Why cook the typical veg noodles when you can cook a rather tastier and flavourful dish of sesame noodles. Made with veggies like carrots and snow peas, this recipe of veg sesame noodles can make your day!
You can now make this hot and sour soup at your home without depending on instant soups. The experience of sipping on soup during winter is blissful, and when it is made with nutritious veggies and mushrooms, it can nourish your body and soul.
If you thought you could get the tastiest Indo Chinese dishes only at a restaurant, this recipe of Triple Schezwan Rice would prove you wrong. With veggies like beans, cabbage, and carrots, this dish can fulfill your wish for the tastiest Triple Schezwan Rice that you wanted to have.
Did you ever think that you could eat Chinese Chopsuey made by yourself? Chinese Chopsuey, a dish adapted in many countries, has its Indian style. Changed a bit from the mainstream Chopsuey, this recipe of chopsuey is specially made to adapt to the Indian palate with veggies like carrots, bell peppers, spring onions, this recipe can give you a delicious dish.
If you want a change from daily home-made food, now you can make Veg Schezwan Fried Rice quite easily with this recipe that has veggies like carrots, French beans, cabbage, celery, and button mushrooms.
From Maggi to Top Ramen, noodles are an instant hit for our kids. Why let your kids eat the street food when you can cook the same Vegetable Chow Mein at home under your watchful eye? This spicy and tangy Vegetable Chow Mein with nutritious veggies can be an amazing treat for your little ones. Cooking Vegetable Chow Mein at home can’t be any easier. This dish can be tastier and definitely more nutritious than the street.
Baking is the way to go if you want the nutrients in your tofu intact. This is a simple recipe of this amazing ingredient needing minimum preparation with olive oil, tamari or soy sauce, and cornstarch. Cook the tasty and crispy Tofu at your home without deep frying them. Made with olive oil and baked to golden perfection, this is a healthy rendition of this nutritious food.
Are your children always craving to go to the roadside vendor selling Chinese bhel? Is that worrying about you? With healthy veggies like capsicums, corn, cabbage, and carrots, you can now cook Chinese Bhel at home for your kids. And, it is tastier and healthier than the regular Chinese Bhel you get at the vendor.
Serve these delicious samosas hot with chutneys. You will always find the regular samosa in the market, but try making this unique and delicious recipe that your kids and adults will enjoy eating. This fascinating combination formula will take your adoration for snacks up by a score.
When we talk about iconic dishes, one of the iconic Indian-Chinese dishes is Chilli Paneer. Now a traditional Chilli Paneer has got a lot of oil, a lot of Ajinomoto, and, most importantly, a very unhealthy coating of carbohydrates around the paneer. But it should be all about health and fun balance. Here, you will learn to prepare a tasty and healthy version of Chilli Paneer.
Gobi Manchurian is an Indo Chinese dish that is famous in India for its Indian tadka in Chinese flavors. Its main ingredient is cauliflower (Gobi), which is coated in a batter of cornflour and spices and then deep-fried. It is completed with a tangy-spicy-savory sauce made up of soya, red chili sauce, and vinegar. You can have it dry or with gravy. The sides that can compliment Gobi Manchurian can be noodles, fried rice, or steamed rice.
Chinese Spring rolls is a tea time or a breakfast snack. It is a Chinese cuisine appetizer. An authentic Chinese spring roll needs to have smooth, crisp-crackling skin of light color, and it needs to be small in size, which can be enjoyed in 4 bites. This filling is filled with tender-crisp vegetables and is light for the stomach. If you wish to make, Chinese spring rolls, use and follow the ingredients and steps below to make delicious authentic Chinese spring rolls.
When the names come “Chinese Food,” the first dish that comes to everyone’s mind is delicious mouth-watering Hakka Noodles. Whether a ten-year-old child or 18-year teenager or 30-year-old person, everyone loves Hakka Noodles, but what stops them is the unhygienic food available outside.