If you talk about Indian cuisine then you would instantly relate to spices and spicy food. Here is a spin to a Chinese recipe but with an Indian twist. This is an Indo Chinese recipe of the ever so famous Kung Pao Potatoes. Baby potatoes deep fried and stir fried in a very nutty and spicy Kung Pao sauce, which consist of chili paste, Sichuan peppers and roasted peanuts. Serve it as a starter or as a side dish. You will definitely have your guest raving about it.
Looking for some quick and healthy snacks for your family or last minute party. Then here is a recipe of healthy and tasty Chilli Chana , it is an awesome dish which can be served as a starter or side dish. Chana which are boiled, coated and fried, tossed in spicy sauce. Fairly dry and spicy dish to serve and which is liked by all.
Let’s make the ever so famous Bengali Street Style Vegetable Cutlets, widely popular in almost all parts of India but with a lot of variations. They are made with mashed potatoes and mixed vegetables, flavored with spices, shaped, batter coated, breaded, and fried until crispy. Soft from the inside and crispy from the outside. A delicious recipe for all, it easy to prepare and makes a wonderful snack.
Who hasn’t heard about Bhel Puri, but have you heard about a new Indo Chinese Bhel. I bet you will only here about it in India. Crispy Chinese Bhel is an excellent and awesome snack to treat everyone from kids to the elders. It’s made by deep frying noodles and spicing it up with the ever so famous Schezwan sauce. I would say it’s a remarkable idea and it’s here to stay.
Today let’s make Tandoori Soya Chaap Tikka. A delicious vegetarian take on the tandoori chicken tikka. This versatile dish can be served as a starter; it’s made with soya pieces marinated in a heavy marinade of rich spices, cream and butter. The uniqueness of this recipe is you can prepare this dish in tandoori style without using a tandoor. You can cook it directly over high heat and still get the same street style taste which we all crave for.
Variety is the spice of life. Aren’t we bored with the usual Potato French fries, would you like to try something different, so here is a recipe Suji French Fries….yes you heard it right! These soft fluffy and crunchy fries made with just 3 simple ingredients. This super simple and quick recipe will be an instant hit at parties and get together.
Veg Crispy is a popular Indo-Chinese dish. Assorted Vegetables that are batter fried in a spicy and rich garlicky flavoured batter. Super easy to make with loads of flavor and trust me they’re so addictive. A good starter for any party or simply if you have a craving for something fried and crunchy to eat. Learn how to make perfect Veg Crispy in a jiffy.
This breaded Onion Rings recipe is plain onion rings which are batter fried. They’re extra crunchy thanks to the panko bread crumbs and slightly sweet due to the onion. Delicious on their own, but even better when combined with Mayonnaise or any other dips.Perfect for game nights or parties. So easy and delicious!
Today’s dish is a scrumptious appetizer recipe. It is a popular Indo Chinese starter known as Babycorn Manchurian. It’s Babycorns which are lightly coated with flour and fried and they are stir fried in a very fragrant Manchurian sauce. It’s very tasty and a must order dish in most of the restaurants. A delight for kids and vegetarians.
Are you looking for some comfort food during the long cold winter nights or are you just in a mood for something soupy? Here is a recipe of a hearty noodle soup Thuppa or Thukpa as commonly known in some region, inspired from the region of Sikkim and Nepal and now is eaten in many parts of India. This noodle soup is a one pot wholesome meal; the soup is mildly spiced with Indian masala and is served with boiled plain noodles. Let’s cook up a storm and begin!