The Maldives – Traditional Gulha (Dumplings)

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Gulha is basically considered as dumplings because they are small in size and biteable. In the Maldives, they are called short eat or evening snack. This dish is named GULHA because this snack is small and the word is also small. Gulha was very famous in ancient times as well as now. This was considered a royal dish.

Singapore, Indonesia – Kwetiau Goreng

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This dish is a very unique dish, it actually called a Chinese dish but it is related to the cuisine of Singapore and Indonesia. Usually, people of Indonesia want to eat breakfast. It is a FRIED RICE NOODLES. The meaning of Kwetiau is "FLAT NOODLES". Kwetiau Goreng is also used as street food in Singapore. Basically, the origin of this dish is China.

Pakistan, India – Traditional Bhindi Gosht (Ladyfingers With Meat)

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Bhindi gosht is a special type of desi cuisine that originates from the Indian Subcontinent. In Pakistan, everyone knew about that dish and made it almost every home once a week. I personally liked it very much its taste and aroma are so fantastic and mouthwatering. Pakistan is the only country that has many desi dishes and their people loved them so much. Bhindi Gosht is an Urdu or Hindi language word which means ladyfingers with meat. The actual origin is undefined but from the sources of food historians, it is originated and rooted in the Indian Subcontinent around about 18th.century.

Japan – Yoshinoya Beef Rice Bowl (Gyudon)

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This dish is a proper bowl of all elements like strips of beef with steamed rice and topped with vegetables with sometimes a fried egg. This is said as Japanese comfort food for at least 150 years. Gyudon is originally originated from the dish Gyunbae. This dish is Beef hot pot at the times of KANTO REGION, in Japan.

Japan – Osechi RAYORI ( New year’s Feast )

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TSUBUKU, is actually a founder of this dietary cuisine. The traditional way to celebrate Japanese cuisine's idea is given by Tsubuku. The main dish of this special feast is ZONI. Zoni is a specially formulated rice dish.

Pakistan – Traditional Chicken Kachori with Dry Apricot Sauce

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Kachori is a deep fried bread filled with chicken and spices. The bread of the kachori is made with plain flour. This is very famous snacks in Pakistan especially in winters.

Pakistan, Bangladesh, India – Firni

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Firni is a tradition style of milk which is filled with crushed dipped soft rice which contain crisp of dry fruits. This sweet dish we enjoy on every occasion or events like marriage, eid, birthday etc.

Pakistan – Mutton White Karahi

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KARAHI is a thick and deep cooking vessel utensil also known as WOK. In Pakistan, this utensil is used specially to make karahi dish and the name of dish is said that as chicken karahi or mutton karahi because it is cook in this utensil.

Pakistan – Mutanjan (Sweet Colourful Rice)

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Mutanjan is a sweet rice recipe made up with different colors, dried fruits, canned fruits (muraba) with the addition of meethai in it like rasgula and gulab jaman, as shown above.

Pakistan – Crazy Chocolate Cake

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When we think about chocolate cake we come to know that that there are so many types of Chocolate cake and depending on the recipe.