After our own Indian food, the Chinese cuisine is the cuisine we have embraced the most. Chilli chicken, dim sum, spring rolls, and chowmein are just a few examples. How we have cherished our platefuls of these mind-numbing treats from the neighbouring country, these cherished Chinese delicacies from one of China's six major culinary regional cuisines: Cantonese, Hunan, Hakka, Mandarin, Sichuan, and Zhejiang. Chinese gravies go well with noodles and fried rice. Any meal is incomplete without smokey gravies loaded with veggies and meat. Aside from basic vegetables, baby corn, bok choy, snow peas, Chinese eggplant, Chinese broccoli, and straw mushrooms are some of the more unique vegetables used in Chinese cuisine. Bean sprouts, pea vine tips, watercress, lotus roots, chestnuts, water chestnuts, and bamboo shoots are among the other vegetables used in Chinese cuisine.

Here are some Chinese gravies you can have with noodles for dinner-

Vegetables In Hot Garlic Sauce

Vegetables in Hot Garlic Sauce is a tasty vegetarian gravy made in the Chinese style. It's the main course dish that goes nicely with fried rice or stir-fried noodles. If you're craving Asian cuisine, this is the best dish to have. The tone and flavours of the vegetables in the hot garlic sauce are influenced by Indian-Chinese fusion cuisine, with garlic and red chilli serving as the main flavour components.

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Shanghai Chicken

Shanghai Chicken is a quick and easy Chinese stir fry made with small chicken thigh bites. The chicken is coated in an intensely flavorful and slightly sticky dark sauce after being tossed with garlic, ginger, and spring onions. Serve with white rice, noodles and green vegetables on the side to lap up the delicious sauce.

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Exotic vegetables In Chilli Basil Sauce

Exotic vegetables are a group of vegetables grown commercially in India, such as zucchini, broccoli, red, yellow bell pepper, mushroom, Chinese cabbage, red cabbage, asparagus, cherry tomato, parsley, celery, bok choy, baby corn, and others. These vegetables are cooked in a sauce made with garlic and basil. The gravy has a herbal and organic flavour that pairs well with noodles.


Sichuan Chicken

Szechuan chicken, also known as Sichuan chicken, Mala Chicken, or Laziji, is a delicately spiced stir-fried chicken dish that is typically served dry rather than sauce and characterised by the use of Szechuan peppercorns and a large amount of dried red chillies. It's a tremendously popular meal that comes from Chongqing (in Southwest China). The chicken is frequently deep-fried, and the dried chiles in the dish frequently outnumber the chicken.

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Vegetables In Black Bean Sauce

While the majority of stir-fry meals in Chinese cuisine are not vegetarian, this is an exception. Vegetable or vegan stir fry is unique not only in appearance but also in flavour. The combination of sauces creates a delightful flavour, and the vegetables added to the dish keep you healthy. Another appealing feature of this dish is that you can use as many vegetables as you want without having to fry them. These veggies are cooked in black bean sauce that gives a strong flavour of soy sauce.