|Place of origin||India|
|Region or state||Northeast India|
Chinese bhel usually consists of deep fried noodles, finely chopped onions, shredded cabbage, sliced green pepper and carrots, soy, tomato and red chili sauce, salt and black pepper powder, ajinomoto and garlic paste in varying quantities.
The Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) has issued strict orders to not let hawkers sell fried foodstuffs on pavements and Chinese food outside schools. The Congress party had recently demanded that the MCGM ban the sale of Chinese street food due to fears related to its use of monosodium glutamate.[dubious ]
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- Chinese Bhel recipe by Sanjeev Kapoor
- Chinese Bhel recipe by Tarla Dalal
- Chinese Bhel recipe by Khana Khazana
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