The Chinese immigrant community in India became more prominent in the late 18th century with arrivals working at the ports in Calcutta and went on to contribute to the social and economic life of Calcutta through manufacturing and trade of leather products and running Chinese restaurants. Today, there are about Protected content living in the Chinatowns of Calcutta and it has given rise to its very unique style of Chinese food - the Indo-Chinese. From Hakka noodles, Burnt Garlic Fried Rice to Chilli Fish, Indo-Chinese is the perfect fusion of Indian and Chinese styles of cooking.
Join me for a taste of this Indo-Chinese cuisine, specifically from my hometown of Calcutta, India :-)
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