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Tuesday, January 31, 2012

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Gobi 65 and gobi manchurian dry, both are my family favourite. So where ever we go, we search for any on of the above in the menu card. Now a days Indian Wok is our favourite eat out, and the reason being they serve best gobi manchurian that is really dry. It will be crisp, still juicy and we all are now big fans of this one. Aj is just crazy about it. I tried my best to try it out at home, the only thing I could not get is to maintain the crispiness. But still my family enjoys my version of the dish.
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Gobi Manchurian dry recipe

Recipe Cuisine: Indian  |  Recipe Category: Starter
Prep Time: 15 mins    |  Cook time: 30 mins    Serves: 2

Ingredients

Cauliflower  1 medium sized flower 
Onion  1, very finely chopped 
Garlic 6 cloves, very finely chopped
Spring onion  3-4 sprigs 
Chilli tomato sauce  1 tblsp 
Soy sauce  2 tsp 
Pepper powder  1 tsp heaped 
Salt  As needed 
Sugar  1/2 tsp 
Maida/all purpose flour  2 tblsp 
Corn flour 2 tblsp
Sodium bi carbonate  2 pinches 
Oil  As needed

Method

  1. Clean the cauliflower by keeping it immersed in hot water with salt for 10 minutes. This way, its also being parboiled.Make a batter with corn flour, all purpose flour and cooking soda, thick enough to coat the cauliflowers. You can either dip the well drained florets one by one in the batter or just mix all of it with the drained florets and deep fry. Just make sure there is enough batter to coat the florets. Deep fry until crisp and light.Keep aside.1-deepfry
  2. In a wide pan, add 3 tblsp oil and add chopped garlic. Give a quick stir and then add finely chopped white part of the spring onion and the chopped onion and fry till transparent. Add both sauces, salt, sugar, pepper and mix well.2-fry
  3. Add the deep fried cauliflower florets and toss well to mix it evenly. Lastly add finely chopped green part of the spring onion and mix well for a minute.3-add
Notes
  • Adding lots of garlic and pepper adds flavor to this dish.
  • You can also add some capsicum and chopped coriander leaves for extra flavour.
  • Finely chopped ginger can be replaced with garlic.

Serve hot immediately as starter or with any Chinese style rice / noodles….!

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81 comments:

  1. my kids love it in the Indian restaurant too...

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  2. wow..mouthwatering manchurian..will eat the whole plate..thanks for the recipe...:)

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  3. Mouth watering here :) perfect manchurian recipe...very tempting pictures !!

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  4. Love it a lot and its tempting.Feel like grabbing from the screen.

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  5. Yum,me too a big fan of cauliflower manchurian.Keep the flame on high during the last part of cooking process which will make the florets crispy on the outside.

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  6. mouthwatering recipe as usual.
    would try it out tomorrow and update you

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  7. my fav...superb...looks mouthwatering.

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  8. im also big fan of manchurian, especially dried one....looks yummy n mouthwatering...nice presentation!

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  9. Looks so tempting. Love it with fried rice...

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  10. Ahh, looks mouth watering!! I'm also the great fan of Gobi Manchurian :)

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  11. Delicious, awesome pictures, we love gobi very much. I recently posted a gobi kofta recipe on my blog. I hopped to your blog from another one, first time here :-), have book marked the blog, will be definitely back.

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  12. Very nicely done !! Tempting starter..

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  13. Lovely clicks!!! Love gobhi manchurian!

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  14. Raks, first photo super aa irukku! Love the props. Also, I prefer the clean look of the header now :)

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  15. Made it last weekend..needs to be posted! Yours look lovely.
    Lite Bite

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  16. Nice clicks and tempting gobi. I too order 1st thing at the restuarant.

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  17. thats a beautiful snack that I kinda miss here in Kolkata. will make it soon with your recipe.
    between made your lemon chutney this morning and it was amazing. thanks for sharing this recipe.

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  18. Looks amazing! I love the presentation!

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  19. This is my favorite from childhood..looks very very delicious n yummy

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  20. lovely clicks.........delicious n yummy gobi manchurian...

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  21. super tempting starter!!

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  22. Gobi manchurian is our family favorite too...nice recipe and beautiful clicks

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  23. Looks very tempting that I am craving to eat this now :) Spicy and yummy

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  24. Beautiful clicks Raks !

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  25. Beutiful clicks Raks and fav too....

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  26. Nice click ,raks..The homemade gobi manchurian is perfectly made..I cant resist to taste some now.

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  27. Thats a fantastic click raks.my fav. too..

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  28. My daughter loves this, she wanted to have this at an exhibition when I was in India, had to pull her from there, promising that I'll make it for her, definitely I couldn't match the crispiness, love your presentation dear..

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  29. looks very crispy and delicious .......

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  30. Super dooper :) loving it. Awesome clicks that tempt me so much. Drooooling

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  31. very tempting manchurian !! feel like having it right away !!

    Ongoing Event - CC-Chocolate Fest

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  32. Truly magazine quality picture.. i love it..

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  33. What a lovely clicks Raks:-) Cant take my eye off..
    Gobi manchurian looks awesome!

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  34. I love the dry one if i had the choice i go always for the dry one and this look super super delicious.

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  35. Yummy yummy .Drooling here

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  36. Like to have it. Nice clicks.

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  37. Fantastic and tempting manchurians. Loved the new header of ur site

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  38. Even I love the dry one than the saucy...Ippadi kaalaila tempt pannitinga Raji...wayyyyyyyy too tempted seriously. All time from childhood days.

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  39. wow..This is my favorite..YUMMY

    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  40. You have made it perfectly dear..superb

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  41. such an perfect presentation n so beautifully made.. love the tiny chopped onions ..n garlic.. the entire meal is so awesome

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  42. looks very yum..awesome clicks

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  43. Fantastic and tempting manchurians......

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  44. Seriously cant take my eyes from ur irresistible clicks,super tempting dish.

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  45. could have the whole plate - looks droolicious!

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  46. My kids favourite, Lovely clicks Raji.., the plate looks so delicious...

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  47. wow... gobi manchurian looks fabulous... mouth watering..

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  48. Who doesn't love this crispy gobi! Good one!

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  49. Wow.. its one of our fav dishes.. looks so yumm :)

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  50. wow this is one of my fav restaurant recipe,luks so perfect and yum...very neat presentation as always and the clicks are amazing...love the cute bowl:)

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  51. This is one of my favorite restaurant recipes and you've just made my day with this detailed recipe. Loved reading the tips at the end where you are giving us options to decide how to heighten the flavors more. Looking forward to more such recipes from you. Thank you!

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  52. perfect and tempting gobi manchurian, mouth watering one :)

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  53. looks mouth watering... we also always order this, its such a favourite. lovely clicks

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  54. Wow! Those manchurian looks so drool-worthy :D

    Kiran @ KiranTarun.com

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  55. wow , i'm drooling.

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  56. wow, awesome clicks. iam a big fan of manch. nowadays making with mushroom for raksha :)

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  57. looks perfect like a hotel served one.. very tempting recipe raji !!!

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  58. Beautiful blog, have a nice day Radka.

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  59. wow, looks super delicious. I am such a big fan of manchurian, any kind :)

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  60. Nice clicks! I have a tip to make it crisp too, in case you want to try it out sometime...
    Mix up some cornflour to water to buttermilk consistency and in the last step, on high heat, just add it to the gravy + cauliflower and give the whole thing a whirl for a minute or 2. This makes it crisp like at restaurants! Tip: The flame should be really high that you should get that sound as soon as you pour that corn flour water!

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  61. delicious dish, my all time favorite :)

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  62. nice recepie surei try

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  64. We Tried today, Its superb yaa...
    Thank you sooo much for adding taste to our life.

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  65. To keep it crispy make the sauce before frying the veggies. Then when the veggies are cooked reheat the sauce. This way it will still be crispy.

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  66. mouth watering :) well presented :)

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  67. The picture itself making me drool...
    to make them crisp a bit of rice flour is added to batter

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  68. tried it at home..It as awesome !!

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  69. hii. i m new to kitchen.. bt daily i cook tryin ur recipies nd it comes just gr88!!!!!! today i did gobi 65 nd came fabulous nd mouth waterin.. nd al ur pics r very temptin too :)

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  70. Raji,why can't you try rice flour instead of corn flour?i think you can get the cauliflower crispier.

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  71. i love the dry one, superb
    thank you

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  72. Thanks for the recipe... tried it and was gr8!

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  73. wonderful information, I had come to know about your blog from my friend nandu , hyderabad,i have read atleast 7 posts of yours by now, and let me tell you, your website gives the best and the most interesting information. This is just the kind of information that i had been looking for, i'm already your rss reader now and i would regularly watch out for the new posts, once again hats off to you! Thanks a ton once again, Regards, My Manchurian Recipe

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  74. Amazing , i love all the recipes you have written and the photos are so colourfull too. Thanks for easy, delicious, healthy and very very tasty recipes.

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  75. Amazing recipes, love all your writings and helpful in preparing healthy, tasty , easier to prepare food.

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  76. wow its really easy!i would really lik it!..

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  77. Hi
    I tried this today it came out excellent far tastier than restaurant ... thanks for the recipe

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  78. Recipes which are being shown here are not only easy to prepare but also tastier and delicious

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