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Recipe for Gobi Manchurian

Recipe for Gobi Manchurian

Recipe for Gobi Manchurian

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Gobi Manchurian is a famous Indo-Chinese dish. They are Cauliflower Fritters in spicy Sauce. This dish can be either dry or wet based. Dry Gobi Manchurian can be served as starters or a wet one as a side dish for Rice. Here the fried Cauliflower Floret along with flavourful Sauce strikes a nice balance of sweet + tangy + spicy effect... Ummm yum yum!!!



Preparation Time:

15 minutes.

Cooking Time:

30 minutes


Cauliflower cut into bite sized Florets - 500gms
 Gram Flour (Besan) - ½ cup 
 Ginger grated - 1 tsp 
 Corn Flour - ½ cup
 Ginger Garlic Paste - 1 tsp
 Green Chilli Paste - 1 tsp
 Soya sauce: 1 tsp for Flour Paste, 2 tbsp for Sauce
 Oil for frying
 Salt to taste
 Onion finely chopped - 1 small
 Tomato Ketchup - 4 tsp
 Chopped Cilantro (Coriander Leaves) or Spring Onions for garnishing


• Cook Cauliflower for about 5 minutes until tender in pan of boiling Water. Drain, pat dry with a towel and set aside.

• Next mix together Gram Flour, Corn Flour, Ginger Garlic Paste, Chilli Paste, Soya Sauce and Salt with some Water to form a thick Batter.

• Heat Oil in a pan on medium heat. Dip each Cauliflower Floret in the Batter and fry till it becomes crispy. Lay them on a tissue paper to drain the excess Oil.

• Heat a teaspoon of Oil in a pan, sauté the Onions till golden brown.

• Next add Tomato Ketchup and Soya Sauce to the Onions and mix well (add 1/3 cup of Water if you want to make it wet version)

• Add the fried Cauliflower and mix well until it's coated with the Sauce.

Garnish with Cilantro or Spring Onions and serve hot!

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