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Gobi 65 Cauliflower 65 Restaurant Style Of Cooking

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Gobi 65 Cauliflower 65 Restaurant Style Of Cooking Recipe, Phulgopi 65 Pattagobi sukhi sabji, How To Make Gobi 65 Cauliflower 65 Restaurant Style Of Cooking Recipe

Gobi 65 or Cauliflower 65 cooked the restaurant style is truly tempting and enticing. Blanched cauliflower florets nicely coated with a spiced batter and deep fried twice to give that zest and crunchiness. Gobi 65 is a popular appetizer or starter.

Gobi 65, gobi 65 recipe

Gobi 65, restaurant style of cooking is a classic dish that most of the kids, young and oldies love savouring mainly for its crunchiness, peppery taste, visually enticing and easy to prepare snack. The fresh... Read More..

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How to make Gobi 65 Cauliflower 65 Restaurant Style of Cooking

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Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
10 mins
Total time
20 mins
Gobi 65 Cauliflower 65 Restaurant Style of Cooking
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Cauliflower
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : September 08, 2017


Ingredients used in Gobi 65 Cauliflower 65 Restaurant Style of Cooking
• Curry leaves(chopped) - 2 spring.
• Coriander leaves(chopped) - ½ bunch.
• Salt - to taste.
• Chilly paste - 1 tea spoon.
• Pepper powder - ½ tea spoon.
• Garam masala - ½ tea spoon.
• Ginger garlic paste - ½ tea spoon.
• Oil - to fry.
• All purpose flour - 3 teaspoons.
• Corn starch - 4 teaspoons.
• Cauliflower (medium size) - 1 number.
Method:
  • Take cauliflower florets blanch them in hot water for 1 minute.
  • Take a bowl add salt, ginger garlic paste, garam masala, chopped coriander, chopped curry leaves, red chilly paste, pepper powder, all purpose flour, corn starch.
  • Add water mix it like a thick batter, pour this batter on to the cauliflower, coat with the mixture to the cauliflower and deep fry them twice.
  • Green chilly and curry leaves also deep fried along with cauliflower, then serve this hot.





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Gobi 65, gobi 65 recipe

Gobi 65, restaurant style of cooking is a classic dish that most of the kids, young and oldies love savouring mainly for its crunchiness, peppery taste, visually enticing and easy to prepare snack. The freshness of cauliflower, artistically cut into florets and coated in a blend of all-purpose, corn flour(s) mixed with spices and deep fried until golden in colour makes easy recipe gobi 65 snack a super hit dish which can be eaten as a tea time snack or bar snack. Generally restaurant style of Gobi 65 looks very alluring for its radiating and vibrant colour where red colour is often added to the Gobi 65.

Nevertheless even without the red colour, Gobi 65 can be prepared exceptionally great to allure our taste buds and make it eye catchy. Cauliflower is incredibly versatile and has an array of recipes that we can make with. A crusty, spicy, fried, full of flavours fresh snack is always a mesmeric dish that we crave and throng for.

Normally cauliflower when lightly steamed and stir fried with little pepper or baked does not make a tempting dish because it doesn’t give a strong flavour on its own but the flowery veggie balances nicely well with seasonings when mixed in the right measures and fried makes it delectably graceful.

Versatility of Cauliflower Cauliflower is a very flexible vegetable with a unique texture and ability to absorb flavours. It is a nutritious vegetable which can be served in main course, side dish or as starter. Cauliflowerblooms with a nutritional punch rich in antioxidants and phytonutrients.

Glucosinolates contribute to cauliflower’s distinct aroma and flavour. It is also a rich source of vitamin C, Vitamin K, fiber and deserves a diet meal status that is included in salads, side dishes and stews. Indian cuisine is diversified and has a choice from mild to very piquant spices that are added to make some simple to very ornate dishes. Cauliflower can also be used for a simple side dish like Cauliflower 65 pepper fry to a lavish heavily spiced Shahi recipe such as Gobi Musallam.

Cauliflower when cooked has a slightly sweet, milky and nutty flavour and mingles exceptionally well with spices and arises out from its subtle taste and adapting itself within the spices giving a delicacy to the palate.

Various Cauliflower recipes

There are umpteen 65 snack recipes and a variety of variations can be given to make this vegetable deliciously palatable. Cauliflower balances well with potatoes, eggplants, peas etc. Some of the classic and lip-smacking dishes are Honey Lemon crispy CauliflowerCauliflower curry, Cauliflower kaju curry, Gobi Aloo ki Sabzi (cauliflower and potato curry), Cauliflower and brinjal curry, Cauliflower paratha, Tandoori Cauliflower, Mutton cauliflower, carrot and cauliflower pickle etc.

Socializing and munching snacks is the chosen lifestyle of the majority of above average Indian. A snack is a part of food, smaller compared to a regular meal, usually eaten in between meals. Snacks and appetizers come in several varieties such as packaged snacks together with fast foods as well as products made out of fresh ingredients at home.

 When you are looking for snack variety, rather of those that increase additional sodium and empty calories to the diet, select ones which are a well-balanced combination of protein and good-for-you fats

 Try to get into the habit of eating something which requires a small preparation. You'll have fun with the ritual of making it and also the whole 'snack experience' will require longer instead of a quick fix, resulting you desiring more.

 Most of these snacks are easy and quick to prepare. A lot of the snacks and appetizers are also complemented with delicious, yummy and tangy pickles or chutneys. Snacks are mainly eaten in between meals or usually offered with tea or coffee or any other beverages.

 In regards to Snacks & Appetizers, Indian cuisine carries a unique place because cooking is known as a skill in India and also due to the various versions of mixed cuisines of different regions; we have a wide range of snacks and appetizers. Kids too love eating delicious & tangy snacks.

 Snacks can keep younger children from getting so hungry. Your kids won't be tempted to packaged snacks with their friends when their lunch boxes come packed with tasty snacks cooed by you. Meanwhile, you can feel good knowing they're eating nutritional food.

 A well-timed snack & appetizer can even out spikes in hunger and provide a much-needed energy boost between meals.

 

Some of the popular snacks and appetizers that you can expect to satisfy your cravings and nutrients are Chaats, Pakoda (made of Spinach or Onion or Sago or Cabbage or Corn or Moong Dal and so on), Murukku, Chekkalu Rice cracker, Bhakerwadi, Dhokla, kachori, Poha, Samosa, Dahi Vada, Chiken Lollipop, Chicken Fry, Omlette, Sandwich, Chicken Roll, Egg Roll and so on.



 

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Ragima R Posted on Thu Aug 28 2014

Tnx a lot... It came perfect for me :)?

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Yasmin Parveen Posted on Tue Sep 16 2014

Did u hear any crunch ? Yes yes yes , we heard it ...pls don't eat all alone :(?

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Silki seth Posted on Wed Oct 01 2014

Lovely quick recipe . Thanks for sharing. ?

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thulasi ramdoss Posted on Fri Oct 10 2014

chef i want the recipe of bikanari sev?

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Unni Sivadas Posted on Fri Oct 17 2014

Very good. thank you.?

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MrsAce Styles Posted on Tue Oct 28 2014

thats looks yum thanks for sharing?

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Rihanayaseen Yaseen Posted on Thu Nov 27 2014

thnkuuu.tasty receipiee?

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Meena Amuthan Posted on Fri Dec 19 2014

Check out this video on YouTube:?

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Jalex Posted on Fri Jan 23 2015

Vah Chef, You're the reason I got into cooking food. And guess what? My family loves the food I make with your recipes. All  credit goes to you :)?

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??? ???? ???????? Posted on Sat Jan 24 2015

Pleas .... lam arabi.. l can not stand?

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