi

Japanese cuisine can seem daunting to make at home. But once you have found the right recipes and techniques, you will then realize that it’s not that complicated after all.