Name the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Asian cuisines? Chances are, it’s noodles! Originating in the kitchens of South-East Asia, noodles, over the years, have come a long way, enticing food lovers in all parts of the world. In fact, chances are you would have seen them on the menu of almost every extravagant eatery. So, the next time you book a private jet to any of the Asian destinations listed in this blog post, you may want to take some time to enjoy a some of most exotic noodle delicacies. Take a look.
1. South Korea for Naengmyeon
Originally from North Korea, this variety of buckwheat noodles is a staple across menus in South Korea. Naengmyeon is essentially a Korean dish that just loads up on hot chilli paste, Asian pears, shredded cucumbers, and pickles, to give you that unmistakable flavor with every slurp. The noodles are served cold, and are surprisingly light for a dish with such a tangy profile. The noodles are served uncut, to give them their rustic taste that satisfies your palate.
2. China for Lo mein
Ancient Chinese civilizations excelled at creating sensational noodle dishes, and have diligently passed on their culinary wisdom. One notable chinese noodle dish is Lo Mein. It has traditional wheat-flour noodles served up in an ensemble of seafood, meats, vegetables, and soy-sauce. While many would be familiar with its cousin, chow mein, the original chinese version of lo mein is less crunchy and more creamy.
3. Thailand for Pad Thai
Whether it’s a roadside vendor’s food stall or an expensive restaurant, one is sure to find Pad Thai among popular featured dishes. This one-of-a-kind noodle dish originated in Thailand, and is an absolute delight. Pad Thai consists of stir fried rice noodles, along with a variety of spices and condiments, such as palm sugar, eggs, tofu, tamarind pulp, fish sauce, sun-dried shrimps, garlic, and meats. Adding some garnishes, such as fresh lime juice, bean sprouts, chili, and coriander, allows you to easily elevate the taste to epic proportions.
4. Hawaii for Saimin
Saimin owes its birth to China, however, it is the Hawaiian islands that perfected the original recipe, elevating it to the sensation it is today. The noodle soup dish contains unique egg noodles along with a traditional Japanese broth called dashi and green onions. Saimin was a popular dish for chinese immigrants in the Hawaiian Islands. Couple the noodle soup with some soy sauce, char siu (sweet, spiced roast pork), and shichimi, and you are sure to turn into an Oliver Twist.
Noodles, whether sauced or plain, hot or cold, instant or handmade, are always a delight. People around the world, consume noodles in a variety of ways, and each version is a revelation in itself. Private aircraft charter services allow you to criss-cross the world and explore many different cuisines as you go about your business. At Leviate Charter, you can book private jet charter flights, and get specialized consultation on aircraft sales and acquisitions. To book a private jet or get more information on available aircraft options, fill out our contact form. You can also call us at (877) 720-2770.