Dive into the heart of Chinese cuisine with the flavourful Asian spices unique to Spigol. Season your dishes with typical Asian flavours.
Asian cuisine brings together a number of very diverse culinary practices such as Chinese, Vietnamese and Japanese cuisine, each with their own features. Come and discover our Asian recipes.
There is a subtle interplay of spices in Asian cuisine, as well as different cooking methods (in a wok, steamed, sautéed, fried, etc.). Asian spices stand out for their textures and flavours.
Chinese cuisine is renowned worldwide for its spicy, flavourful and sophisticated dishes. Its richness lies in variations of texture, nature (ying and yang foods) and flavours (salty, sweet, sour, pungent) that can be applied to seafood, vegetables, rice and meat, not to mention all the varieties of noodles.
The spice most representative of Chinese cuisine is ginger and the most well-known Asian herb is coriander. Most Asian dishes also contain hints of onion, a 5-flavour mix, anise and garlic.
Vietnamese cuisine bears the influence of Thailand and China. Dishes are not served one after the other like in the West, but are all served and eaten at the same time. In Vietnam, lemongrass, turmeric, Sichuan pepper, chilli pepper and the 7-spice mix are widely used all over the country, lemongrass being the most well-known Asian spice.
Japanese cuisine is more than just sushi, maki and other sashimi, but it is true that rice is an important part of the diet.
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