Sambal Spiced Veggie Mee Goreng Recipe

Mee Goreng also known as Mi Goreng is a classic hawker food specialty which is popular in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. The dish is known to be derived from the Chinese chow mein and is believed to have been introduced by the Chinese immigrants in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore.  This dish has many variations and can also be made with the addition of sea food, chicken and pork. The most popular version that is available in Malaysia and Singapore is the Bakmie Goreng ...

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Idli Manchurian Recipe With Oriental Twist

Idli Manchurian Recipe With Oriental Twist is an easy snack recipe which is fusion of South Indian Idlis tossed in Chinese and Italian flavours. Northeast China has a place called Manchuria and the Manchurians believed to have originated there. This Idli Manchurian recipe can be made with leftover idlis from the morning or previous day. This Idli Manchurian Recipe With Oriental Twist can be made quickly and also can make an impressing serving when you have guests at home. Serve Idli Manchurian ...

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Indo-Chinese Paneer Manchurian Recipe

Indo-Chinese Paneer Manchurian Recipe is a delicious and popular Indo-Chinese recipe, from the menus of many restaurants and street carts that dot India. It's an easy recipe where cubes of Paneer are batter fried and then tossed in a spicy, sweet and sour sauce. The paneer cubes can be fried and made ahead. When you are ready to eat, make the sauce and toss the paneer pieces in it. This is a must-try dish if your family loves Indo-Chinese. Serve it along with Thai Style Noodles With Spinach And Leeks ...

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Vegetarian Thukpa Recipe by Saransh Goila (India On My Platter)

The Vegetarian Thukpa is a classic soup like dish from the North Eastern Cuisine and also very popular in Leh Ladakh. This is a special edition recipe, that is adapted from celebrity Chef Saransh Goilas best selling book. Watch the video of me in action along with Chef Saransh where we cook the Thukpa from his bestselling book "India On My Platter". Serve the Vegetarian Thukpa recipe hot for a relaxing Sunday Meal. If you are looking for more Sunday meal recipes here are some: Whole ...

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Crispy Bakwan Sayur Recipe (No Onion No Garlic Vegetable Fritter)

Bakwan is Indonesian vegetarian version of tempura, which is a popular Japanese fritter. Just like making a tempura, you will need to decide on your ingredients, this usually consists of assortment of vegetables. And you will need to prepare your batter. The most common bakwan is the vegetables version, in which shredded cabbage and shredded carrot are the two most popular choice. Here, Bakwan I have made has no eggs, and has no onion and no garlic. If you can handle the ...

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Korean Japchae Noodles Recipe (Sweet Potato Starch Noodles)

Korean Japchae Noodles is a popular Korean delicacy made from sweet potato starch unlike the other noodles which is made from wheat/rice. It is also known as Korean glass noodles and typically involves the addition of meat such as beef, pork or chicken. Sweet potato is a healthier option compared to other noodles as it is rich in fiber and lesser carbs. Here is a vegetarian version of Japchae. Korean Japchae Noodles makes for a wholesome meal and can be cooked quickly for a weeknight ...

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Vegetarian Sago Dumpling Recipe

Vegetarian Sago Dumpling Recipe is a popular Thai street snack food made of outer layer of tapioca pearls. Instead of the commonly used minced pork in the dumpling, I have created a vegetarian version with sauteed veggies like cabbage, carrot, and beans. This is an easy recipe after you master the art of making the circular discs of tapioca pearls and bringing the sides together to wrap up the filling within. Remember that the wrapped tapioca flour should be thin but firm, like explained in the procedure ...

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Asian Style Mixed Fried Rice Recipe

Asian Style Mixed Fried Rice is a quick recipe of rice tossed with sauces and veggies. The sauces used in this recipe are all present in our kitchen pantry and all you need to do is assemble everything to get delicious spicy Thai meal on your table. The best part is you can make this with left over steamed rice. Any of your favourite veggies can be used to make this Asian style mixed fried rice, an egg can also be used along with the veggies. Serve Asian Style Mixed Fried Rice with Vegetarian Thai ...

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Japanese Senbei Rice Crackers In Indian Flavours

Senbei is a Japanese rice crackers recipe whose main ingredients include rice flour, cooked rice, oil, flavourings or spices of choice, soy sauce, and mirin. These savoury crackers may be fried or baked and make great tea time snacks. To suit our Indian palate I have decided to make a very desi- version of it aka 'Biryani flavored Senbei' crackers. The base is still rice flour and cooked rice but it is flavoured with our traditional masalas and spices. These rice crackers are gluten free, ...

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Kung Pao Chicken With Vegetable Fried Rice Recipe

Kung Pao Chicken is spicy stir-fried chicken that is typically served with Fried Rice. Boneless Chicken pieces stir fried with peanuts and spicy flavor goes well with fried rice with subtle flavors and not too spicy. Here I have teamed up Kung Pao Chicken with exotic Chinese Vegetable Fried Rice as a one dish. Serve Kung Pao Chicken With Vegetable Fried Rice as a main course meal along with Soft and Spicy Chicken Nuggets to start with and Chocolate Espresso Custard Pudding Recipe for ...

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Chinese Savoury Rice Porridge Recipe With Pumpkin

Chinese Savoury Rice Porridge Recipe With Pumpkin is a savoury, mild and delicious Chinese style rice porridge with pumpkin. Apart from regular meat recipes with a plethora of non-vegetarian main ingredients, Chinese people do love their vegetarian meals which include rice. This recipe originates in Guangdong province of Republic of China. Chinese use this comforting vegetarian meals when in sickness like cough or cold. The porridge is always followed by herbal green teas to balance the food and ...

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Night Jasmine & Creamy Coconut Rice Recipe

Parijata, also known as Ganga Shiuli in Odiya & Night Jasmine in English is Lord Krishna's favorite flower. Though i have seen my mom using the leaves to make fritters, using the flowers came into picture only a few years back. While Assamese add these to fish curry, many use these as a replacement of Saffron. These flowers are sun-dried and used through out the year when not in season. Night Jasmine Creamy Coconut Rice is a very delicious and aromatic dish, which will be a treat to all ...

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Mochiko Dango Recipe (Sweet Japanese Dumplings)

Dango is a Japanese sweet dumpling and sweet made from mochiko (rice flour), related to mochi and hence also called as Mochiko Dango. It is often served with green tea. Dango is eaten year-round with variations in ingredients to suit the fervour of the climate. Three to four dango dumplings are often served on a skewer, as a dessert after Japanese foods like Vegetarian Sushi Recipe or Teriyaki Chicken Recipe with rice. Here are a few more recipes from Japanese cuisine Japanese ...

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Toffee Banana Recipe (Classic Chinese Dessert)

Toffee banana recipe is a typical Asian sweet/ dessert. Banana slices are dipped in a flour batter, deep-fried , then coated with caramelized sugar syrup (toffee) and then finally sprinkled with sesame seeds. This sweet has a combination of textures- the batter frying makes the fruit soft and sweet, toffee coating makes it brittle and sesame seeds give it a crunch. You can also use other fruits like apple or pineapple for an added twist. Toffee Banana recipe served with vanilla ice cream makes for ...

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Taiwanese Style Gua Bao Recipe (Steamed Bao Buns With Sweet And Spicy Mushroom & Tofu Recipe)

Taiwanese Style Gua Bao Recipe (Steamed Bao Buns With Sweet And Spicy Mushroom & Tofu Recipe) is the very famous steamed folded bun that is stuffed with various succulent vegetables and meat. In this recipe, the bao is stuffed with the pickled cucumber, tomato and bell peppers and topped it up with honey glazed soya tofu and mushroom which makes it the best party appetizer for any occasion. Traditionally the bao is stuffed with pork belly that has been barbecued, which is traditionally ...

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