Schezwan Paneer Momos

Momo’s are a steamed dumpling, its origin is Tibet/ Nepali region. It has become a very popular street food across India. I LOVE momo’s they are like little steamed pockets of happiness. Holy moly these Schezwan Paneer Momos were a family favorite. I wasn’t expecting that because my family is not very big on dumplings or Chinese cuisine. My fil LOVED these and he is … Continue reading Schezwan Paneer Momos

Cheesy Schezwan Pull Apart Bread

It’s no secret that I love schezwan sauce, I legit have like 4 recipes using this sauce. This pull apart bread is a cross between Italian and Indo-Chinese, its spicy and cheesy the best of both worlds! I make my own schezwan sauce and have it in the fridge but if you don’t have the time you can certainly use store bought or even the … Continue reading Cheesy Schezwan Pull Apart Bread

Schezwan Garlic Noodles

Jump to recipe… You all asked for Indo-chinese street food, so here we are! There are million and one recipes for hakka noodle floating on the internet, so I thought I would do something a little different. This is actually one of favorites to order at restaurants, because how simple it is. These schezwan garlic noodles are so good and quick to make, especially if … Continue reading Schezwan Garlic Noodles

Schezwan Vegetable Frankie

Jump to recipe… A “Frankie” is a popular street food in Mumbai. Frankies are wraps filled with a vegetable potato mixture, topped with cheese and different chutneys. They are a quick and filling meal great for both kids and adults alike. This dish is one of my go-to meals when I can’t think of what to make for dinner – it is easy to make … Continue reading Schezwan Vegetable Frankie