Dishes of the Rich and Famous

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Dishes of the Rich and Famous

You must be drooling over these mouth watering dishes just by reading out it’s recipe out loud. There is no doubt over the fact that you will be lost in a fantasy after having a scrumptious bite of these awesome and delightful things . Not only are they made with delicacy and a calculative amount of ingredients. But also hold some traditional touch of their regional significance which makes it taste more overwhelming. Although some of these dishes really demand some time to get your hands on but are worth having from their original recipe makers . Because it does have some difference  from the recipes that are available on YouTube this is analysed through the testimonials of the audience who actually had these dishes in their origins. Let’s dive into the details without any further delays. 

Hainanese Chicken Rice

The signature dish is named after the demise of Malaysian Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew. after its independence from Malaysia in 1965, He loved this dish so much that he requested his cook to prepare it every day at lunchtime. By the time the only change it observed was the preparation of chicken. It is cooked by being steamed instead of poached but still served with ginger and spring onion sauce. Chicken Rice is a national dish of Singapore, and Hainanese Chicken Rice has been called the unofficial National Dish. It consists of “poached chicken served with fragrant, steamed rice and soup.” Hainanese means from the Chinese province of Hainan. The chickens used to make this dish are typically free-range. If served as a dish on its own, it is usually served with fresh cucumber slices and a dash of dark soy sauce.

Lobster Thermidor

The lobster thermidor is a French dish that has been popular for decades and remains so today. The recipe was created in the early 1900s by Auguste Escoffier, the father of modern French cuisine. He pulled together many different components from his previous cooking experiences. Like classical à la king and lobster à l’américaine, to create the recipe for Lobster Thermidor most commonly seen today. The dish is most often made with lobster meat. It is presented in a creamy white sauce spiced with paprika, cayenne pepper, black pepper, garlic, shallots. But on the other side, The price tag of this should be sky high and you might need some big pockets or eat if you have won the lottery

Pavlova

Drooling over the desserts then you must try Pavlova. It is made up of a crisp crust and soft, light inside. Usually garnished with fruit and whipped cream—named after the Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova in an honor. He toured Australia and New Zealand in the 1920s when the dessert was created. The origins are much disputed, but it is generally accepted that New Zealand and Australia both lay claim to the Pavlova.

Fish and Chips

Fish and chips is a most served dish of English origin consisting of fried battered fish, commonly haddock or cod, and french fries; it is often served with malt vinegar. The food was first mentioned in 1860 by an Irish immigrant named Joseph Malin. He offered “fish fried in the Jewish fashion” as a take-away food stand. In 2011, this dish was named as one of the icons of English cuisine by British Food Minister James Paice. It is also widespread abroad, and many local restaurants serve it today.

Bibimbap

Bibimbap with a bowl of white rice is a Korean dish served with namul (seasoned vegetables) and gochujang (chili pepper paste), soy sauce, or doenjang. Egg or sliced meat are common additions that give the dish an exclusive taste. The ingredients are stirred together thoroughly just before eating

because the vegetables retain their crispness if not stir-fried, and kimchi can cause strong odors if left out too long. Kimchi is an additional side dish made from salted and fermented vegetables, usually baechu cabbage or daikon radish.

Roti Paratha

Roti paratha (paratha, also known as roti paratha, is an Indian bread made of flour, milk, butter or ghee, and sometimes eggs. It is often served with vegetable-side dishes and usually at breakfast. South Asians are so fond of paratha that if  served.

Roti paratha is a flatbread in India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. It is made by cooking the dough on a hot griddle in some ghee. In order to achieve its distinctive layered texture, which soaks up the ghee or oil used in cooking. The dough is made with flour, water, and usually yogurt, giving the finished product a sour taste. This is then combined with butter or pure ghee, kneaded into any of various shapes, sized, and finally rolled out thinly to prepare it for cooking.

Esquites

Esquites ( Spanish pronunciation: ) is a Mexican dish consisting of hot ears of corn. It have been cut off the cob, mixed with mayonnaise, sprinkled with cheese and chili powder, and served in a paper cup.

They are made by cutting corn off the cob, mixing it with mayonnaise, cheese, chili powder, and salt, then serving it in a paper cup. This dish is popular throughout Latin America, especially in Mexico, where it originated.

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