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Top 5 Indo Chinese Recipes

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Top 5 Indo Chinese Recipes

Indo-Chinese food is one of the most popular external cuisines in India. Indian Chinese food is developed in Kolkata by migrates of China. They modified its taste to suit Indian people. Though this taste is not only known by Indians, it also suits the local people residing in the United States, South East, and Europe.

When you have Chinese food in Indian hotel one of the most popular dishes are always fried rice with Gobi Manchurian gravy, Hakka noodles, vegetable nuggets and fried noodles. The common thing between Indian and Chinese food is they are packed with multiple ingredients and spices and give a delicious taste. Culinary style of Indo-Chinese has chili, Manchurian and Schezwan sauce. Dishes can be served with gravy and without gravy.

Here are 5 Indo Chinese recipes that are healthy, delicious and easy-to-make.

Some of the popular dishes are mentioned below:

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Vegetarian Hakka Noddle’s

Vegetable Hakka noodles are the great combination of noodle with the variety of vegetable and lip-smacking sauces. The dish is eaten as street food in India and out in other countries. This is the best option to use leftover vegetable and noodles at home. Dried chili paste, soya sauce, and sweet chilies are the part of addition serving with the noodle to customize the concentration of the flavor.

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Vegetarian Manchurian

Amongst all vegetarian Manchurian, Gobi Manchurian gravy recipe is something that no one can ignore. A ball of smashed cauliflower, sliced cabbage with soya sauce could be a big treat to anyone’s mouth. Perhaps this is the one dish Chinese developed to taste Indian cuisine.  As per the taste of individual it can be customized as other options like dry Manchurian, gravy Manchurian, chicken nuggets Manchurian and much more.

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Dim sums

Dim sum is small sized food serving prepared in steam and can be served at tea time. A physician from the third century wrote that having only tea can lead to digestion, so tea houses added this as a snack with tea. This is the only reason dim sum are mostly liked to take with tea.

Most dim sums served until mid-afternoon, but in some restaurant, it is common to serve them at dinner time. A traditionally prepared dim sum can have varieties like chicken, vegetable, and beef Dim sum.

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Chilli Chicken

If you are a lover of spicy food then this is the best option for you. Fried chicken nuggets with thick chili sauce can make your day. People used to prepare it with boneless chicken. This category has a variety of dry chicken preparations. Green chili chicken, tandoori chili chicken, Chinese chili chicken and Bengal chili chicken are the option you can try to give a spicy treat to your mouth.

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Chilli Paneer

This is the vegetarian substitute for the chili chicken.  In China, tofu and cottage cheese is the main ingredient of this recipe, but in India, it can be prepared using dairy cheese. Broad bean sauce is the center of the attraction of this recipe. It is also known as Sichuan peppercorns. This sauce gives mouth-watering flavor to the dish so that no one can resist.

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