Asian cuisine includes a variety of spices: Whether curry, ginger, masala or turmeric, you'll find it in our shop. With the right spice, your Asian dish will be a taste explosion.
A CULINARY JOURNEY THROUGH ASIA
Asia is colourful - especially the cuisine offers a true explosion of taste. In Asia, a lot is cooked on the street, people meet and try the numerous delicacies that are offered.
Asian spices offer an incredible variety. Individually or as spice mixtures they can be combined with many dishes and ingredients. Whether spicy, fruity or nutty - the right spice mix can be found for every dish.
Small spring rolls are particularly popular with us, for example as finger food. Filled with vegetables and served with a sweet chili sauce. But also noodles from the wok, fried with vegetables and a delicate sauce, are gladly served. Those who like eating meat will be delighted with delicious saté skewers and a peanut sauce. If you want to make the delicious chicken skewers yourself, make a marinade with coconut milk, soy and ginger, pepper and salt and season it with World of Taste Singapor Satay. The chicken strips must be marinated for at least two hours. A delicious peanut sauce results from ground peanuts, coconut milk and ginger, also seasoned with lime juice and World of Taste Singapor Satay.
Culinary journey through Asia
Asia's countries each have their own flavors. With our spices you start a culinary journey through China, Thailand, Vietnam, Korea and other countries. You will find dishes from the different countries here shortly.
Healthy and crunchy
Compared to Europeans, Asians suffer less from cardiovascular diseases, osteoporosis and stomach and intestinal cancer. Healthy meals certainly make a large contribution to this result. The Asian cuisine uses a lot of vegetables and fish, which scores with the good omega-3 fatty acids. Also many soy products belong to the Asian kitchen, which are very fiber-rich. Vegetables are often cooked particularly gently, for example in a wok. This gentle preparation preserves the numerous vitamins in the vegetables. The wok is particularly suitable for this, as it only gets particularly hot at the bottom and the temperature decreases upwards. By constantly turning in the wok, the vegetables are only briefly fried and then cooked further up at lower temperatures so that the vitamins are not destroyed.
Many Asian restaurants use flavour enhancers, especially glutamate. If glutamate is intolerant, this can cause abdominal pain or itching of the throat or reddened cheeks. The World of Taste spices are all without flavour enhancers, artificial additives, preservatives, trickle aids, cheap fillers and without colourings and flavourings!