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Chinese cuisine is a zesty one, with colourful and crunchy veggies, tongue-tickling sweet-and-sour notes and spicy flavours. It is much-loved by the Indians, so much so that all over India we can find several customised versions of Indian dishes using Chinese seasonings and sauces, as well as Chinese dishes using a dash of Indian spices and ingredients! This band of dishes can well be called Indo-Chinese cuisine. We will find mostly authentic Chinese dishes, as well as a few adapted or Indianised versions of Chinese recipes in this section.
Chinese recipes use a lot of ingredients like garlic, ginger and spring onions, as well as sauces like soy sauce, vinegar and chilli sauce, which instantly pep up the flavour of the whole dish. We will also find corn flour and maida used in several recipes, as a thickening agent for the sauces and soups, or for coating deep-fried delicacies like Baby Corn Fritters
, Crispy Fried Vegetables
and Chilli Paneer
. Discover a host of world-famous Chinese dishes like Schezuan Noodles
, Vegetable Fried Rice
and Veg Manchurian
as well as lesser-known delights in this section.
20 Aug 08
3 B Stir-fry ( Healthy Diabetic Recipe ) by Tarla Dalal
Rich in the goodness of the 3 bs – broccoli, bean sprouts and baby corn, this dish is a real hit on all occasions and on all counts! since all three of the key ingredients have different textures, the overall feel is unique… and awesome! just don’t miss this one!
21 Nov 12
5 Spice Tofu and Bean Sprouts Rice by Tarla Dalal
As the name suggests, Five Spice Tofu and Bean Sprouts Rice gets its special flavour from the popular Chinese masala, the five spice powder that consists of star anise, Szechuan peppercorns, fennel, cinnamon and cloves. You are sure to notice that this recipe does not contain any dominating vegetabl ....
21 Nov 12
5 Treasure Vegetables by Tarla Dalal
Hi-five for the goodness of five veggies, that’s what this dish is all about! a nutritious and tasty preparation made of any combination of five colourful, fresh vegetables, the five treasure vegetables is a classic chinese recipe. While you can use any veggies of your choice, it would good to retai ....
16 May 15
8 Treasure Vegetables by Tarla Dalal
The number 8 is a lucky one for the Chinese and this dish is one made on auspicious occasions using a combination of eight vegetables tossed in a simple sauce.
23 Aug 12
Almond Jelly with Fruit Cocktail ( Chinese Cooking ) by Tarla Dalal
Almond jelly with fruit cocktail, fruits and fruit based desserts are popular in china and almond based puddings and jellies are usually savored with fresh fruit. This recipe is classic vietnamese. Little cups of almond flavored jellies are served topped with fresh fruit-which ever is in season. We’ ....
21 Nov 12
American Chopsuey by Tarla Dalal
American Chopsuey represents the confluence of western and oriental cuisines, and when served with fried noodles, it is often considered an overseas adaptation of the popular Chinese dish, Chow Mein. Chopsuey is essentially sautéed veggies flavoured with sauces and thickened with corn flour. When se ....
21 Nov 12
Baby Corn Salt and Pepper by Tarla Dalal
Succulently fresh baby corn, blanched and coated in a peppery batter, is deep-fried to perfection. To add to the thrills, the crisp corn is then stir-fried with zesty spring onions and pungent garlic, to make a flavour-rich starter that fits perfectly into an Oriental menu. Use only freshly roasted ....
17 Nov 10
Baked Dragon Rolls ( Healthy Starter Recipe ) by Tarla Dalal
Hmm, just the name fires one’s imagination! get, set and feast on this baked version of dragon rolls. Although the outer covering is still made of maida, the calories that come out of deep-frying are eliminated, making this a 26-calorie joy ride!
01 Jan 1999
Bean Sprouts Fried Rice by Tarla Dalal
Relish this chinese delicacy, while also getting a health boost from the sprouts. To keep the rice grains separate, spread the cooked rice on a tray and allow it to cool. Then, rub a little oil on the cooked rice and keep aside till you require it.
21 Nov 12
Bean Sprouts Soup by Tarla Dalal
A brilliant combination of capsicum, bean sprouts and onions, This delightful Oriental soup is not only tantalizingly tasty, but also conveniently quick to prepare! Unlike most soups, which call for cooking the veggies first, this Bean Sprouts Soup makes use of stir-frying, a comparatively fast proc ....
25 Dec 15
Boiled Hakka Noodles by Tarla Dalal
meal is ever complete without Boiled Noodles, which is used not just for the main course but also to prepare a range of other dishes ranging from soups and starters to desserts too!
This means that before you foray into Chinese cuisine, you ought to ....
12 Feb 16
Brinjal and Bok Choy in Blackbean Sauce by Tarla Dalal
Tease and appease your taste buds with this Chinese black bean sauce. Brinjal, bok choy and black bean together make this a very traditional Chinese
combination. Use your own combination of vegetables if you are not a brinjal lover.
16 May 15
Broccoli and Baby Corn Stir Fry ( Easy Chinese Cooking) by Tarla Dalal
Broccoli and baby corn together make an interesting combination because they complement each other in appearance as well as taste. The cashewnuts add an element of crunch to this exciting mixture of vegetables.
23 Aug 12
Broccoli and Baby Corn Stir-fry by Tarla Dalal
Broccoli is called ‘gai lan’ in chinese and is an extremely favorite vegetable in the Chinese kitchen. A stir-fry with broccoli is probably one of the fastest cooking dishes and very delicious too. Broccoli and baby corn are tossed in together with capsicum, onions, French beans and cucumber and top ....
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