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Gobi Manchurian



Gobi Manchurian is a wonderful appetizer and a great side dish for fried rice and is immensely popular Indo Chinese dish.This fusion food is a flavorful and delicious starter and one of my favorite.I made this dry to suit my taste,but can make it with gravy by adding vegetable stock.Try this you will surely love it.



Ingredients
Cauliflower florets- 4 cups
corn flour- 1/3 cup
Maida- 3 tsp
salt to taste
pepper powder- 3/4 tsp
oil

For the sauce
Onion - 1 small
Spring onions chopped - a hand full

 Garlic cloves- 3-4
Ginger chopped- 1 tsp
Tomato sauce- 1/3 cup
Soya sauce- 2 tbs

sugar- 1 tsp
Chilly sauce- 1 tbs

 Vegetable stock/water- 1/3 cup
Corn starch- 1 tsp
oil
 


Mix flour, corn flour, pepper powder and salt with water to form a batter( thinner than dosa batter). Dip the florets into this and deep fry them till crispy and set aside.

Heat oil in a pan and add ginger and garlic and fry till there is a nice aroma. Add onion and saute till it changes color. Now add soya sauce, tomato sauce,chilly sauce and sugar and mix well. Mix in corn starch with water or stock and let  this come to a boil and thicken. Now add the fried cauliflower florets,spring onion and coat well and stir till it is almost dry. 



Try this..
Hope you will all enjoy..

Comments

  1. ohhh...droooooling here...perfect n tempting..

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  2. Looks so yummy, picture looks very crisp.

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  3. Colorful tempting Manchurian there Suja.Though am not much into sauces,I loved the dish.classic presentation!

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  4. Wonderful recipe.. I have always made the gravy with chilli-garlic sauce.. this one i can try even if i run out of tht sauce.. Looks great.. nice colors..
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  5. suja this is one of my favs.. yummy clicks!! really mouth watering!!

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  6. looks like restaurant presentation..awesome!!good to follow you..

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  7. mouthwatering manchurian...always order them when we eat out...great snap!

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  8. Yummy and colorful recipe.It looks wonderful.
    cheers

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  9. Colorful tempting.....mouthwatering manchurian..

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  10. Yummy gobi manchurian..Really tempting click..

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  11. My favorite - looks so good! Also couple of things waiting on my blog for you to pick up dear - do stop by ... Congrats:)

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  12. Love Indo chinese food and that looks so tempting and delicious..thanx for sharing the recipe..

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  13. Lipsmacking gobi manchurians, sooooo tempting!

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  14. manchurian looks perfect dear..this is my hubbys fav

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  15. Mouth watering and a droolworthy manchurian!

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  16. gobi manuchrian looks delicious. nice recipe.

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  17. wow thats delicious and soooo colouful and tempting

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  18. Great clicks and a great gobi manchurian :-)...

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  19. Finger licking dish.Sure, will try ur recipe next time dear..

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  20. Ohhhh I'm drolling here...What a tempting looking gobhi manchurian. Will take a note of your sauce version

    Deepa
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  21. Manchurian looks very colorful & inviting...

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  22. A classic n everyone's fav..love it anytime!!


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  23. thomas says this dish tastes like mock meat and he likes it. my version uses capsicum. would want to try this out...looks and reads delicious!

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  24. My fav..now craving for some seeing ur click

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  25. This is my all-time fave appetiser..Looks yummy

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  26. Looks really mouthwatering,I love this anytime!

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  27. wow looks so yum ...simply mouthwatering :)

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  28. Beautiful color and it is making me hungry..

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  29. adipoli ayittundu........ aashamsakal........

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  30. First time here, nice space, happy following you
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  31. Beautiful photos and delicious recipe .. greetings MARIMI

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  32. these gobi manchurian looks yummy,,,very tempting,,

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  33. Thanks all for stopping by and the sweet comments:)

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  34. Suja,the gobi has such an appetizing color and sounds and looks so scrummy and the presentation too stands out,no wonder I can't help but look greedily at this dish :)

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  35. looking yummy and delicious ......

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  36. looks delicious and very tempting dear :)

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  37. This is my all-time fav dish. Thanks for sharing.

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