If this is your first time joining us, it’s part two of international cuisines in NYC! If in part one we mostly covered European dishes, in part two we focus more on foods from Hawaii, Thailand, Japan, China and India, enjoy!
Poke is raw-fish salad that originates in Hawaii and is usually made from cube cut fish (usually tuna), soy sauce, scallion and sesame oil.
Pad Thai is a stir-fry dish and usually consists of dried rice noodles, eggs, scallions, fish sauce, crushed peanuts and bean sprouts.
Can you think about a more Japanese dish other than sushi? Here is what makes sushi so delicious: white short-grained rice, rice vinegar, sugar, salt and imitation crabmeat or raw fish.
Traditional in India, tandoori chicken is made of chicken thighs marinade in yogurt with garlic and oregano and garam masala.