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Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Gobhi Manchurian

Time for Blog Hop Wednesday, event by Radhika @ Tickling Palates. Today I am paired with Divya V. She has a wonderful space. I picked up Gobhi Manchurian from her blog as this is the season of cauliflower. It came out very delicious and we enjoyed having it.




Ingredients
Cauliflower florets       2 cups
Chilli Sauce                 1 tsp
All Purpose Flour       1 cups
Cornflour                    2 Tbsp
Soya Sauce                 2 tsp
Tomato Ketchup         2 tsp 
Capsicum                   1 (chopped)
Spring Onion             1/2 cup
Oil                              For deep frying +1 Tbsp
Ginger garlic paste   1 tsp
Green chilli paste         1 tsp                              




Method
* Cook cauliflower florets in hot water for five minutes. Strain and keep aside.
* Combine all purpose flour, cornflour, ginger garlic , chilli paste , 1/4 tsp soya sauce, a pinch of salt and water to  prepare a batter of medium consistency.
* Heat sufficient oil in a deep bottom pan.
* Dip the florets in the batter and deep fry till golden brown in color. Keep aside.
* Heat one Tbsp oil in a pan. Add ginger garlic paste and chopped onions(white part). Saute for two minutes. Then add chopped capsicums. Cooks for another 3 to 4 minutes.
* Add soya sauce, chilli sauce and tomato ketchup. Mix well.
Add Gobhi chunks and mix. Switch off the fire.
Garnish with spring onions(green part) and serve. 




34 comments:

  1. wow very tempting and wonderful manchurian !!

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  2. Uuhhh.. Yummy tasty looking munchurian.! love ur click Dee

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  3. Wow.gobhi manchurian looks yummy and perfect...

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  4. very tempting and delicious Gobi manchurian..


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  5. Ooooo! I love chinese and I love Gobhi too.. so its like a mouth-watering combo for me. And on top of that it looks so yumm.. Just one question: can you please parcel some of that here?

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  6. It looks just so tempting...perfect color, such flavorful ingredients, wow wow!!

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  7. wow love this always,luks so tempting n colourful...

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  8. Drooling over the plate:-)Yummilicious,Deeksha !!

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  9. Thanks guys for the nice words.

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  10. Wow deeksha, that looks absolutely delectable..! I loved it..!

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  11. Blog hopped my way here deeksha.. gobi looks super yum :)following u now !do drop by my space sometime :)

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  12. The platter looks so delicious and saucy crying out to pick it up Dee.

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  13. Can I have some pls :D?Looks awesome!

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  14. Looks appetizing dear n my fav too...

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  15. Dee after seeing your message I updated my Coriander chicken recipe with vegetarian options.. Pls check it out and let me know when u try some.. :o)

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  16. Looks yum! One of my fav with mixed fried rice!

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  17. The manchurian looks really appetising. Nice blog Deeksha

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  18. Very tempting gobi manchurian,looks so yummy n mouthwatering presentation too....

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  19. Munchurian looks finger-licking good! Wish I could have some for dinner tonight!

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  20. looks so mouthwatering..I definitely must try this one!

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  21. Great recipe.Thanks for sharing such a yummy one with us.

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  22. Nice one. I too have the same to post.

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  23. Just looks awesome......very nice pics..... yum n delicious!

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  24. Looks so saucy and yummy. Happy to follow ur lovely blog..

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  25. I made this and it came out really nice. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Deeksha, recipe search can be made a lot more easier if you have a recipe index or if you can move your archives to the top :)

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  26. I love cooking Gobi manchurain and seeing your post, I guess I will cooking it tomorrow ...yummy :)

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