Manchuria meets Indo-China with a story.

Manchuria meets Indo-China with a story. 

This is a simplified version of Manchurian cauliflower. It is oven – baked and seasoned Indo – Chinese style. 

A dear relative of mine, sitting in his living room brought me to an exciting journey. A journey full of stories describing conflicts such as the Great War, League of Nations and the United Nations. 

In flushing, New York, enjoying pure poetry with a cup of tea is where the story of Manchuria comes alive.  

For many of us, it could be difficult to understand the conflicts during WWI and WWII. The aggression from Japan to Manchuria was vivid in my great – grandfather’s eyes. It was the Chinese uprising in the 1900, which was put down through the combined forces of eight countries.

As a slave, though Manchuria, was where my great -grandfather escape from the USSR.

In America, in the 21 century my combined forces are the spices within this recipe. I am wondering how the Manchu government will welcome my recipe with the balance of Chinese and western spices, among some… ginger, jalapenos and molasses. 

Ura moi druz’ya ~ Enjoy my friends.

7 Replies to “Manchuria meets Indo-China with a story.”

  1. I want to make this. We visited the Great Wall recently. The history is fascinating and your Great Grand Father’s experience makes it more relevant to me.

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