5 Indo-Chinese Mushroom Recipes For A Mid-Week Indulgence

The Chinese food we know and love is only available in India, isn’t that surprising?! Indians have incorporated authentic Chinese flavours with desi spices, giving a new and unique cuisine that is local to our country. Known as Indo-Chinese, this special cuisine houses some of our favourite dishes like chilli paneer, momos and spring roll. This tantalising cuisine is so loved by foodies that now it is easily available in every restaurant. Our love for this cuisine has made us find some new exciting recipes that shall become your go-to. For mushroom lovers, here we have five delicious Indo-Chinese recipes that you must try!

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5 Indo-Chinese Mushroom Recipes You Must Try:

1. Mushroom Noodles

If you are a fan of Hakka noodles and chow mein, then you should definitely try mushroom noodles. With button mushrooms, spring onions, soy sauce, spice and noodles, you’ll get a delicious Indo-Chinese noodles recipe that will not only impress your family but will make them fight for a third serving!

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2. Mushroom Manchurian

This dish is exactly as it sounds. Manchurians made of mushrooms are bathed in the classic hot and spicy Indo-Chinese flavours. So, if you are a fan of mushrooms, then this should definitely be a part of your recipe book. Spend the weekend eating mushroom Manchurian and fried rice that will satisfy your Chinese cravings.

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3. Mushroom Fried Rice

A splendid take on veg fried rice, you can prepare the delicious mushroom garlic fried rice for a lazy meal too. You may use leftover rice to make this scrumptious dish. Chunky mushroom bits cooked with rice, vinegar, soy sauce and chilli sauce, this eclectic recipe is a show-stealer across every spread.

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4. Chilli Mushroom

Mushroom gets a spicy and crispy makeover with this classic Indo-Chinese recipe. The mushrooms are coated in batter and fried to crisp, then it is bathed in a tantalising gravy doused with green chillies.

Click here for the full recipe for Chilli Mushroom.

5. Mushroom in Hot Garlic Sauce

Another hot and spicy Indo-Chinese curry, the mushrooms are tossed with onions and red peppers and cooked in an aromatic garlicky gravy. This recipe is super easy to make and requires no frying, you only have to stir fry all the ingredients together.

Click here for the full recipe of Mushroom in Hot Garlic Sauce.

Try out these recipes and let us know in the comments section which one is your favourite!

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