Papaya Salad (Lao cuisine)


Lao cuisine is a cuisine of Laos, their cuisine or dish has distinct from the other Southeast Asian cuisine. Lao dishes are often combined with sticky rice, they consider this as what Lao really is, and the team work behind all the problems and the bonding from family to family. They often eat sticky rice using their hand, in fact, Lao are one of the country who uses sticky rice rather than normal rice worldwide.

Gỏi Cuốn (Vietnamese Food)


Gỏi Cuốn means rice paper rolls or salad rolls in the North, Central and Southern Vietnamese dialect. It is Vietnamese traditional dish consisting of meat, prawn and vegetables. Gỏi Cuốn is listed at number 30 on “World’s 50 Most Delicious Food” by CNN Go in 2011. This dish gained popularity because of the healthy and fresh ingredients of Gỏi Cuốn. These rolls are very popular and it is always considered as appetizer among Vietnamese restaurants.

Aloo Gobi (Indian Dish)


Aloo Gobi, it is also known as Alu Gobi. It is a dry Pakistani, Indian and Nepali Cuisine that made with potatoes and cauliflower. The color of this dish is yellow because of turmeric and occasionally it has contains kalonji and/or curry leaves. If you are interested in this recipe here are the ingredients.

Bibimbap (Korea)


Bibimbap is one of the popular foods in Korea; Bibimbap is literally means “mixed rice”. It is served with a bowl of white rice topped with seasoned vegetables (namul) and chilli pepper paste (gochujang), soy sauce and soybean paste. Bibimbap also has raw egg (sometimes fried) and slices of meat (usually beef), it is stirred together completely just before eating Bibimbap.