Fresh green chili peppers and ripe red tomatoes make this curry just right for the summer time.
Another star of the Indian Chinese cuisine. “Gobi” is Cauliflower & “Manchurian” is a tangy spicy sauce with Chinese inspired flavors. This spicy, slightly crunchy “pick me ups” are perfect appetizers or may even be served as a side dish.
Cooked with fragrant spices used in Indian pickles, Achaari Murg is one of the most delectable of all North Indian dishes. (Achaar=Pickles, Murg/Murgh=Chicken). A chicken curry with a heart beat, the kind that will liven your spirits up!
Hakka Noodles belongs to the Indo-Chinese cuisine; an immensely popular and widespread cuisine in India tho’ it bears no resemblance to actual traditional Hakka or to any Chinese dishes. Noodles here are quickly stir fried with a spicy “Indian Chinese” flavored sauce and crunchy vegetables.
This is a continuation of the saga of the Aloo Vadas/Fried Potato Dumplings. I will not write much today except for a little note on the evolution of this dish.