Sunday, April 15, 2012

Gobi Manchurian / Cauliflower Manchurian / Step by Step





Gobi Manchurian ~ Restaurant Style:


Gobi Manchurian is a favorite  Indo-Chinese  dish  for almost everyone, including kids & adults.!
It is basically a Chinese dish but with dash of Indian spices, it has become more of a Indo–fusion creation.

In this recipe, the deep fried cauliflower fritters are cooked in sweet, sour, spicy and tangy Manchurian gravy prepared. The preparation is very easy and short time to cook. 

Would serve as an excellent starter & appetizers for  parties and family get-together functions..!!




Try this  restaurant  style  of  gobi Manchurian  recipe  at home  & enjoy…!


Ingredients:


  • Gobi / Cauliflower                      - 1 large
  • Gobi Manchurian mix                 - 50 g
  • Oil                                          - for deep frying
  • Ginger minced                           - 1 tsp
  • Garlic minced                            - 2 tsp
  • Onion                                       - 1
  • Green bell pepper / capsicum    - ½ diced
  • Soy sauce                                - 2 to 3 tbsp
  • Tomato ketchup                                    - 3 to 4 tbsp
  • Chilly sauce                              - 1 ½ tbsp
  • Vinegar                                     - 1 tsp
  • Sugar                                       - ¼ tsp ( optional )
  • Pepper pwd                              - ½ tsp
  • Corn flour                                 - 2 tsp
  • Cilantro                                     - for garnishing
  • Spring onion chopped               - for garnishing
  • Salt to taste

Method:


  1. Clean and slice the cauliflower to small florets.


  1. Marinate them in the gobi Manchurian mix for 20 mins.


  1. Heat oil in a fry pan.
  2. Deep fry the marinated cauliflower florets to golden brown & crisp.



 Drain from hot oil.


  1. Keep aside in a kitchen tissue.
  2. Heat 2 tsp oil in a deep pan.
  3. Add minced ginger  & garlic.
  4. Saute for a minute.
  5. Add finely sliced onion and saute until transculent.
  6. Keep the flame in simmer and take care not to brown the onion slices, they should retain their crunchiness.
  7. Now add chopped bell peppers and saute for a minute at medium heat.
  8. Stir in the soy sauce, tomato ketchup, green chilly sauce, vinegar, sugar and pepper pwd.
  9. Make a paste of corn flour with one cup of water without any lumps.
  10. Mix well and add corn flour paste and half cup of water.
  11. Taste and adjust salt and allow to cook for few minutes with continous stirring.
  12. Keep the flame in simmer and add fried cauliflower florets.
  13. Combine well.
  14. Add finely chopped cilantro and spring onion.


  1. Transfer to serving plate and serve hot with fried rice and noodles.




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91 comments:

  1. Beautiful clicks... i never knew they sold a mix like that

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  2. What a perfect meal. I love it!

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  3. Es una delicia sabrosa es mi plato preferido una comida inolvidable me encanta ,su color sabor y preparación,abrazos hugs,hugs.

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  4. The gobi manchurian looks so tempting jay!!My mouth is watering here :)

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  5. Great step by step Jay! It looks so tasty the falvor is jumping off the screen! :)!

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  6. delicious looking manchurian

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  7. Delicious and tempting manchurian...

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  8. I lova gobi manchurian. Never have tired making it at home. I always think it's very difficult to make manchurian. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. wow...this looks so delicious and mouthwatering...Nice clicks too.

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  10. It looks so tempting.... Have a nice week!

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  11. Delicious looking finger licking manchurian.

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  12. Yummy yum delicious manchurian..What a coincidence I too posted a manchurian recipe tOday,Jay..same pinch:-) ONGOING EVENT- "Mint & Coriander seeds" (EP Series-Apr)
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  13. Looks so....tempting, one of my favorite dishes..

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  14. yummy recpie.. nice pictures:) great job

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  15. Looks so good and love your photo too!

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  16. looks yummy. had no idea ready mix is available and ur clicks are great.

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  17. The pics are awesome and the recipe is so easy. It is droolworthy!

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  18. So lovely presentation!
    Good work
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  19. Lovely pic Jay !! Makes me drool. Super recipe !!

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  20. Cauliflower Manchurian looks very good in tomato ketchup. My girls' favourite source.

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  21. Cauliflower Manchurian looks very good in tomato ketchup. My girls' favourite source.

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  22. That looks more appetizing than any of the gobi Manchurians that I have had in restaurants so far!! Excellent Jay :)


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  23. very delicious manchuri...love to eat this wid fried rice any day

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  24. lovely recipe...always tempting and makes u wanting more...nice idea to use the manchurian mix in the florets

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  25. thanks for your lovely feedback & inspiring comments..
    have a wonderful day..:)

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  26. Looks appetizing n appealing for eys dear...

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  27. so tempting... can't resist...

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  28. delicious gobi manchurian.....lovely clicks and yummy recipe.

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  29. Beautiful clicks n wonderful preparation looks exactly a restaurant food..

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  30. This dish looks very inviting and delicious.

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  31. This cauliflower looks perfectly tasty! Like it. Have a nice day Jay!

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  32. Delicious and mouthwatering Manchurian...my favorite

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  33. Lovely clicks jay...wonderful preparation!!

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  34. wow very tempting manchurian....

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  35. What tasty little bites.. I'll give them a go any day. :)

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  36. yummy manchuri, nice clicks

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  37. Looks perfect Jay..the color is extremely appetizing ..Yum!

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  38. I like everything about Manchurian but I now do less frying.

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  39. wat tasty looking manchuruan..my all time fav snack..can i have a bite?

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  40. Gobi Manchurian looks delicious.

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  41. very delicious and tempting..perfectly done recipe..

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  42. delicious manchurian...yummy.
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  43. This looks so yuummyyyyyyyyyy

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  44. I love cauliflower and all the flavorings. Think I'd like this? You know I would! Nice recipe - thanks.

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  45. thank you soooo much for your comments..it inspires me a lot to keep going..;)

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  46. I am drooling over this !! Vibrant color

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  47. An attractive blog with very nice pictures.Will read the blog leisurely.
    Thanks for visiting my blog.

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  48. Perfect usage of the caulis in bringing an Indo-Chinese dish. I probably will drop in about 1 tsp chilly powder to spice it up further.

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  49. Jay, Angeline here first of all I would like to say thank you for becoming one my follower too.

    This cauliflower manchurian is very fushion, I would love to eat it with white bread or roti nan!

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  50. Not had cauliflower in this way before.
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  51. Absolutely delightful flavors...delicious!

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  52. It has been a long time since i made this. Nicely done and explained

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  53. Perfect appetizer any time...

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  54. wow this make me hungry,perfect muchurian...

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  55. wow this make me hungry,perfect muchurian...

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  56. wow this looks amazing!

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  57. Jay this dish look absolutely nice love your blog Im following you:)

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  58. Looks lovely .. one of my favourite :)

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  59. Hi Jay,
    Dropping back to say 'hello'
    Coming to your space is new approach in food for me....
    Love it...
    I love the fried cauliflower + tomato ketchup.... so tasty...... I bet my boys will love this..
    Thanks for sharing...^^

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  60. Thanks for stopping by jay...i am ur newest follower...yummy blog u have...love following ur blog..

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  61. Wow looks yummy!! Thanks for following my blog!! Your pics are perfect and makes me drool!!! Happy to follow you too!!
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  62. you have got a nice space :)
    and the Gobi manchuria is simply mouth watering

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  63. Looks very good..I simply love gobi manchurian!

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  64. I dont mind inviting myself to ur place to enjoy this wonderful dish..Makes me hungry.

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  65. Looks yum...this is my husband's favourite :-)

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  66. One of my fav dishes.... And lovely clicks..... U run a beautiful space..... Happy 2 follow u too :)

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  67. Just looks delicious. I wish you had posted this earlier. The cauliflower season is almost over here. Will bookmark and keep.

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  68. very yummy and lovely presentation ..my all time fav ..gobi manchurian

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  69. this is looking so fantastic. love the way you made

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  70. Jay! I love cauliflower...this dish look tasty and really want to try this.

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  71. mouthwatering munchuriyan jay.looks yumm

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  72. Thank you for your visit on my blog and also thank you for your lovely comment.Your blog is wonderful and I am happy to be following you:)
    Annalisa

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  73. Wow looks wonderful and delicious gobi Mchn..
    maha

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  74. This dish looks so beautiful! I wish I could get the mix here too!

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  75. Yummy! Thanks for sharing dear!

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  76. Yummie Jay, this one I have tried at restaurants and loved it. I will try to make it at home, definitely!

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  77. I love fusion food! This one sure looks like a winner!

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  78. super colorfull awesome manchurian ..clicks droolling me

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  79. Jay, este plato tiene una pinta fabilosa, gracias por la receta, besos

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  80. Looks delicious! This is the fifth cauliflower post I've seen today! I love cauliflowers!

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  81. yummy and tempting manchurian...Wonderful pics...

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  82. haven't noticed the readymade mix in shops ..would love to have a try ...thanks for sharing this ...

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  83. Jay, this is lovely. Cauliflower is one of the most versatile vegetables and you have made great use out of it!

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  84. ur pics are super tempting..i cant stop craving

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  85. What a lovely and unique dish!

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