Asian food

Stock Photography By Heather Farish

Asia is a vast continent and its range of food is vast; from curries to sushi, from spring rolls to dal bhat to momos. Here is a sample.

Chicken butter masala
Chicken butter masala
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Vietnamese spring rolls
Vietnamese spring rolls
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Dried snacks for sale
Dried snacks for sale
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Dried cranberries
Dried cranberries
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Nepali snack food
Nepali snack food
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A waffle seller
A waffle seller
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Dried fish in close up
Dried fish in close up
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Typical Bhutanese food
Typical Bhutanese food
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Snack food stall in Darjeeling
Snack food stall in Darjeeling
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Chilli displayed on a stick
Chilli displayed on a stick
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Fresh Spring Rolls
Fresh Spring Rolls
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Chinese noodles for lunch
Chinese noodles for lunch
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1. Chicken butter masala. Chicken butter masala and accompaniments at Green Organic Cafe in Kathmandu

2. Vietnamese spring rolls. These Vietnamese spring rolls, sometimes also called fresh spring rolls, were a lunch dish at a food stall at Angkor Thom near Siem Reap in Cambodia.

3. Dried snacks for sale. Darjeeling, in north east India, is best known for its tea plantations and the World Heritage listed Toy Train, or Darjeeling Himalayan Railway. During the British Raj, Darjeeling was used as a hill station for people to escape the heat and humidity of the plains. These snacks were sold at stalls in Darjeeling.

4. Dried cranberries. Darjeeling, in north east India, is best known for its tea plantations and the World Heritage listed Toy Train, or Darjeeling Himalayan Railway. During the British Raj, Darjeeling was used as a hill station for people to escape the heat and humidity of the plains. These snacks were sold at stalls in Darjeeling.

5. Nepali snack food. Patan Durbar Square, south of central Kathmandu is home to many temples in different styles. It is also home to the Patan Museum and the palace that once housed the Patan royal family. Patan Durbar Square is a UNESCO world heritage site and one of the oldest Buddhist cities in the world. It is also an ideal place to watch life and the people go by.

6. A waffle seller. A waffle seller amid the food stalls near Bayon Temple, Angkor Thom in Cambodia.

7. Dried fish in close up. Dried fish at a market stall midway between Kathmandu and Pokhara in Nepal.

8. Typical Bhutanese food. Typical Bhutanese food includes nakey or fern fronds, red rice, buck wheat noodles accompanied by chilli. which they love. This is a sample of the food served at the Bhutanese Kitchen restaurant in Thimphu.

9. Snack food stall in Darjeeling. Darjeeling, in north east India, is best known for its tea plantations and the World Heritage listed Toy Train, or Darjeeling Himalayan Railway. During the British Raj, Darjeeling was used as a hill station for people to escape the heat and humidity of the plains. These snacks were sold at stalls in Darjeeling.

10. Chilli displayed on a stick. These chilli were part of a food sellers small stall catering to people crossing the India-Bangladesh border at Tamabil (or those to come and look because they can't cross).

11. Fresh Spring Rolls. Fresh or Vietnamese Spring Rolls from a food stall near Bayon Temple, Siem Reap. This lunch dish has an accompanying spicy sauce containing peanuts.

12. Chinese noodles for lunch. These noodles were served as a local restaurant near the Temple of Heaven in Beijing. Add in the sauces, stir with the chopsticks then enjoy the eating!

 

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