Outstanding food recipes that aren’t very popular but should be! If you’re not a fussy eater then I definitely recommend giving some of these meals a go! You won’t be disappointed.
1. massaman curry
This fragrant and flavorful Thai Instant Pot Massaman Curry recipe has creamy coconut, tender beef, potatoes and crunchy peanuts that combine to make this a highly satisfying dish that can be put together quickly for a delicious weeknight meal.
2. Chicken Tikka Biryani
Chicken Tikka Biryani is a spicy and flavorful, incredibly delicious recipe prepared using rice, chicken and aromatic spices.
3. Berries & Cream Crepes
Berries and cream crepes are filled with a cheesecake-like filling and sweet juicy berries for a decadent breakfast or dessert.
4. Mango Sticky Rice
Thai coconut mango sticky rice is made with sweet, Fresh yellow Mango, Glutinous Sticky Rice, And an amazing coconut sauce that will transport you right to the tropics!
5. Garlic Beef Noodle bowls
Garlic Beef Noodle Bowls – an Asian style noodle bowl with lots of garlic, that is ready in just minutes! Great for busy nights.
6. Bulgogi BBQ Steak bowl
7. Bun Cha
8. Egg Custard Tarts
9. Beer Lao
Often better known from logoed backpacker t-shirts this iconic Beer brand is one of the most sought-after beers in Southeast Asia and with 99% share of Laos’ beer market it can often be hard to see past.
10. Nasi Campur
Canteen style curry buffets serving hot pre-cooked dishes and other sides. Grab a plate, pile on the rice and take your pick. Nasi Campur (mixed rice) canteens can offer 10s to 100s of curry options and work well as an introduction to Malaysia’s eating. In North Malaysia Nasi Kandar is a similar, more Indian inspired alternative.
11. Shan Noodles
\Shan noodles are an easy-to-make Burmese recipe where chicken or pork cooked in tomatoes, is served over a bed of rice noodles. It can be served with broth or without. When served with broth, it is often served on the side. Shan noodles are also typically served with pickled mustard greens (monnyinjin), and sometimes with fried chickpea tofu (tohu nway).
12. Roti Canai
13. Chinese Dim Sum
Har Gow, or shrimp dumplings, are the stars of every dim sum. At a restaurant, the person serving har gow is the one who gets the most exercise. Clearly, this dim sum staple is a must-have at your own party.
14. Beef Rendang
The KING OF ALL CURRIES is here!!! Beef Rendang has an incredible depth of flavour, with complexity and many layers of spices. It’s straightforward to make, though it does take time and perhaps a trip to the Asian grocery store (though Sydney-siders will find everything at Woolies).
16. Fish Head Curry
17. Chicken Satay
Tender chicken, served streetfood style with rich, peanut dipping sauce.
18. Alor Setar
19. Ginger Garlic Soup
Ginger Garlic Noodle Soup with Bok Choy is a nutritious, comforting, and flu-fighting twenty-minute recipe made with a vegetarian broth, noodles, mushrooms, and baby bok choy. You can easily make this Bok Choy Soup your own by adding chicken, shrimp, spicy chilis, or other veggies.
20. Chickpea Curry
How would you like a creamy, chunky, fragrant curry spotted with vibrant pieces of red chilli and little flavoursome mustard seed popping with flavour at every bite? That is what this Sri Lankan chickpea curry is!
21. Kimichi Ramen
Kimchi Ramen – spicy Korean ramen with kimchi, mushroom and poached egg. Easy kimchi ramen recipe that takes only 15 mins to make!
22. Khantoke Dinner
23. Chicken Momos
Chicken Momos Recipe (Delicious Steamed Chicken Dumplings) are a North East recipe and very popular in Tibet as well. Since this recipe is a steamed dimsum recipe, it is a healthy high protein recipe with tender chicken. Serve Chicken Momos Recipe (Delicious Steamed Chicken Dumplings) along with sauces, Hot and Spicy Chicken Curry Noodles Recipe and Vegetable Clear Soup with Lemon Grass Recipe.
24. Candied Haw
25. Chili Crab
At the top of the street food list is Chili Crab, the unofficial national dish of Singapore. This simple dish with unbelievable flavor is mouthwatering, lip burning, and soul invigoration goodness will leave you wishing you could reverse time to eat it again.