7 Healthy Asian Food You Should Try

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Healthy foods are very important to the well-being of any individual, and the Asian dietary culture is one that severely holds this to be true. Asian food is healthier than its western counterparts, as it contains less processed food—it lacks dairy and fatty ingredients while avoiding additives in its preparation—and more natural ingredients.

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1.  Vegetable Fried Rice

This delicacy is not the most attractive or popular delicacy on the continent, as it contains nothing more than just vegetables, rice, and various spices, depending on where its preparation. Flavours like soy sauce, sesame oil, or masala paste can help you better enjoy this meal. However, its suitability for human health cannot be called into question, as it is a typical balanced diet meal. Countries like China or India appreciate, extensively, this culinary treat.

2.  Thai green curry

Many people eating Thai green curry outside Thailand will find it creamy. However, eating the traditional dish from the country is healthier—it is spicier. The main ingredients for this dish are chicken or fish, vegetables, green curry paste, and coconut milk. The green curry paste is a mixture of chillies, lemongrass, coriander, and other herbs and spices, depending on the chef. It is mostly served with rice and makes for a delicious and healthy meal.

3.  Japanese or Korean sushi

While there are different adaptations of this meal, most of them deep-fried, this dish is very healthy. Sushi is rice with raw seafood and vegetables. The rice can be brown or white, and since the seafood is uncooked, the nutrients are preserved, making it a 100% nutritious meal for any individual. Flavours such as ginger, soy sauce, or wasabi are good additives for spicy.

4.  Vietnamese Pho

Pho is a noodle soup made of meat-based broth with vegetables, herbs, and spices. The meat can be lean beef, chicken, or tofu, which is a vegetarian replacement. Heavy on protein and low on fat, Pho is very healthy, nutritious, and a great energy source for an individual. You can have different flavours of it, depending on the chef, but it can be eaten at any time of the day, especially breakfast—what a way to start your day!

5.  Grilled fish

In all the ways of preparing fish, grilling remains one of the healthiest methods of eating it. It avoids too much grease, batter, or oil and takes away extra fat from the fish. It also ensures that the fish remains fresh, as it cooks the fish faster than the other methods. In Asia, grilled fish is served with noodles, rice, broth, or salad. It can also be coated with flavours like soy sauce, lemongrass, or ginger.

6.  Stir fry

Stir fry is basically vegetables in sauce. It is a meal served in many eastern Asian countries, especially China. A healthy way of eating vegetables, stir fry has the vegetable undergo minimal cooking to preserve its nutrients. Most of them have ingredients like ginger, chilli, garlic, soy sauce, and sesame oil, making them a healthy choice for food. The food also maintains its colour because it is quickly cooked. Therefore, it is a colourful, healthy, and delicious meal for you in a day.

7.  Snacks

Traditional Asian snacks avoid the sugary, packaged products found in the west—they are much more natural. Their snacks are made from soy sauce, tamarind, or samba (ground chilli paste), making them excellent choices for your snacks. They also eat nuts or dried fruits instead of biscuits.