Lip Smacking Vegetarian Indo-Chinese Recipes For Your Weekend Meals
Indo Chinese is one of those cuisines, which is loved by everyone, from kids to adults. Indo Chinese is basically a fusion cuisine where Chinese Recipes are made more flavourful with an Indian twist, so that it suits the Indian palate and satisfy the Indian taste-buds. Two of the most common recipes made in Indian households are Manchurian and Hakka Noodles. You will also find these dishes in almost all the restaurants. But other than Manchurian and Hakka Noodles, there are many more Indo-Chinese recipes which you can make at home.
Indo-Chinese cuisine is becoming popular day by day with many restaurants opening up with new innovative dishes that is tempting people all over India to try these dishes. From Starters to Momos to Curries and Noodles, there are so many Indo-Chinese recipes that can be made using different kind of vegetables, sauces etc. Momos, one of the popular Indo Chinese recipe is sold all over India and has become a very popular Street Indian food with different types of fusion fillings, especially among the college going people.
Spicy Hakka Noodles, Spring Rolls and Manchurian are other dishes that has become popular as the street food in recent times. Other than these, there are some popular recipes such as Thukpa, Chilli Garlic Noodles, Vegetable Stir Fry In Schezwan Sauce, Dumplings, Noodle Bowls etc which are enjoyed by the people. We have many other Indo Chinese recipes that you can make at home, for your weekend meals or for your house parties.
So whenever you are thinking of making something Indo-Chinese, do give our lip smacking and tempting recipes a try and we assure you it will surely satisfy your taste buds.
1. Starters & Soup
Malvika Hada is a writer, fashion lover, a big time foodie, travel freak and loves to cook. With a post graduation degree in media and entertainment, Malvika also has a keen interest in filmmaking. Watching her father’s achievements in writing, she developed her passion in the same and decided to make a career in it. If she is not writing about food and fashion, she can be found watching sitcoms at home, hanging out with friends or trying out something new to cook at home.
Last Modified On Monday, 22 July 2019 16:43
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