The Chinese people have been contributing to Canada since the first group of Chinese laborers arrived on Canada’s west coast in the 1700s. The first large groups of Chinese workers appeared during the Fraser Canyon Gold Rush in the 1850s and their numbers grew with the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railroad. Along with their skills and work ethic, the Chinese also brought their food with them.
We’re happy to introduce you to the best of American Chinese food. This cuisine is popular and comes in a variety of flavors. For those who do not like Americanized Chinese food, we suggest returning to traditional Chinese restaurants, for example, in Ottawa. They have vegan options, too.
There are many Canadian cities that have experienced a massive menu change over the period of time and it is all because of the best and the unique taste of the Chinese dishes that have presented to the locals. From Thai to Japanese and from Chinese to Indian there is a wide range of local foods that will definitely blow your mind.
Asian cuisines consist of dishes that are originated from Asian countries and regions. They may be varied in taste and style, but with certain common elements. These include the use of rice as a staple carbohydrate, and flavoring from ginger, chilies, sesame seeds, and soy sauce. Main cooking methods like stir-frying and steaming also belong here.
Examples of Asian cuisine
1. Japanese cuisine, which features seafood, sushi and minimal use of oils and fats. 2. Indian cuisines are characterized by curries, vegetarianism and a wide range of spices and herbs. 3. Vietnamese cuisine is known for its use of fish sauce, lemongrass, basil, and Pho, a signature noodle soup.
With large Asian populations in Canada, it is no surprise that Asian cuisine is widespread. Indian and Chinese foods are particularly common, while different Asian cuisines from Japanese to Vietnamese can also be found. Canada also has its special interpretations of Asian dishes, such as Canadian Chop Suey.