This is my favorite manchuri. My mother makes it very well, who ever tasted it loved it. So, this is my mom's recipe for gobi manchuri. Its easy and tasty. She used to make it as snack or as a side dish for fried rice.
Back in India, we get Gobi manchuri masala powder. Its was easy, mix in the flour, Just add ginger garlic paste, follow instruction. I remember, i used that pouch for my college cooking competition. It was fun cooking and eating with friends, wonderful days :) !!
Here is how my mother an i make this gobi manchuri..
EC - 'Simple Indian Food-An Easy Cooking Blog' for the event 'WYF- Cuisine'
2 cups of Cauliflower florets
2 tblsp Flour (Maida)
2 tblsp Corn Flour
2 tblsp Gram flour
Salt to taste
1 tsp Ginger Garlic Paste
1/2 tsp Red chilli powder
1/4 tsp Termeric powder
1/4 cup lenght wise Chopped Onions
1/4 cup chopped tomato
1 tsp Chopped green chili
1 tblsp Chopped Coriander Leaves
1-2 tblsp Tomato Ketchup
1 tsp Chopped Garlic
Oil to deep fry
Salt to taste
1. Mix in the 3 type of flour + ginger garlic paste + red chilli powder + Termeric powder + salt by adding a little water, around 3-4 tblsp. Make a thick batter.
2. Now add the washed cauliflower florets to the batter, mix well. so that the batter is nicely cotted.
3. Mean while heat a deep fry pan with oil, to deep fry till golden brown. Keep aside.
4. Now take a pan to make the sauce - take 1 tbslp of oil, heat it add chopped garlic saute for 30 sec. Dont make the brown.
5. Now add onions, fry till transpernt. Add chopped tomato fry for 30 to 60 sec. Add 1 tblsp of water if needed.
6. Now when the tomatoes are cooked, add green chilli + ketchup + salt. Mix them all.
7. Add fried flowers to the hot sauce, mix it and then take off the fire. Garnish with chopped coreinder leafs, sereve hot.
Note : Can add chopped spring onions too.
Everybody seems to have been cooking Manchurian except me these days! :D
Looks delicious, love the shiny red sauce.Must try sometime! :)
It is my Fav too. Looks so yumm nd very tempting..Love the color..
mmhh Gobi manchurian is a delish Archana....good entry..:D
Who doesn't love this dish?Looks very tempting :)
i have been waiting for so long to make this dish as my hubby absolutely love this..looks amazing dear..
U make me hungry Archy! I like the shine and delicious looking!
One of my fav dishes too...looks yummmy...
Mouthwatering dish..When i was doing my engineering I use to eat this every weekend.Great post Archy.Will try this :)
looks very delicious Archy :)
Delicious recipe and perfect for the event Archana.. Do send your entries for my FIL-Tomato by Mar 31st..!:)
Manchurian! aaaaaah, I want some!
Hmm...it looks so yummy :-)
I love eating gobi manchurian, especially the roadside 10 rupee or 15 rupee per plate gobi.., wah!!, street food tastes sooo good.
After moving to Singapore, I never got a chance to eat or prepare Gobi.., will try soon :)
Gobi looks fabulous in the picutre & as usual I'm all drooling.
My fav..I just add some sauces also to it ..Some add eggs too..Anyways gobi fries are always tasty..:)
Saw your query about eggless toasts in Vishali's space..You can use Besan instead of eggs for that..:)
lovley manchurian..lovely click dear
Nice recipe for Gobi manchurian! Looks nice too!
It is a hit in our house too..thanks for the delicious entry
LOL @Asha's comments.
it's been ages since i made these but looking at ur pic i so much want grab a fork and dig in :)
Looks delicious gal...I have same in my blog too...
Wow.. looks lovely!
ooh, manchurian looks so shiny and yummy!
This is one of my faves, looks fantastic !
AM drooling over the gobi manchurian..looks marvellous Archy!
Wow! mouth watering. I like the second picture.
Wow looks delicious & inviting ...
hey archana u took me to the gud old college days...the cooking competition & the gobi manchuri we prepared....it was grt re...feel like going to college again......
Hey, Ya.. it was fun!! rem the dishes we made for the competition:)!!
It's the first time I tried it with my special friend's help, and guess what it turned out an excellent dish.
Thanks a lot for such a wonderful recipe...you are a great chef...
Thanx a lot Dear!! Its my pleasure!! Keep trying more recipe with your spl friend :)!!
nice read. I would love to follow you on twitter.
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