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Gobi Manchurian

GOBI MANCHURIAN
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Gobi Manchurian Recipe, How To Make Gobi Manchurian Recipe

Gobi Manchurian is a Desi or an Indo-Chinese Gobi Manchurian street food item popular in India.

Veg Manchurian is among the most in-demand veg dishes from the Indo -- Chinese cuisine you will likely have in most part of India,

Vegetable Manchurian recipe is probably the handful of dishes enjoyed by all ages group in family whether we are referring to the kids or grandparents. Although people do not usually like cooking for a really long time specifically when they've other stuff to do; however, w... Read More..

About Recipe

How to make GOBI MANCHURIAN

(11 ratings)
11 reviews so far
Prep time
5 mins
Cook time
20 mins
Total time
25 mins
GOBI MANCHURIAN
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Cauliflower
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : November 18, 2016


Ingredients used in GOBI MANCHURIAN
• Gobi/cauliflower (cut into florets) - 1 numbers.
• Maida/all purpose flour - 1 cup.
• Corn flour - 1/2 cup.
• Soya sauce - 2 tablespoons.
• Salt - to taste.
• Ajinomotto - pinch.
• Ginger garlic paste - 2 tablespoons.
• Green chilli paste - 1 tablespoon.
• Onion - 1 slice.
• Capsicum - 1/2 slice.
• Tomato sauce - 1 tablespoon.
• Green chilli sauce - 1 tablespoon.
Method:
  • Mix cornflour, maida, garlic-green chili paste, salt( as per taste) along with little warm water to make a thick paste.
  • Dip Cauliflower florets into this paste and deep fry them until golden brown and set them aside.

For gravy:

  • Boil gobi for 5 minutes in hot water, strain and keep aside.
  • Now in a kadai, heat little oil and fry onions until transparent.
  • To this add ginger garlic paste and fry.
  • Then add chopped capsicum and fry them for a minute.
  • Later add soy sauce, chili sauce, tomato sauce, and saute it for a few seconds.
  • To this add about 3 tablespoons of water and fried and cool the gobi bajias.
  • Garnish with fresh coriander leaves and serve hot.





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Articles


Veg Manchurian is among the most in-demand veg dishes from the Indo -- Chinese cuisine you will likely have in most part of India,

Vegetable Manchurian recipe is probably the handful of dishes enjoyed by all ages group in family whether we are referring to the kids or grandparents. Although people do not usually like cooking for a really long time specifically when they've other stuff to do; however, when making Gobi veg Manchurian, time flies by and you're simply left there basking in the ultimate masterpiece once it's completely made.   The bit of a crunch of the cauliflower and also the power-packed flavor of the gravy actually does give you the bang for your buck when you are making this dish.

 t's a type of special-occasion restaurant items. When non-veggies enjoy chili chicken; veggies will probably be found enjoying gobi manchurian with fried rice. This doesn't mean that non-veggies are satisfied with only the chili chicken, they certainly pick up some gobi manchurain too. This dish is appreciated by both veggies and non-veggies,

 

Types of vegetaraini Manchurian with cauliflower:

There are two distinct variations of gobi Manchurian, dry and with gravy. The two variations are prepared through the use of common ingredients like cauliflower, corn flour, all-purpose (maida) flour, spring onion, capsicum, soy sauce, chili sauce, chopped garlic, ground pepper, etc. and contains typical garnish of spring onion. Few tasty recipes require using of Ajinomoto to boost the flavor, although some people might avoid it because of myths about its unhealthiness.   Its flavor may differ from mild spicy to sizzling and hot depending on the recipe and individual preference.

 

Procedure for Gobi Manchurian:

There are two parts for this recipe -

 Fried gobi (Cauliflower) and Manchurian Gravy

For fried gobi, cut the cauliflower into florets. Include it in the water after it reaches a boil. Cover and cook for less than 5 minutes; don’t cook the florets any longer, because they need to stay crispy. Coat the gobi.  Dip the cauliflower florets in the batter one-by-one. The batter must completely cover the whole floret. Fry it deep in the hot oil.

 

For hot sauce (gravy) heat oil in the pan. Add garlic, ginger, celery and serrano pepper. Sauté and add soup, soya sauce, tomato paste, agave or maple syrup, rice vinegar, chili paste and pepper. Simmer and stir often.  Stir cold water and corn starch together. Add to gravy mixture and stir to add in. Cook it until gravy get become thick.

 

Since both cauliflower and sauce are prepared, whenever you mix them, there's no need to cook them at a high temperature or even for a long time period. Only cook the mixture for enough time to heat everything through.



 

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vahuser Posted on Wed Dec 15 2010

i want to know the recipe and video of gobi manchuria

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vahuser Posted on Wed Dec 15 2010

i want to know the recipe and video of gobi manchuria

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vahuser Posted on Sat Jan 09 2010

besides teh fact abt gobi isnt mentioned, wat abt ajinamoto??..wat abt that??..plz makre a video..to make a gobi manchurian or any other curry wid cauliflower wid gravy, and NOT dry

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vahuser Posted on Sat Dec 12 2009

Not clear!!! first it said fry gobi florets,then said for gravy boil the gobi...Please check and make some changes...

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vahuser Posted on Tue Apr 07 2009

First, you mention that aginomoto is needed and I don't see where the aginomoto was used. There is no mention to that. After you have fried the gobi, why do we have to boil it again?? Please add a video as making gobi manchuri can be very tricky.

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vahuser Posted on Wed Nov 19 2008

people are rightly making a mess of the gobi bhajias. they are following your recipe, making bhajias and then boiling the bhajias for 5 mins. actually the gobi should be boiled for 5 mins to make a stock for the gravy and making gobi tender. THEN thi

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vahuser Posted on Thu Sep 18 2008

I feel the recepie is perfect. The reason its said fry gobi and then boil it is because you have to make gobi fried balls first and then make gravy, these two are made seperately and both of them requires gobi as an ingredient. This is an excellent w

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vahuser Posted on Wed May 07 2008

could you please explain well. Please check our reviews.

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vahuser Posted on Wed Mar 19 2008

Could u pls add its video...so that it will b better to understand.

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vahuser Posted on Mon Jan 14 2008

U said to fry the gobi floretss first in the batter then u said to boil the gobi??????????? not at all clear....please make changes

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vahuser Posted on Mon Jan 07 2008

Receipe is not complete. In it, it is told that boil gobi for 5 mins. and what to do with that. Do we need to add this to the fried onions.

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