Let’s get cozy…not in the literal sense, but with a bowl of piping hot winter soup Hot and Sour soup. Popular and will know as an Indo Chinese soup and ordered almost every time in restaurants. Super easy to make and very healthy as well. Make it at home from scratch; make your own clear and tasty vegetable stock with leftover vegetables and then make the flavorsome vegetables shine with some Indian red chili and spices, few commonly available sauces and there you have it. A comfort soup to die for. This smooth and tasty soup will keep you warm during the cold winter night, do try.
Do you want to be popular amongst family and friends who love food? Well here is a recipe which will surely make you an instant favorite at parties and get together. Make this crunchy and juicy, vegetable and soya mix, lightly seasoned, coated and breaded with cornflakes deep fried until golden brown Kurkure Momos, which are super easy to make and mouthwatering. Serve at parties and let your family rave about it. So let’s begin!!
Anyone who is living in India is well aware of the famous Indo-Chinese dish called as Gobi Manchurian. This is a dish which caters to our Indian palate and also allows our vegetarian friends to enjoy Indo Chinese cuisine at its best. This is a simplistic different take on the regular Manchurian dishes, goodness of the crispy deep fried cauliflower florets tossed in light soya and red chilli sauce gravy, thickened just enough to coat that each and every juicy gobi florets and served hot with a slight sprinkle of fresh spring onions green. Yummy to the core. Let’s quickly make this insanely delicious dish at your upcoming party..full on restaurant style.
Indian street food culture has become very versatile and one of the prominent example is the dominance of Chinese cuisine which has been uniquely tweaked to cater to the Indian palate.If you love Indo Chinese Food, then you must have relished Vegetable Manchurian in some restaurant or food stall. Here is a recipe that will teach you how to make this popular dish at home. Make nice soft dough with cabbage and veggies, add some masala to give it that Indian twist, deep fry the veggie manchurian balls and toss it with the rich thick Manchurian sauce, and there you have it. It’s that easy.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Momos are a street specialty in North and the North East of India. Yes and it has a good fan following around the world as well. But friends, no dish is complete in India if it does not have the masaledar and chatpata Indian tandoori touch. So if you’ve always loved momos and are looking for something unique then this is the recipe for you. Soft vegetable momos, fried and then tossed in tandoori marinade, skewered and then grilled, the best part of the recipe is you can also smoke the momos and simply cook it in a pan. This is a fresh take on India’s one of most popular street foods Momo’s.