Food travels, flavours mingle, traditions blend. Fusion cuisine embraces creativity and innovation, enabling new culinary experiences and sensations for the palate. Discover our recipe suggestions and get inspired to create your own fusion dishes.
In a global world, cultures, gastronomies, and food trends are constantly mixing and mingling. As a result, ingredients, flavours, and culinary techniques cross paths, and get reinvented by cooks. To create new flavour combinations, it is important that the ingredients are carefully studied to properly balance textures and flavours. Although the term "fusion" may be relatively recent and associated with modern and innovative cuisine, the Age of Discovery was certainly one of the key periods for the exchange of culinary knowledge, ingredients, and flavours.
Lemon grass beef salad
Salmon kebabs with coriander chilli mayonnaise
Gochujang seafood risotto
Potato fritter burgers with spinach
Paneer tikka pizza
Raw zucchini bolognaise
Bang bang broccoli
Pancake muffins with banana and chocolate
• Vindaloo is a dish found on many Indian menus and is the result of a fusion of Portuguese and Goan cuisine. The traditional Portuguese meat in wine and garlic was mixed with Indian spices to create vindaloo.
• The French baguette is a part of Lao and Vietnamese cooking. They prepare sandwiches (Bahn mi) served with a wide variety of fillings that are sold in street markets.
• Nikkei cuisine combines Japanese techniques with Peruvian flavours, like ceviche!
• Pasta is enjoyed in Ethiopian cuisine due to Italy’s presence during the 1930s.
• Tex-Mex cuisine is an example of the fusion between the USA and Mexico, with dishes as iconic as chili and fajitas.
Tex-Mex tortillas with shredded pork and black beans
Steamed bánh mì burgers with pickled carrots
Prawns, wasabi panna cotta and yuzu sauce