Authentic Recipes from the Kitchens of Shriya, Nithu & Arthi!

Vegetable Hakka Noodles

Posted by on Jun 11, 2013 in Indo-Chinese, Multi Cuisine | 0 comments

This is the simplest way of making Chinese style noodles. In this recipe I have added many veggies of different colors. The vibrant colors will make anyone to eat it. Since we are adding lots of veggies it is a healthy meal for kids too :). Time of Preparation : 20 minutes No of Servings 2 Spice level : 3 out of 5 Ingredients: Hakka Noodles – 1 packet / 200grams Oil – 3 tsp Onions – 1/2 cup (finely chopped) Garlic – 5 cloves (grated) Bell peppers (I have used 3 colors of bell peppers) – 1/2 cup each color (thinly sliced) Cabbage – 1 cup (thinly sliced) Carrot – 1 ( 1″ thinly sliced) Beans – 10 (1″ thinly sliced) Soy sauce – 2 tsp Green chilli sauce – 3 tsp (you can replace red chilli sauce...

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Restaurant Style Fried Rice

Posted by on May 26, 2013 in Indo-Chinese, Rice dishes, Slideshow | 3 comments

This is a simple recipe for making restaurant style Indo-Chinese Fried Rice. You can serve this dish with Gobi Manchurian or Veggie Manchurian or just ketchup. It is cooked with less ingredients and simple steps but the taste is unbelievable. Ginger, garlic and soy sauce plays the vital role in this recipe. Another important thing is rice. If the rice is hot, it will certainly break when you fry it in the hot wok or pan. So make sure you cool the rice before cooking. It is even better to cook well in advance to making the fried rice. You can add a pinch of MSG (ajinomoto) which is optional. I try to avoid it most of the times. Enjoy the homemade fried rice!! Preparation time: 40 minutes  Cooking time: 20 minutes No. of servings: 6 Spice level: 3 out...

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Indo-Chinese Vegetable Fried Rice

Posted by on Dec 5, 2011 in Indo-Chinese, Multi Cuisine | 6 comments

This recipe is from my sister’s kitchen. I wanted to try this recipe for a very long time and finally tried it and it came out so yummy. In my college days I was very addictive to Indo-chinese Cuisine. Hot and sour soup, Fried rice, Manchurian thees are my favorite dishes and I still love those yummy food. My sister makes so yummy and delicious Indo-chinese fried rice and Manchurian. I’ve always used to wonder how she make this recipe so perfect and Finally I’ve got the nerve to try it and it came out so good. If you are a Chinese, Indo-chinese food lover you should definitely try this recipe. Easy and  a comfort food. Preparation Time: 60 minutes No Of  Servings : 3-4 Spice Level : 2 out of 5 Ingredients: Vegetables : 1 cup(Carrots, Mushrooms, peas,...

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Stir Fried Noodles with Vegetables

Posted by on Jul 23, 2010 in Indo-Chinese, Featured, Best of ST | 25 comments

I love Stir Fried Noodles with lots of vegetables in it. Whenever I think of Stir Fried Noodles, it just reminds me of a Chinese fast food near my place. Their noodles and fried rice are the best. There are many versions of Stir Fried Noodles. My version contains a lot of veggies and it’s spicy. You can adjust according to your spice level. When I first tried it I just threw in some sauces, pepper flakes, vegetables, oil and noodles and it was so tasty. Next time I made sure I keep track of the right amount of ingredients and here is the recipe for you. Preparation time: 30 minutes No. of Servings: 3 to 4 Spice level:  3 out of 5 Ingredients: Stir fry sauce: Vegetable stock – 2/3 cup Soy Sauce – 4 tbsp Lime juice –...

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Chilli Paneer

Posted by on May 17, 2010 in Indo-Chinese, Veggie Entrees & Sides, Featured, Multi Cuisine, Best of ST, Paneer Recipes | 52 comments

Recently, I’ve become very fond of paneer. I am either making lot of paneer dishes or I am trying to clean up my refrigerator by cooking all the paneer bags sitting in my fridge Chilli Paneer is one of the popular Indian dish you will find in most of the Indo-chinese restaurants. In my college days whenver we go out for dinner I used to order this. It’s one of my favorite dish. Surprisingly, it is also one of the easy-and-quick dishes to whip up when you are short of time. Ingredients: Paneer cubes : 2 cups Oil : 2tbsp Garlic : 2 tbsp (finely chopped) Ginger : 1 tbsp (finely chopped) Green Chilies : 4 (finely chopped) Lime juice : 1 tbsp Coriander Powder : 2 tsp (optional) Onion :  1 (Medium and finely chopped) Corn flour :...

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Chinese Veggie Fried Rice

Posted by on Mar 4, 2008 in Indo-Chinese | 21 comments

My husband took me to a Chinese fast food in my place. There was very less options for vegetarians and I preferred vegetable fried rice. It tasted really good and I wanted to try it from then. Today I had to do something quick and easy for lunch and I tried this fried rice and it came out really well. My husband liked it and appreciated me. This is really good for health that it has a lot of vegetables in it. Ingredients: Cold cooked rice – 4 cups Any vegetables – 3 cups (options: carrot, frozen baby peas, Green onions, cabbage, bell pepper, broccoli, bean sprouts) minced garlic – 1 tsp Hot red pepper flakes – 1/2 tsp Hot sauce – 1 tbsp (adjust to taste) Soy sauce – 1 tbsp Sesame oil – 2 tsp Vegetable oil...

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Szechuan Fried Rice

Posted by on Nov 13, 2007 in Indo-Chinese | 1 comment

Preparation time: 45 mins No. of Servings: 4-5 Spice level: 3.5 out of 5 Ingredients oil-3tbsp Butter-1tbsp Cloves-2nos Bay leaves-1 no Basmati Rice -2 cups Carrot -1(washed , peeled and long cut) French Beans – 1/4 cup(long cut) Green peas -1/3cup(Frozen or already soaked peas) Mushroom-1/3 cup(washed and chopped or tinned mushroom )(optional) onion-1(sliced) Green onions -3 (chopped) Bell Pepper-1(de-seeded,cut into cube size) Green chillies-2 nos(chopped or sliced lenghtwise) Ginger and garlic paste-1tbsp Garlic-3 nos(finely chopped ) Red chili powder-1/2 tbsp Szechuan stir fry sauce-1tbsp cooking soy sauce-2 tbsp Red chili sauce-1 tbsp(according to your spice level) Ajinomoto -1/2 tbsp(optional) Tomato sauce -1tbsp Vinegar-1 tbsp Salt to taste Method of Preparation Gravy Boil the vegetables (carrot ,beans,green peas) with a little salt . Heat oil in a pan and add the sliced onions fry for few minutes , then...

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