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May 27, 2008

Gobi manchurian recipe- indo chinese recipes

gobi manchurian This indo chinese cuisine is an all time favourite at my home. This can be just had as a snack/starter or as a side dish with rotis, though I never tried making it at home. I actually wanted to make manchurian with baby corn, but somehow never found time for that. So today when I wanted to try something different with cauliflower, I thought of making this. Here's the recipe for this.

Ingredients-
Cauliflower- medium sized-1 Cut into florets
Spring onion- A bunch chopped finely
Garlic- 1clove chopped fine
Ginger- a small piece chopped fine
Green chilly- 1 chopped fine
Cornflour- 1tbspn
Maida- 2tbspn
Soya sauce- 1tbspn
Tomato sauce- 1tbspn
Salt to taste
Ajinomoto- 1 tspn
oil for deep frying.

Method-
Make a thick paste with cornflour and maida adding a little salt. Dip the florets in the paste and deep fry them. Heat little oil in a pan. Add the ginger, green chillies, garlic , spring onion and saute for sometime. Then add soya sauce and tomato sauce and stir for sometime. Add the fried florets and ajinomoto and mix well. Serve hot.

22 comments:

Laavanya said...

I'm a big Gobi Manchurian fan.. looks great Sowmya.

Uma said...

lovely recipe, Sowmya! looks so delicious. To be frank, I never made gobi manchurian, but tasted it. YOur picture is making me try it.

Hetal said...

Lovely..mouth watering,yesterday only I was feeling like having Manchurian.Love it!!

Sangeeth said...

i do the same way...luv gobi...nice recipe :)

Divya said...

Hi sowmya..gobi manchurian looks lovely..and the recipe sounds quite easy too..got to try it out!!

Happy cook said...

Yumm yumm I love Gobi manchurian.
They are always so delicious, your look so good.
Send it to Manasi Desai for her event, just tell her give as a starter :-)

notyet100 said...

have everything at home,.guess will make tomorrow,..thks for sharing..

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

Hi sowmya...
This is my fav. Look so mouthwatering. Love to have them with fried rice. YUM! perfect pic..

Cham said...

Yum yum, all time favo this manchurian, looks great ur gobi

Sagari said...

delecious manchurian sowmya

ranji said...

delcious!!reallllllllllly good..love this always!!!

KayKat said...

Sounds delicious!

We usually go for a baked version instead - lighter, but the flavours are still preserved.

Mythreyee said...

Looks fantastic.

Jayashree said...

Looks absolutely delish.....

Bhags said...

my fav banglorean dish

Madhavi said...

I love gobi manchurian, looks awesome and mouth-watering!!!

Swati Raman Garg said...

i love love love manchurians and urs have d perfect color...

Asha said...

Love the color of this dish, never tried it at home!:)

sireesha said...

Hi, visiting ur blog first time.U have nice and lovely blog.I love gobi manchurian very much..It looks yummy...

Kalai said...

My husband loves this!! Yours look perfect, Sowmya! :)

Mala Muley said...

Is it that simple............
oh will try it soon :)

Priti said...

Looks delicious...pending from long time to prepare this for Kedar..this weekend sure going to make this..thanks for the recipe dear

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