Indian-Chinese Dishes That You'll Never Find In China

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Indian-Chinese Dishes That You'll Never Find In China
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When it comes to food, there are a wide range of regional delicacies but not to deny the fact that we have a special obsession on the dishes from our neighbouring country, China. However, as Indians, we surely like to twist the taste in our own way. Thus, we have dishes that are Chinese but you won't find them in China.

Want to prepare some India-nized Chinese dishes? We have seven popular recipes for you. Enjoy!

1. Gobi Manchurian

1. Gobi Manchurian

Make semi-liquid batter using flour, garlic paste, corn flour, chilli powder, ginger paste, salt, and water. The cut cauliflower into a big size and put them in the batter. Then fry in deep oil, keep aside.

Heat up oil in another pan along with dried chillies, and garlic-ginger paste. Stir and then add capsicum shaped in cubes along with salt. Put in soy sauce and tomato sauce, make sure to mix properly. Put the fried cauliflower and toss then garnish with chopped spring onion. Enjoy the dry Manchurian full Indian style.

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2. Chilli Chicken

2. Chilli Chicken
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Make a batter using egg, garlic-ginger paste, corn flour, salt, and water. Cover chicken pieces in the batter, then leave for 30 minutes. Deep fry and keep aside for using later. In a pan, fry onions along with green chilli. Then add vinegar, soy sauce, salt, and fried chicken. Toss properly, garnish with green chillies and enjoy.

3. American Chopsuey

3. American Chopsuey
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In a cup, prepare the mixture with cornflour, sugar, soy sauce, salt, and water. Fry garlic and onion along with capsicum and small chicken pieces. Then add the mixture and let it boil. Deep fry the noodles and pour the chicken sauce. Put one sunny side up egg and serve.

4. Fried Wonton

4. Fried Wonton
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Mix chestnuts, soy sauce, minced chicken, salt, cornstarch, and ginger properly. Mix flour with water and make a proper dough. Cut them in a triangle then put the mixture inside. Press the corners properly with water. Heat oil and fry the wontons then drain the excess oil. Serve with sweet chilli sauce.

5. Manchow soup

5. Manchow soup
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Fry spring onion along with button mushrooms then toss in ginger-garlic paste after sprinkling some salt. Then add finely chopped cabbage and carrot. Add green chilli, chicken stock, red chilli sauce, and soy sauce. Put in some scrambled paneer, then keep on cooking till it thickens. Deep fry noodles and put over the soup before serving.

6. Sweet Corn Chicken Soup

6. Sweet Corn Chicken Soup
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Sauté green onion along with ginger then add shredded chicken. Add sweet corn, chicken stock, and salt then bring to boil. Add a little bit of sugar and let it shimmer. Then mix corn flour to thicken the soup. Break and add an egg then stir continuously so it forms thin white threads. Garnish with chopped green onion before serving.

7. Darsaan

7. Darsaan
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Deep fry noodles and keep aside. Then use sugar and water to make thick syrup. Toss the fried noodles along with honey and orange squash. Then pour the syrup. Serve after sprinkling sesame seeds with a scoop of ice cream.

Which one's your favourite?