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Top 5 Street Style Chinese Starters

Top 5 Street Style Chinese Starters
Top 5 Street Style Chinese Starters

Indo Chinese food is an all-time favourite for many, but the fan following of this fabulous street style fusion food is at its peak during the monsoons. We are sure you will agree that a plate of hot paneer chilli or crisp chicken lollipops work brilliantly to brighten up gloomy rainy days. Here are 5 simple recipes to help you make some these popular indo Chinese starters at home and make the most of days when it’s raining cats and dogs outside! 

Top 5 Street Style Chinese Starters

Veg Crispy

 This one is another creation of an Indo Chinese kitchen. A choice of mixed vegetables ranging from babycorn, capsicum, cauliflower, mushrooms and carrots to anything you want to eat are batter fried and then tossed in a sweet spicy sauce with the flavour of ginger and garlic. It is a perfect starter for any party or gathering because there is something in it for everybody.

Chicken Lollipop

Who doesn’t love a good Chicken Lollypop? Crisp on the outside, juicy and succulent on the inside – this recipe will give you the best results. Also, these delicious lollypops are baked instead of deep fried so you can eat them guilt free!

Top 5 Street Style Chinese Starters

Paneer Chilli

This paneer chilli recipe is a Indo Chinese style stir fry of deep fried cottage cheese cubes withbell peppers, chillies, onion, garlic and Chinese sauces. You can turn this starter into a main course by thickening the gravy base with corn starch slurry.

Kung Pao Potatoes

A colourful mix of bell peppers and crisp potato wedges tossed with sweet and spicy Chinese sauces. What make this recipe stand out are the roasted peanuts that add a fabulous nutty crunch in each mouthful. It is an all-time hit.

Dry Vegetable Manchurian

This recipe is like flavourful Chinese style mixed vegetable pakoras tossed in a spicy garlic-soy based sauce. Simple, but super delicious and addictive. You can make Manchurian with any of your favourite vegetables; they also taste great when made with mushrooms or paneer. Try it out!

Top 5 Street Style Chinese Starters
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