Veg. Fried Dimsum are another all time favorite street snack recipe apart from steamed momos and tandoori momos. So yummy to eat and very easy to make! Steamed vegetable momos are a popular and most favorite recipe from Tibetan and Nepali cuisine but now are a popular street food in India as well. Apart from steamed momos fried and tandoori momos are two other variations that everyone relishes eating.
Chinese food preparation has paid attention to aesthetic appearance. To have a bright, pleased and harmonious color is one of the main principles when cooking dishes.
To achieve this, add two or three ingredients with different colors are added as decoration to complement the main ingredient. Thus, it is not only the taste of the dishes that makes you amazed but also its aesthetic value.
Regarded as the soul of the Chinese dish, taste can be divided into five classes – sweet, sour, bitter, hot and salty. Seasoning such as soy sauce, sugar, vinegar and salt in proper amount and in different sequences, contribute to the taste of the dish. In the vast land of China, there are eating habits of ‘South-Sweet, North-Salty, East-Hot and West-Sour’ according to the different tastes of the people.