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June 6, 2014
Spring Rolls - Ingredients

If you are looking for a famous and all favorite snack or appetizer, then look no further, Spring Rolls are a perfect choice. These rolls made with vegetables or non-vegetarian filled in sheets go well with everyone. We have had these in the street shops, in parties and weddings, in restaurants and more. They are famous all over India and served as part of snacks or appetizers. These spring roll sheets can be made at [...]Read More

Chinese Pineapple Fried Rice

Pineapple is a universal fruit used in pretty much all countries and loved by a large population. It has been added to dishes to make starters, main courses and desserts for a long time. China being the fifth largest producer of pineapple also uses it in some of its dishes, while the Indian Chinese version of the dishes are famous in our country. It is easily available in all fruit shops in India so I [...]Read More

Sweet & Sour Tofu

Tofu is made from soy milk, and bears close resemblance to paneer made from regular milk. It has been made famous by the Chinese, Thai and other south east Asian cuisines. It also also found its way into India in past decade and used in number of dishes adapted from neighboring countries and some within the country. It is healthy to eat and tastes nice, so why not also use it at home to make [...]Read More

March 3, 2014
Mushroom Manchurian

Manchurians have got famous as Indian Chinese dishes, you can find them with many street vendors. Some of the dishes which are available are gobhi manchurian, paneer manchurian, mushroom manchurian and more. Today I tried my hand at making Mushroom Manchurian and it turned out fabulous. It goes perfect as an evening snack with a hot cup of tea or coffee and can be a favorite pass time. Mushrooms mixed with other ingredients gives out [...]Read More

February 25, 2014
Schezwan Idli

Mixing the best of two cuisines can sometimes create a cool dish and that is what happened today. I made the all too famous South Indian idli, Chinese schezwan style and the combo gave a perfect twin taste. Schezwan Idli is a good choice for breakfast or starters or in fact any time snack. We have talked about idli in a past recipe, so here I would only show how to make these idli into this [...]Read More

February 4, 2014
Honey Sesame Tofu

People in India are more inclined towards paneer, which is a milk solid and used in many dishes across the spectrum. Tofu, on the other hand, is a soy milk product, also called bean curd. It is very healthy as it provides a good amount of proteins and iron and does not contain much calories by itself. So it is a good substitute for paneer. It has been used as an ingredient since ancient times in [...]Read More

January 28, 2014
Sesame Peanut Noodles

Noodles are very common in India and liked by everyone. They are sold at as street-side as well as high-end restaurants catering to every individual’s taste. Today I added sesame seeds and peanuts to give a different and unique flavouring to the noodles, and the result was Sesame Peanut Noodles. The seeds provide crunchiness, with the sesame seeds adding a nice flavour to the dish. These noodles can be served with any main course Chinese [...]Read More

January 9, 2014
Chinese Chili Garlic Vegetables

Noodles are good for a variation sometimes during the month, so I was making them, however they go much better with some Chinese curry, so to go with my noodles I made Chinese Chili Garlic Vegetables and the dinner just tasted awesome. This preparation is a combo of all your favorite vegetables in a Chinese preparation, I love the colorful bell peppers, mushrooms and broccoli, so I used all the same, you can choose your [...]Read More

December 27, 2013
Hot & Sour Soup

I’ve tried many variations of Hot & Sour Soup in multiple restaurants in different cities and even countries and have every time loved it. This is my favorite soup and I love it all the more in the winter season. Today I made this delectable soup at home and served it before dinner for a cozy start to a wonderful evening. You too can make this soup at home and enjoy with your family and [...]Read More

December 19, 2013
Chilly paneer

I’ve been longing to eat something spicy for some time now so today evening I made Chilly Paneer a typical Chinese touch to a wholly Indian ingredient. Most of the people in India love paneer, so this dish goes well with the masses and great for vegetarians opting for Chinese option. The spring onions and capsicum adds to the taste and makes it very appealing and as obvious the spices create the magic. Its fairly [...]Read More

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