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Top Food Trends 2023

Food Trends 2023: A change in the food industry towards more sustainability and locality, regenerative foods and classic dishes interpreted vegan 

The world of food is accelerating, and restaurateurs, retailers and manufacturers need to make sure they don’t lose touch. Good thing Hanni Rützler has now published the latest Food Report 2023.

For the tenth time in a row, the renowned food trend researcher analyzes global food hypes and developments – even in these turbulent times!.

This exciting report was written in collaboration with cultural studies expert Wolfgang Reiter and offers comprehensive guidance on how to successfully position yourself in an increasingly complex environment.

“It’s all about using food trends as a tool that allows players in the food industry to make better decisions for the future,”

says the researcher.

Sustainability is the overarching topic

According to Hanni Rützler, three major food trends are emerging in 2023, and each of them is related to the major overarching theme: sustainability.

The first trend is called new glocal.

This describes the current shift in global food trade towards regional agricultural structures, shorter and more transparent supply chains and a focus on domestic markets.

Hanni Rützler holding a salad leaf in front of her face to promote more sustainability in restaurants

Image: futurefoodstudio | Thomas Wunderlich

The second trend is “veganizing” recipes”. The report describes in detail how many ways traditional dishes have been reinterpreted as vegan and which products are used in the process.

The Food Report singles out regenerative food as the third major trend. This is food that comes from sustainable agriculture, which focuses on biodiversity and soil regeneration.

The food trend map shows an overview of all trends

However, there are many more smaller and larger trends. The tried-and-true food trend map addresses all of them.

Food-Trend-Map 2023

Image: Zukunftsinstitut

For the first time this year, it groups the trends into clusters, thereby making their multi-layered interrelationships even more visible.

The trends are brought to life by the numerous best-practice examples from all over the world.

Smart restaurant concepts and innovative producers illustrate how these major trends are becoming a reality and provide inspiration for future-oriented actions.

This time, a great deal of space is devoted to farms that handle their resources with care, which means they can continue to supply their versatile products at a high quality standard in the future.

Sustainability - a Food Trend 2023 - already starts in the field

Image: AdobeStcok | JackF

Meat substitute has potential

In addition to the three major trends, Hanni Rützler has also identified two dominant themes.

The first is meat. The focus here is on how we consume meat today and the many creative ways it is now being replaced and replicated.

This is an increasingly significant market, even though there still isn’t a satisfying beef steak substitute emerging from the manufacturers’ printers. In this area, selected best-practice examples also demonstrate what is already possible today.



In addition, an entertaining historical foray provides a timeline of meat substitutes from the year 535 to the present. As an added bonus, the overview of alternative cell culture manufacturers also includes fish and dairy products.

The use of algae and insects as well as microbial fermentation are highlighted in detail – with interesting best practice examples included.

Social media boosts lively fusion cuisine with ingredients from around the world

The second topic is fusion.

“While the trend towards greater regionality and locality continues to strengthen at the source product level, we are seeing more and more internationalization on the food level,”

it says in the report. Spurred on by social media, products and preparation methods from kitchens all over the world are being mixed and matched in a vibrant and colorful way.

Appetizing real-life examples make you want to try them out.

Freshly cut tomatoes for creative food creations / fusion

Image: futurefoodstudio | Nicole Heiling

Last but not least, the new Food Report offers special insight into the food retail sector.

Real-life examples again help to broaden the view.

They even describe a supermarket farm.

As a special anniversary treat, the Food Report 2023 includes a comprehensive food trend glossary that summarizes and provides graphic illustration of the food trends from the past ten issues.


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Biryani: The Most Lovable and Famous Dish

Biryani is the National dish of India, as everyone loves it unanimously in the country. Not just in India, this evergreen classic dish is even popular in different parts of the world, including Jogja.

The mention of biryani can make you hungry at any time – no matter it is morning, noon, or night. For those who cannot live without rice, biryani is a heavenly word. There are various types of biryani, depending on local and hyper-local variations and different cooking styles of people from different regions.

The delicious blend of biryani rice and complex flavours of spices gives a unique aroma to this Indian cuisine. If you’ve ever tasted biryani, you know what the hype is all about. After all, there’s no other dish in the world as royal and richly flavoured as biryani.

What is Biryani?

Biryani is a tasty mixed rice dish that can be enjoyed alone or combined with any Indian curry to enhance its flavour. Biryani is famous throughout the Indian subcontinent and its diaspora.

Preparing biryani masala and cooking this semi-cooked rich dish takes practice and time to make. But the effort put in to make this Indian recipe is worth it.

When the long-grained rice is flavoured with Indian spices.

like saffron, bay leaf, cloves, garam masala, etc. and layered with chicken, lamb, vegetables, or fish dishes with thick gravy, its taste is simply mind-blowing, and cannot be compared to any other recipe in the world.

Who Invented Biryani?

Biryani is known to be invented by Muslims of the Indian subcontinent. However, it came to India very late.
Biryani is derived from the Persian word “Birian” which means “fried before cooking” and “Birinj” that’s the Persian word for rice.

Biryani Shrimp
Biryani Shrimp

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Kadhi Chawal Recipe

Kadhi chawal is a universal favorite for all North Indians. This Indian yogurt curry with rice is prepared by putting fried fritters in yogurt-based curry. The deep-fried pakodas submerged in thick creamy yogurt curry make the experience unparallel. It is a recipe loved by almost everyone but made differently in every household. The kadhi is creamy and finger-licking delicious. It is accompanied by crunchy pakoras.

Kadhi Chawal

Kadhi chawal is sour dahi kadhi prepared with curd, besan, masalas and given a tadka of dried red chilly and served with besan pakodas. It is mildly spiced. Goes very well salad, roti and any sabzi.
KEYWORD : Authentic Punjabi Dhaba Style Kadhi, Easy Kadi Recipe

Ingredients for Kadhi:

  • 1 1/2 cup Sour Curd
  • 2 tblsp Besan (gramflour)
  • 1/2 cup Water
  • 1/2 tsp Turmeric Powder (Haldi)
  • 1/4 tsp Fenugreek Seed
  • 1 tsp ginger paste
  • 1 tsp garlic paste
  • 1 – 2 Green Chillies ( slit lengthwise)
  • Salt to taste

Ingredients for pakodas

  • 2/3 cup gram flour
  • 1 tsp chili powder
  • 1/2 tsp baking soda
  • 1 onion (finely chopped)
  • 1 tsp green chili paste
  • 2 tbsp coriander leaves (finely chopped)
  • Salt to taste
  • Oil for deep frying

Method for making pakoras

  1. Take a mixing bowl; add gram flour along with chili powder, salt, baking soda, onions, green chili paste and coriander leaves.
  2. Add water little by little so that it can form a thick batter of dropping consistency.
  3. Heat oil in a kadai for deep frying, drop spoonful of the batter into it in small ball shapes. Keep turning them occasionally. Fry them until golden brown in color. Fry the pakoras in small batches. Drain them on kitchen paper to remove out the excess oil.


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