Manchurian Dry is a popular Indo-Chinese dish that consists of crispy and flavorful vegetable or paneer (cottage cheese) balls tossed in a tangy and spicy sauce. The vegetable or paneer balls are made by combining finely chopped vegetables or paneer with spices, flour, and cornstarch, which are then shaped into balls and deep-fried until crispy. The sauce is prepared by sautéing onions, garlic, and ginger, and then adding soy sauce, vinegar, chili sauce, and other seasonings. The fried balls are then added to the sauce and stir-fried until coated evenly. Manchurian Dry is known for its crunchy texture and bold flavors, making it a popular appetizer or side dish in Indo-Chinese cuisine.