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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.

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Recipe# 4186
21 Feb 17

 
Crispy Rice, Deep Fried Chinese Crispy Rice by Tarla Dalal
Like crispy noodles, Crispy Rice is also a key ingredient in Chinese cooking often used in sweets, savouries and Soups as a key ingredient or as a garnish. Here we show you how to prepare and store some at home, hand ....
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Recipe# 4114
11 Dec 15

 
Steamed Wontons, Veg Steamed Wonton by Tarla Dalal
Like Modak and Parathas in India, wontons are a wonderful food in Chinese cuisine, as they provide a lot of scope for innovation. You can try your hand at making various unique fillings, and also
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Recipe# 33074
23 Aug 12

 
Fried Wontons by Tarla Dalal
Myriad colourful veggies, sautéed till crisp and tossed with noodles and sauce, make a wonderful filling for wontons. The success of this stuffing, and most stir-fried veggies for that matter, depends on heating the kadai properly. You need to make it smoke, literally, before adding the veggies, so ....
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Recipe# 4112
09 Jan 17

 
Wonton Soup, Veg Wonton Soup 
by Tarla Dalal
Almost synonymous with Chinese cuisine, the Wonton Soup is a sumptuous and tongue-tickling soup that brings alive the flavours and textures of Oriental cuisine. Wontons are like dumplings, in which a cover of plain flour dough holds miscellaneous sautéed veggies. The wontons are cooked by boilin ....
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Recipe# 4111
10 Dec 15

 
Mushroom and Vermicelli Soup 
by Tarla Dalal
You might have tried making everything from Pulaos to kheer with vermicelli, but ever thought of making a soup with it? Being thinner than Noodles , rice vermicelli gives a unique texture to ....
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Recipe# 4162
30 Mar 17

 
Vegetable Chow Mein by Tarla Dalal
Vegetable Chow Mein is one of the gems of Oriental cuisine, well known across the world! It is not a very complex dish but has a very interesting mix of textures and flavours, which is sure to intrigue your senses. In the Chow Mein, hakka noodles comes together with a range of colourful and crun ....
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Recipe# 4129
10 Dec 15

 
Crispy Okra, Bhindi Fry Recipe 
by Tarla Dalal
You will love this dish irrespective of whether you usually like bhindi or not. Slit okra is coated with cornflour and deep-fried to an excitingly crisp texture, before being tossed with lip-smacking ingredients like spring onions, ginger, garlic and soya sauce that simply make you drool with ....
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Recipe# 4135
10 Dec 15

 
Broccoli, Baby Corn and Carrot Vegetable by Tarla Dalal
You can enjoy the fresh look of colourful and crunchy vegetables in this delightful and quick dish. It is the preparation of the veggies that could take a little time, but the actual cooking is very fast. You are sure to relish the natural flavour of the Broccoli, Baby Corn and Carrot Vegetabl ....
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Recipe# 325
11 Sep 15

 
Steamed Chinese Bread Buns 
by Tarla Dalal
The Chinese have a taste for warm, milky buns. Don’t we all? Well, the difference is that those soft and succulent buns are steamed and not baked! A spongy dough of plain flour and milk is cooked in a steamer and enjoyed warm, usually sandwiched with pickled vegetables. Although some people like ....
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Recipe# 1727
28 Mar 16

 
Sautéed Snow Peas and Bean Sprouts 
by Tarla Dalal
Snow peas, cooked the right way, has a beautiful mildly-sweet flavour and succulent texture. Make an amazing dish of sautéed snow peas and bean sprouts, perked up with soy sauce, sesame seeds and other ingredients that give a strong flavour to the mild veggie. The snow peas are blanched in b ....
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Recipe# 1724
21 Feb 12

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Sweet Corn Soup ( Cooking Under 10 Minutes ) by Tarla Dalal
The Sweet Corn Soup is what you could call an all-time global favourite! Loved by people all over the world for its sweet flavour and nutty texture, it is quite satiating and soothing too. This method is quite easy to prepare and retains the fresh taste of the corn. You can enjoy its mellow flavour ....
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Recipe# 33125
23 Aug 12

 
Pickled Cucumber ( Chinese Cooking ) by Tarla Dalal
Pickled cucumber, a great appetizer that tastes splendid when served chilled. This salad must be made in advance so that the flavors are soaked up by the cucumber chunks. The salt-sweet-sour cucumber is extremely refreshing. Try grating ginger into the salad for a more flavorful version, or add chop ....
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Recipe# 4187
16 May 15

 
Chilli Oil (Chinese) by Tarla Dalal
A simple way of flavouring oil to add more flavours to our cooking. Chillies add a warm, pungent aroma to the oil.
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Recipe# 4178
10 Dec 15

 
Green Garlic Sauce by Tarla Dalal
Green garlic or young garlic has a milder, fresher and sweeter taste than mature garlic pods, and this makes it a wonderful ingredient for sauces and dips. Combining it with some green chillies for spice, coriander for a fresh flavour and lemon juice for tang results in a really tongue-ticklin ....
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