Phengphian Laogumnerd Cuisine’s Top Three Go-To Cuisines that you will love

Phengphian Laogumnerd Cuisine Go-to cuisines

Phengphian Laogumnerd Cuisine’s Top Three Cuisines

As you know, we at Phengphian Laogumnerd Cuisine love our food, and love to try out different cuisines and discover new recipes that we can introduce to you. So without further ado, below you can discover our take on some of the best cuisines out there, and some recipes you can try out;

One of our favourite cuisines is Mexican. There really is nothing better than the taste of enchiladas and the tacos and of course the delicious quesadillas you will find. It is also central station for nutritional superfoods. From the avocadoes, tomatoes, limes and garlic with beans and chilies, Mexican food is rich with antioxidants and tastes like an explosion of taste and flavour in your mouth all at once. Here at Phengphian Laogumnerd Cuisine, we love the chicken taquitos. This is a perfect dish to get all your family and friends around the dinner table. Not only are they simple and easy to make, but you can mix and match your fillings with different cheeses, salads and fresh veg, and the best part is serving them with lashings of sour cream and homemade salsa dip. Vegetables also play an important part in Mexican cuisine, typical veg which you might see in various Mexican dishes are zucchini, corn, spinach, mushrooms and red tomatoes, commonly referred to as jitomate!

Phengphian Laogumnerd Cuisine’s Top Three CuisinesAnother loved cuisine here at Phengphian Laogumnerd Cuisine is Japanese food. This is a country best known for its sushi and ramen. If you are wondering what makes Japanese food so delicious, then you have come to the right place. Its flavours, textures, and bright coloured ingredients all meticulously prepared and presented, make Japanese food very special indeed. It goes without saying that no matter what Japanese dish you make, its sauces, and spices are all key elements of the cuisine. Some basics that we use in our kitchen are rice wine known as mirin, this is made with sticky rice and consists of a low alcohol content and adds a sweet note to marinades and various other sauces. You may have also heard of Su which is rice vinegar, this is golden in colour and has a sweet fragrance, ideal for preserving foods. One useful tip to know is that when mixed with sugar and salt, it can be used to make sushi rice!


Last but not least, and perhaps one of everyone’s favourites is Italian food! The great thing about Italian food, is that it is all so simple to make, but has made everyone’s taste buds tingle for centuries! Whether it is a risotto, or homemade pasta with bacon and tomato with some garlic chucked in, Italian cuisine really is a crowd pleaser and a great dinner party go to! Why not check out Phengphian Laogumnerd Cuisine’s cookbook to find out more.