The food scene has greatly evolved around the world in the last couple of years. We now have restaurants serving cuisines from across the world. New cuisines have introduced us to new dishes and new dishes to ingredients we’ve never heard of before.
When we visit a restaurant, especially the one serving a foreign cuisine, the menu card displays names of dishes and its ingredients we often have no idea how to pronounce let alone what are they actually like. This also happens when you look up a recipe online to cook a delicacy. While you could definitely search the web to get clarity on what you don’t know, wouldn’t it be awesome if you already knew it.
At Khai Peene Jalsa we wish to bring a little more awareness amongst the food enthusiasts about the ingredients that make up dishes. We are starting a new section under Food With Thoughts called Know Your Ingredients where we aim to post about the most commonly observed ingredients both foreign and local.
Our first post in this section is that of a very popularly used french bread called Baguette. We’re really excited about this new section. We hope you love it too! If you would like us to write about ingredients from some specific cuisines or if you have some suggestions / feedbacks feel free to comment below or write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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