Monday, May 07, 2012

Restaurant style Gobi 65 / Chilly Gobi:





Restaurant style Gobi 65:   

Gobi 65 is a yummy dish that tastes scrumptious as a starter or tea time snack..!!

I prepared this as a side dish for  veg fried rice,  & we loved it very much.
Also, it’s a party hit recipe, for its attractive fiery red  color & exotic taste. It is so easy to prepare & kidz love it more. 

Its also called  chilly gobi  for its spicy garam masala and chilly pwd mixes. It goes great with rice, chapatti, etc.

Here’s your favorite restaurant style gobi 65 recipe..!


Try at your home & make your meals more colorful..:) 

Ingredients:
  • Cauliflower / gobi                                 - 1
  • Maida flour / All purpose flour                - 1 cup
  • Corn flour                                             - ¾ cup
  • Red chilly pwd                                      - 1 tsp
  • Vinegar                                                 - ½ tsp
  • Soy sauce                                            - 2 tsp
  • Ginger garlic paste                                - 1 ½ tsp
  • White pepper pwd                                 - ½ tsp
  • Orange red food color                           - a generous pinch
  • Garam masala pwd                                - ¼ tsp
  • Salt to taste
  • Oil to fry
Method:
  1. Clean, wash and slice gobi to fine florets.
  1. In a mixing bowl, add all pupose flour, corn flour, salt & red chilly pwd.
  1. Combine well.
  2. Add vinegar & dark soya sauce.
  1. Add ginger garlic paste.
  2. Mix well .
  3. Add pepper pwd, red food color.
  4. Add little water and stir well, so that there are no lumps.
  5. The batter should be of thick consistency, so take care while adding water.
  1. Now the smooth batter is ready.
  2. To this add garam masala pwd & ¼ tsp chicken 65 pwd ( optional )
  3. Stir well and add gobi florets to this.
  1. Mix well to coat all the florets to this masala paste.
  1. Heat oil in a wok / frypan.
  2. Drop the coated florets gently in batches to hot oil.
  1. Deep fry in medium flame to golden.
  2. Once they’re crisp, drain from oil.
  1. Drain the excess oil in paper towel & arrange in serving plate with garnishing.
  1. Lipsmacking gobi 65 is ready to enjoy as a starter / appetitzer.


Tips:
  • Prepare the batter well in advance and marinate the cauliflower florets for good  2 to 3 hrs. This tastes great. ( But if you’re short of time & no time for marinating,  no probs, just skip marinating, then also you’ll end up with delicious plate of gobi 65.)

Similar Recipes 

·       Gobi Manchurian
·       Gobi Pulav
·       Gobi Pakora
·       Gobi Paratha
·       Gobi Masala curry

99 comments:

  1. wow looks crunchy and delicious !!!

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  2. Perfect n crunchy looking gobi 65...looks so tempting...well made!!

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  3. I can just eat it like fritters.

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  4. Looks so crispy and tempting..

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  5. Super crispy and great appetizing dish !!

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  6. Crispy n lipsmacking fries, my all time fav tea time snack...

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  7. My stomach is growling already and this gobi 65 is making it worse

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  8. Truly looks like restaurant style !! Very crispy and would be a perfect starter.

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  9. good idea friend.. should try, who knows d kids will love it..

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  10. Really lpismacking golden color fries :-) love it

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  11. Cripy and spicy cauliflower. I love it.

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  12. Perfectly done
    Good one.Love this !

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  13. Crisy and lovely starter.......

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  14. Delicious, family favorite here. I usually add the soya sauce after the frying. Will try adding it to the dough like you mentioned next time.

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  15. looks very nice and tasty. yum yum.

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  16. I love cawliflower , your dish looks so yummi

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  17. looks crispy and delicious :)

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  18. Thank you for stopping by my blog and for following! this recipe looks amazing!!! I'm following you back :)



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  19. What a lovely way to cook cauliflower!Love it!Kisses,dear!

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  20. Yum!!! This looks perfect!!

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  21. crispy and yummy ...looks perfect..


    Shabbu's Tasty Kitchen

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  22. Looks totally mouthwatering and delicious.

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  23. Oh YUM! I can eat these alone as fritters! Looks so tasty & so tempting! :)

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  24. Looks so tempting that I stopped myself from taking a piece!

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  25. Very crunchy yummy snacks idea!

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  26. thanks for your precious time & valuable feedback friends..have a great day..:)

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  27. hi jay, today i learnt the meaning of the word gobi from you, i also like this gobi,your spicy type and very healthy to eat also.. besides gobi, we do the same for fresh mushrooms. have a nice day

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  28. Cant take my eyes from that irresistible plate of chilly gobi.

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  29. This cauliflower looks pretty good to me, really! Have a nice day Jay!

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  30. Looks very crispy and delicious!! Nice clicks....

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  31. Very tempting and yummy fries. Perfectly done

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  32. wow yummy very tempting,my fav...

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  33. Perfect gobi 65, feel like grabbing it

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  34. I love crispy, tasty and healthy gobi 65. Hats of to Tasty Appetite and Jay...

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  35. Wow this looks just perfect and so flavorful!

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  36. What a fabulous dish!! My mouth is literally watering thinking about how good it must taste! :)

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  37. One of my favorites! So delicious!

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  38. Mouth watering... http://www.gujaratonnet.com

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  39. Looks yum. This is my favourite but never tried it at home.

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  40. thanks friends for your encouraging comments..
    I appreciate your valued comments & suggestions..:)

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  41. Really tempting, very nice color and looks crispy too. Dear, I've shared an award with you. Please come by and pick it up :)

    Versatile Blogger Award

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  42. Crispy and delicious,can have this anytime..yum

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  43. Perfectly done! My mom makes something similar too but we don't call it gobi 65.

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  44. Oh gosh this is mouthwatering... crunchy and full of flavours little bites...yum!!

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  45. One of my fav...Superb click.

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  46. Wow. What a colorful dish!

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  47. This looks delicious, yum!

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  48. Jay this looks fabulous! Thanks for the nice comment on my blog. I love your blog and will visit here often!

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  49. DELICIOSO Y CRUJIENTE ME ENCANTA,SALUDOS HUGS,HUGS.

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  50. Hi Jay - thanks for following me and posting on my site! Your gobi looks delicious - I love cauliflower so I'll have to try this. Yum!

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  51. Crispy crunchy Cauliflower looks mouthwatering!!

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  52. crispy and yummy! My daughter's favorite...

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  53. wow awesome dear..my all time fav too!

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  54. Jay!! That crunchy cauliflower is looking yummy and drooling.. Happy to follow you. Cheers

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  55. this is such a nice idea!! Genius I would say! I am glad i've found your blog ! xxx Lysa

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  56. yummy..and gud idea also..i like..;)

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  57. that gobi looks amazing! so crunchy and perfect!

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  58. Thnks for visiting my blog, I really appreciate!

    This looks fantastic! I used to make a version of cauliflower in batter but that has been so long ago. Love this one, looks yummy!

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  59. Perfect & crunchy.

    Hamsamalini Chandrasekaran,
    www.indianrecipecorner.com

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  60. I've never had cauliflower eating like this! I love cauliflowers so this is a must try recipe for me!

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  61. mouth watering...Awesome!!

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  62. When I say the word Gobi, I thought it's Gobi Fish. So surprise to see cauliflower. Like Nami, I've never seen the veg done this way too. Genius!

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  63. Bookmarked.. will try for sure :)

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  64. i save this recipe, it's very nice!!! thank you!

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  65. that is sooo good.. i am tempted to try it soon.. visiting first time .. but glad to found u :)

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  66. gobi65 looks sooooooo delicious...yummy
    Super Yummy Recipes

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  67. It's raining here and your deep friend snack looks highly tempting. Yum!

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  68. What is there to not love crispy spicy cauliflower....love it totally

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  69. O my what a lovely presentation.... too good

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  70. Wow this looks absolutely amazing - I couldn't imagine anyway passing on this!

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  71. I just love cauliflower. We make something very similar like this too.
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  72. Jay , if I haven't check the recipe , I just think that it's a deep fried chicken or fish fillet ! ;D It looks really appetizing ! Yum !

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  73. gobi 65 looks absolutely delicious !!!!

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  74. WOW, very tempting. Thanks for sharing the recipe:)

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  75. They look really tasty. Will bookmark.

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  76. gobi 65
    tasty dish

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  77. Wow.. gobi 65 looks so good and tempting!! Pictures are too good.

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  78. Ces beignets de chou-fleur sont délicieux. Je note ta recette.
    A bientôt

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  79. Never heard of this before ... looks tasty and delish :-)

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  80. What a lovely recipe. Your dish has fabulous color and sounds delicious. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  81. Lovely photos.mouthwatering!nice use of a vegetable.

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  82. Looks inviting and the clicks are gorgeous.

    Vardhini
    CooksJoy

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  83. Looks inviting and the clicks are gorgeous.

    Vardhini
    CooksJoy

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  84. Jai Ho for another super yummy dish.

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  86. You meant a "besan" aka gram flour or the "maida"???

    So far I know Besan makes a better batter. What say? :)

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  87. Hy Ekta,
    I used Maida / all purpose flour in this recipe. But besan can also be used instead of maida. do giv a try n lemme know.

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