Recipes from other countries like China
have made a vast change to create Indo-Chinese fusion cuisine. Indo-Chinese
foods are hot favorites liked by one and all. Our Chinese recipes contain
recipes of traditional Indo-Chinese cuisine which is a spicy fusion food melded
from two World greatest cultures. The cuisine is believed to have originated
from the Chinese of Kolkata (Calcutta)
and is still popular there.
Indian Chinese cuisine is the adaptation of Chinese
seasoning and cooking techniques to Indian tastes, and the Indian Chinese foods
have spread to all parts of India
and you can see small shacks selling Indian Chinese food even in remote towns.
The variety of spices and their combination from subtle to the hottest is unique
to Asian foods.
In India, Chinese recipes like the Manchurian (can be
prepared from chicken, mixed vegetables, babycorn, cauliflower or Meal maker Manchurian), Babycorn Manchurian,
Vegetable Manchurian, Chowmein, Chilli Chicken, Noodles Schezwan / Noodles
Hakka and fried rice are the popularly available dishes. Chicken Manchurian is very famous dish from Chinese cuisine; it is prepared in variety of ways
with different meats either chicken, prawns or beef. Chicken Manchurian is easy
to prepare and tasty. It can be eaten as a dry snack. Like wise the Gobi Manchurian (prepared with
cauliflower florets) is the vegetarian version of the Chicken Manchurian. These
recipes are liked by the kids a lot and the oldies too, is usually eaten in
between the lunch and dinner time. It’s a perfect snack, tangy in taste, nice
flavor and yummy to eat.
are flavored with spices, hot chilli, ginger, garlic and yoghurt. This makes
the Indian Chinese food similar in taste to many ethnic dishes in Southeast
Asian countries. Culinary styles often seen in Indian Chinese fare include
chilli (implying hot and batter-fried), Manchurian (implying a sweet and salty brown
sauce), and Szechwan (Sichuan,
implying a spicy red sauce). These correspond loosely, with authentic Chinese