Soy Manchurian

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Indo -chinese food has seen the fastest evolution in the last few decades, here. What exactly is Indo – chinese ?? Simply put, Indianized chinese food. When i say Indianized, it denotes spicier and more adapted to the Indian palate of sauteed and fried, rather than steamed or continental. 😀

Indo -chinese cuisine have said to be born by a small Chinese community in Kolkata, India. Kolkata boasts of the only Chinatown in India. Click here for more information.

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Indo – chinese food has become an integral part of the Indian food scene.

Presenting here today is Soy Manchurian, with a general splash of colorful bell peppers and rich in protein, soy nuggets.

soy manchurian

Here’s what i did……………

INGREDIENTS

1 cup – soy nuggets

1 cup – mix of bell peppers, chopped in squares

1 nos – green chili

1 nos – large…

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