Indo – Chinese food is the flavor of the season everywhere in India. Every street, every corner serves some amazing Indo – Chinese food. From street food to fine dinning, Indo – Chinese food had captured the food industry withing a short span of time. Original Chinese food is healthy, with mild flavors, where as the Indian version is firey, saucy and very much unhealthy. But with such a riot of flavors, who cares for health…haha!
I always look out for easy snack option to make during weekends. My kid is a huge fan of street food specially when it comes to Chinese. Though i don’t rely much on outside food, hence try to replicate the same at home, so that my son enjoys it the same way as he does outside. My family is very stereotype when it comes to ordering Chinese food. All they want it Fried Rice, Noodles and Manchurian. They never want to explore beyond this…hehe! My son is crazy for dry and crispy manchurian. Every time we eat somewhere outside, he just goes ga ga over it.
Mix vegetable fritters sauteed in sauces with a firey red color and a crunchy texture is all about Dry Crispy Manchurian. Manchurian is either dry or with gravy so the basic method of cooking remains the same, it’s only the sauce and it’s consistency that makes a difference. The use of cornflour keeps the fritters crisp for a longer time and don’t let them turn soggy after going with the sauce.
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