Vegetable Manchurian is an Indo-Chinese food which is made of different vegetable steamed formed into flour dumplings that are deep fried and cooked in a spicy sauce. Veg Manchurian in Harris Park, Australia served at Taj Indian sweets and Restaurant in Australia uses very simple yet flavourful ingredients that involve a bit of chopping and preparation but the final dish is well worth the effort when we serve it.
The Schezwan Noodles, as the name suggests, is an authentic Chinese preparation of Hakka noodles in Harris Park which is sautéed with veggies and different pungent sauces. At Taj Indian sweets and Restaurant, Australia we believe in making of the schezwan noodles in Harris Park, with veggies like celery, carrot, capsicum and cabbage it will taste much better when prepared, which are typically used in Indian cooking. Crunchy and long bean sprouts are also necessary to upgrade the authenticity of this dish.
Mix Veg Curry is prepared by cooking a mixture of different vegetables all together in a traditional Indian onion-tomato gravy. Mix Veg curry in Harris park offered at Taj Indian sweets and restaurant, Sydney, Australia is characterized by multiple flavors due to many vegetables which makes it quite nutritious. It is easy to make and tastes great with plain rice, hot Chapatis or Parathas. Mix Veg curry in Australia is a tangy, and spicy potato curry and served best at Taj Indian sweets and restaurant, Harris Park. This sizzling plate of hot puris teamed with mouthwatering bhaji, just the thought is enough to get your taste buds to go wild.
Chilli Paneer is the one of the most popular appetizer recipes, which act both as a starter and also a meal. Chilli cheese in Harris park at Taj Indian sweets and restaurant, Australia is baked with love from fresh paneer (soft cheese), bell peppers, green chilies and other spices to give it a nice yummy taste. The paneer cubes are coated with batter and then deep fried. These fried paneer cubes are stir fried with vegetables like capsicum, and onions along with a Chinese sauces.