New Year, new chances and… new food!
#1 Cooking courses
Especially those online, are more than likely to stay with us. Exploring new flavors and developing your cooking skills are bound to be trendy.
This trend became of critical importance last year, but the next one is going to be even more favorable. Edible packaging? Or biodegradable? It’s all about the environment!
#3 Vegetarian kitchen
More and more people give up meat and replace it with plant-based foods. 2021 seems promising in this respect, too.
#4 Asian cuisine
Asia is delicious. Perhaps this is the year when more of us will discover not only chicken in dough, but also good sushi, Korean barbecue or bao buns.
#5 Making your own pasta will be as popular as baking your own bread
Lockdown encouraged some of us to bake our own bread. Perhaps it’s time to make our own pasta like we used to do?
It has recently appeared on the supermarket shelves. A healthy fermented beverage is one of the things that could be trending soon.
#7 Not only cheese plates
Wooden cheese plates is a classic. Isn’t it high time though we refreshed it a little with some pancakes, burgers and tacos?
#8 It’s quality that matters
Less junk food and more quality products. Labels will be read more carefully and we will be much more careful as for the ingredients.
#9 Healthy snacks
We seem to appreciate more and more the importance of our health. Vegetables and hummus instead of chips? With more and more organic products available, it is getting easier and easier.
#10 Innovative recipes in restaurants
Bars and restaurants will find it really hard to get by. One of the options is to stand out from the crowd of typical dishes. What about innovative cocktails, pastas, vegetable salads or jarred sauces? We are more than likely to choose them.
We are bound to choose less known fruit and vegetables. Exploring new cuisines will be definitely a major trend in 2021