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December 2, 2009


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I am a huge fan of anything Chinese, just love the flavors of the cuisine, I had read about Gobhi manchurian on a number of blogs, always accompanied with mouth-watering pics, so I finally decided to give it a go and made this today, I am telling you it was just superb and everyone just loved it, in fact I have requests to make it every week from now on! To make this "complete meal in itself " you require-

  • Cauliflower-1 head

  • Flour-1/2 cup

  • Cornflour-1/2 cup +2 tbsp

  • Ginger and garlic paste-2 tbsp

  • Salt and black pepper to taste

  • Capsicum-1 large

  • Onion-1 large

  • Basmati Rice- previously boiled and spread out on clean sheet to dry-3-4 cups

  • Spring onions- 2 chopped finely

  • Chopped mixed vegetables(carrots, capsicum, beans)-1 cup parboiled

  • Tomato ketchup-2-3 large tbsp

  • Soya sauce-1/2 tsp

  • Vinegar-1-2 tbsp

  • Sugar-1tsp

  • Ajinomoto- a pinch if desired

  • Refined oil- for deep frying

Separate cauliflower head into small florets, combine flour, cornflour, 1 tbsp ginger and garlic paste, salt and pepper to taste and mix well, dip florets into batter and deep fry like pakoras till golden, fry all in same way and keep aside.Heat 1 tbsp refined oil and fry 1/2 tbsp ginger and garlic paste, add capsicum and onion chopped into largish square shaped pieces, fry for 2-3 minutes, next add tomato and soya sauce along with 1/2 cup water, then add vinegar and 2 tbsp cornflour (which has to be mixed in little cold water first), season, add sugar, let it thicken, lastly add the fried cauliflower and cook for two minutes, add ajinomoto if desired garnish with chopped spring onions.For fried rice- heat 2 tbsp refined oil and add ginger garlic paste, fry till golden, next add the parboiled vegetables and rice , season and add some soya sauce and vinegar if desired, toss well till heated through, serve hot garnished with chopped scallions.Enjoy!

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Andhra Flavors December 3, 2009 at 4:59 AM  

love this combination. your click looks perfect.

Manasi December 3, 2009 at 7:34 AM  

I loveIndo-chinese fare too!! perfect for a cold evening!

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