Curry meets kung poa

Check out this story: India and China meet on the plate
Dishes created by Chinese people living in India are spicier than the Chinese food familiar to most Americans. The flavorful cuisine, known as Indian-Chinese, combines classic Indian ingredients such as garam masala, cilantro and tamarind with Chinese ingredients such as soy sauce, ginger and garlic. National Public Radio . Then, go sample some Indo-Chinese food at Cuisine of India  in Parma Heights (Cleveland Ethnic Eats, 8th edition,  page 60). Piece includes recipes and you can find all the ingedients required at the Asian and Indian markets listed in the book.



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2 responses to “Curry meets kung poa

  1. First of all I liked the title of this article very much – Curry Meets kung Poa.
    And Yes, The Indian-Chinese cuisine is the perfect amalgamation of two varied cultures with beautiful and vibrant results. No wonder people go crazy over this cuisine type.

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