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Wednesday, 4 November 2009

Gobi Manchurian

Hi friends, Today i am going to post the recipe for Gopi Manchurian. I was requested by Mrs Arthi Vijay. A busy mom who really started to explore cooking to impress her 1 and half year old kid. Its so nice to see people contacting me, and asking for more n more different recipe. I really feel happy for it...well, coming back to this gobi manchurian - I have made it bit dry to suit my day. You could always make more gravy. Well, an extra water would do all the magic. So here is the recipe just for you....

Ingredients :

Cauliflower - 1/2 ( Broken into small florets)
Big Onion - 1 ( Chopped lenth wise)
Green Chilly -2 ( chopped lengthwise)
Garlic - 2 ( Chopped into small pieces)
Ginger - small piece chopped finely
Chilly powder - 1/2 tsp ( Optional , You can add it if you wish it to be bit more spicy)
Salt - To taste
Oil - To fry
Corn flour water - ( 1 tsp of cornflour mixed with 1/2 cup water, if you need more gravy, then mix more accordingly)
Lime Juice - 2 - 5 drops
Soya Sauce - 1/2 tsp
Ajinomoto - a pinch
Pepper - 1/2 tsp
Plain flour - 5 tsp
Cornflour - 6 -7 tsp
Red food Colouring - 2 pinch

Preparation :

* First cut the cauliflower into small pieces.
* Then put it in a vessel, add water and pinch of salt and cook it for 5 - 7 mins.
* Drain the water, allow it to cool.
* Then take a vessel add the plain flour, cornflour, pepper and salt, mix everything together and make it into a paste adding some water. Then add the cauliflowers in it and mix well, making sure you geenrously coat cauliflower with the mixture.
* keep it aside.
Now take a heavy bottomed pan/kadai, then add oil, add the chopped garlic and ginger pieces and fry it.
* Then add the onion and fry till golden brown.
* Now add the green chillies and fry for few mins.

* Then add the chilly powder ( optional)
* Add soya sauce, ajinomoto and cook for few more mins.
* Then add the cornflour water, and salt and cook until the mixture is thick. If you want more gravy, then add more water to it.

* Now add the food coloruing. Mix well keep it aside.
* Finally deep fry the cauliflower, and add it to the prepared mixture . ( I prefer frying the caulifower finally and adding it , just to retain its crispness)

* Then finally squeece some lime juice , and serve hot.....

Your Yummy, spicy Gobi Manchurian is ready to be served, Enjoy...

23 comments:

  1. I love love gobi manchurian, and this just looks so droolie dleicous.

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  2. Delicious and mouthwatering manchurian....

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  3. Delicious cauliflower..if you didn't say it's cauliflower, I would probably think it's a sweet and sour pork.

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  4. Hmm, yes Tina , i too really loved the taste. Thanks for commenting.

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  5. Hey, happy cook, thank you so much yaar.......

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  6. Very beautiful presented..too yummy and utterly irresistible..a great combination with my recent post Coconut Rice Lavanya:D

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  7. Oh I'm so hungry! I want to eat your Indian food so badly! It looks great.

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  8. hi lavanya...thanks for considering my req.....its very tempting...i'll try this out and come back soon....

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  9. Hey, Balakrishna Saraswathy, thanks for your wonderful comments. Yeap, it is a best combination for mixed rice, like coconut rice, ghee rice, pulao, etc

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  10. Hi Arthyvijay, its my pleasure ya. Hope i was of little bit help for you.

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  11. Hey, Sook, welcome to Spice-india. Very happy to hear that you wanted to taste it. Its so simple to make, do have a try. Once again thanks for your visit, and do come back again

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  12. oops, clicked email instead of comment :):):)

    cauliflower manchurian looks absolutely perfect; nice instructions, looks very appetizing!!

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  13. Love Gobi manchurian. Nice click and great recipe dear.

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  14. WOw, I love gobi manchurian...your picture looks too good, very inviting...like ur step by step instructions, dear.

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  15. me back again...this dish came out very well...my kid likes it soo much...he just ate all the pieces and left the rice :-)



    another routine dish in my cooking list...



    once again thank u lavanya....

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  16. Delicious recipe with excellent click!!

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  17. Thats ok Akal, happy to read your mail too.

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  18. Thanks Malar Gandhi, Very happy to read your comments. Do keep visiting www.spice-india.com

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  19. Thanks Shahana....Thanks for visiting spice-india and do come back and leave your wonderful comments.

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  20. Hii Arthyvijay, Nice to see you back wtih great feedback dear. Very happy to know that you liked and specially your little prince liked it. It really made me happy and very glad i was of help. Do keep visiting spice-india and keep gvivng your wonderful feedback.

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  21. Hi Lavanya..
    Ur Blog is very much helpful for me thank you very much... If i need to try any thing new and tasty food then i rem ur blog only.. all ur recipes are really good.. i have tried most of it.. its really good... This helps me a lot.. my hubby is also eating some good food nowadays... :) :) :)... Romba Nandri... Regards Suji...

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