Red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. Ah, the colours of the rainbow. The layering of seven different colours is such a fascinating sight and regardless of how old you are, it instantly brings a smile to your face. Incorporating the colours into food dishes is a brilliant idea because not only do we feast with our mouths but also with our eyes.
Here are 7 different rainbow dishes around the world that will amaze you!
1. Rainbow Bagel from The Bagel Store (New York)
HypeQuiva featured the rainbow bagel before and here it is again! A breakfast turned into a dessert by filling it with sweet funfetti cream cheese! Mmmh, yummy!
2. Rainbow Cheese Cake by Tian Kee & Co (Singapore)
A good old creamy cheesecake with a buttery crust at the base is perfect for afternoon tea. This rainbow dessert has distinctive layers of colours, making it too pretty to consume.
Tian Kee & Co.
3. Rainbow Latte Art from @ibrecoffee (Las Vegas)
No one would have thought of associating rainbow with coffee but the Las Vegas-based barista, Mason Salisbury came up with the idea of rainbow latte art! This rainbow art is prepared the same way as the normal latte, the only difference is that food colouring is added to the steamed milk before pouring.
4. Rainbow Grilled cheese from Kala Toast (Hong Kong)
Just when we thought we have reached the peak for rainbow dishes, Kala Toast came up with rainbow cheese! Just look at it! It’s enough to make you book a flight to Hong Kong right this instant!
5. Rainbow Heart-Shape Cookies from Eugenie Kitchen (Korea)
I salute Eugenie for her patience and dedication to making this wonderful cookie. Literally, a piece of art.
6. Monchie Bar From Onch Movement (Los Angeles)
A bar of white chocolate sprinkled with sugar, spice and everything nice! Treat yourself to this beautiful looking chocolate bar and relive the memory from the nineties with sour patch, fruity pebbles and gummy bears!
7. Rainbow Pasta from Gimme Some Oven (Missouri)
How do you kick a pasta dish up a notch? Well, by turning them into the colours of the rainbow! Kids will definitely love the fun-looking dish and the recipe is very simple. All you have to do is add the pasta to a bag with food colouring! For the full recipe, please visit here.
Lucky you if you live within the vicinity of the places that offer all these amazing looking rainbow dishes. We can only hope they will enter out home country market one day, but if all else fail, we will recreate the dish on our own since there are plenty of recipes online.
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