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These noodles are tossed in savory, sweet minced pork and mushroom, Chinese cabbage, beansprouts, beef balls, topped with fried shallots and spring onion. Personally love to add chilli mixture, don't put so much if you cannot stand the heat. Oh, so yummy!
This dish usually sold at street hawker vendor nearby my home in Jakarta. It's usually served with small green chilli on the side (beware it's spicy), also with other kinds of fritters all together. Cooking ourselves is healthier version of anything you get at the street vendor (better oil and ingredients used, although it's still deep fried, please use moderately)
In New York City’s Lower East Side, there used to be two blocks of excellent Indian restaurants on East 6th Street. Over time, a number of these restaurants closed. Gandhi was a favorite. The menu featured Chana Masala. Their version tasted so authentic, I felt compelled to ask a waiter for the recipe. This easy side dish is greatly appreciated by my friends who love Indian food, and those few who don’t.