A bowl of chilli chicken and chowmein can make anyone slurp at any time of the day! There is hardly any person in India who doesn’t like Chinese food; not the authentic Chinese, but our very own ‘desi’ version of it. Popular as Indo-Chinese cuisine among all, it is a fusion of the cooking techniques of two countries. This distinct cuisine evolved while keeping the Indian palate and sensibilities in mind. Hence, we can witness the inclusion of paneer, soya chunks etc in this cuisine. Alongside, almost every Indo-Chinese food tends to have the flavours of cumin, coriander, turmeric and other Indian spices, making to relatable to us.
Hence, it won’t be an exaggeration to say that today this cuisine makes an indispensable part of our food habit (after the traditional Indian dishes). Indo-Chinese food is widely available in every part of the country – from street-side stalls to the finest of the restaurants around. These recipes can also be easily whipped up at home with some easily available ingredients in the kitchen pantry.
We found you a unique veg lollipop recipe that can be considered as the perfect vegetarian version of much-popular appetiser dish- chicken lollipop. The recipe has been shared by YouTuber Alpa Modi on her YouTube channel ‘Something’s Cooking With Alpa’. Let’s take a look!
Watch: Here’s The Recipe Video For Veg Lollipop:
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Veg lollipop tastes delicious and can be easily prepared at home. The vegetables you need to prepare this lollipop are boiled potatoes, cabbage, carrot, capsicum, spring onion, green chillies and ginger-garlic paste. As per Alpa, you must grate the potatoes, cabbage and carrot to avoid lump-like texture in the dish.
So, if you are planning to cook something delicious and spicy to beat the weekday blues, you just know what to do. And do not forget to let us know how you like it!
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