Westminster, CO -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/26/2015 -- TraceGains, the leading automated supplier, compliance, and regulatory document management solution for food manufacturers and processors, reported some of the flavor trends for 2015 in the company blog. Guest blogger and industrial journalist, Thomas R. Cutler reported that many food trends for 2015 will be rooted in Asian cuisine. But the ability to monitor the ingredients for these authentic and innovative flavors requires more rigor than ever before.
According to Cutler, the cuisines of Asia are deeply rooted in history and traditions that have evolved over millennia, many of which survive intact in the everyday lives of the citizens of bustling metropolises and remote villages alike. Rituals, whether embracing a bowl of rice or a cup of tea, are still at the center of many a meal, especially when it comes to celebrations. Today, chefs throughout the continent operate within these roots and traditions, while also bringing in new points of influence from around the globe to their cuisines, taking risks as they build on the old to create the new.
These authentic recipes dig into dishes with modern sensibilities that integrate East and West with a focus on flavor quality, highlighting the tastes and textures of Asian ingredients—herbs and aromatics, spices, vegetables and legumes, rice and noodles, seafood, fish and meats, and specialty sauces from Sriracha, which has risen in popularity in the US to reach a nearly salsa-like level, to the Korean ganjang.
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