Schezwan Noodles

Use some of that leftover homemade schezwan sauce to make Vegetarian Schezwan Noodles! This is an easy meal to make for busy days in 30 minutes or less especially when you have the sauce ready to go!

Remember I shared these paneer schezwan momos last week? Well, after making those momos I still had leftover schezwan sauce and I just had to make some noodles.

These schezwan noodles are easy, quick and have so...

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Chili Garlic Noodles

Chili Garlic Noodles with lots of garlic and a kick from the chili make the perfect weeknight dinner.

Serve them as such or pair with a stir-fry for a comforting meal! Vegan.

I can pretty much eat noodles everyday of my life and not get bored.

What about you guys? Do you guys share my love for...

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Chilli Paneer

Make restaurant style Chilli Paneer at home with this step by step recipe!

Paneer (Indian cottage cheese) is tossed in a flavorful spicy sauce made with soy sauce, chili sauce, vinegar!

Tastes great with fried rice or hakka noodles.

Indo-Chinese is a cuisine in itself and hugely popular back...

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Gobi Manchurian

Popular Indo-Chinese Dish, Gobi Manchurian has crispy cauliflower florets tossed in a spicy, sweet and tangy manchurian sauce.

Tastes great with hakka noodles or fried rice! Vegan.

Indians love their take on Chinese. That’s the only Chinese food most people in India know actually.

It’s far from authentic Chinese food, I can tell you...

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Vegetable Hakka Noodles

Street style Vegetable Hakka Noodles make a great weeknight meal!

These are great on their own or serve along with chili paneer or gobi manchurian for an Indo-Chinese dinner!

My perception of Chinese food was very different when I was a kid. Almost similar to the perception of Indian food in the western world, quite far from reality. You get the drift, right? Anything with soy sauce and vinegar added to it would be considered...

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Schezwan Fried Rice

Quick and easy Schezwan Fried Rice is flavored with spicy homemade schezwan sauce. Vegan and gluten-free!

Sarvesh takes his lunch box to office these days. I know, you must be wondering so what’s so special about it. Well for someone who never took lunch to work for years, it is indeed quite special and challenging. The challenging part is for me! I don’t have kids and my husband never took lunch to work, so how would have I ever known how challenging this...

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Indo Chinese Fried Rice

Indo Chinese Fried Rice – veggie fried rice tossed with carrot, peas, pepper, soy sauce and vinegar. A perfect accompaniment to your indo chinese meals!

So I  injured my knee again. I can’t tell you guys how frustrated I feel right now. I think my exercise routine is totally jinxed, the moment I start getting into a routine, something happens and then again I can’t get back on track for months! As it is I am finding it quite difficult to workout for months now. The reason is that I...

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Baby Corn Manchurian

    The Indian version of Chinese is so popular in India that over the years people have safely assumed that this is how Chinese food is supposed to taste and look. I can say this with confidence that no Indian will relish authentic Chinese food, it’s just too bland for our taste.The Indian Chinese cuisine or Indo Chinese like it is popularly known is said to have been developed by a small Chinese community living in the city of Kolkatta in eastern India. Today the cuisine...

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