As mentioned in my previous post, i am posting the cauliflower manchurian gravy recipe, which i made as a side for Fried rice. Check out my cauliflower dry manchurian and Gobi 65 recipe.
|CAULIFLOWER||1 MEDIUM FLOWER|
|ONION||2 BIG NOS.|
|GREEN CHILLI||3 NOS.|
|REDCHILLI POWDER||1/2 TSP|
|TOMATO SAUCE||1 TSP|
|SOYA SAUCE||1/2 TSP|
|PEPPER POWDER||1/2 TSP|
- Cut the cauliflower into big florets and immerse it in boiling water. Keep it inside for 2 mins. Drain the water and pat dry in a kitchen towel. In a bowl add one tbsp of corn flour , maida, red chilli powder and required salt and make it a thin batter by adding water to it.
- In a pan, add the oil required for frying. dip the cauliflower florets in the batter and fry it in the oil and drain the excess oil using a kitchen towel. Keep it aside.
- Chop the onions, garlic, ginger, green chillies very finely. Cut the capsicum into cubes.
- In a pan, add 2 tbsp of oil and add the finely chopped onion, green chilli , and ginger one by one and saute for a few minutes, till it becomes golden brown. When it is done, add the cubed capsicum and saute for a few minutes and add the tomato sauce and soya sauce and pepper powder.
- Add a little bit of salt and remember the sauce contains salt also we have added salt to the cauliflower.
- Now add the fried cauliflower to it and coat it nicely with the masala.
- If you want to serve this as dry manchurian just stop with this step.
If you want a semi gravy type then follow the next step.
- Now mix another tbsp of corn flour in 1/2 cup of water and add to the cauliflower. Mix it nicely. Keep it on a medium flame for 2 to 3 mins. Switch off the stove. Garnish with the green part of spring onion. Enjoy with Fried rice.
Thats a lovely pic …one of my fav in chinese cuisine…just loved it..can have it anytime of the day….
excellent click dear.. gobi machurian apdiye unga dining table ku "vaa vaa" nu koopadra mathiriye iruku!! 🙂
Yummmmmmy… Feel like just grabbing from the screen.. excellent clicks…
congrats on the award…
I had been waiting for this post. Looks sooooo good…
my favorite. looks very tempting, jeyashri.
I love this a lot..U made me drool 🙂
Thank u so much friends. Your comments r really encouraging
A good recipe with drool worthy pictures! Nice shot!
Gobi manchuria is my favourite….love this version…love that fried rice too….awesome and mouth watering click…
Oh dear, wat a tempting dish…my favourite..Excellent clicks!
looks delightful..just had my dinner and you are still tempting me with that gobi manchurian..
yummy receipe and love to have right now. Your picture is making me hungry.
Pic is xlent.
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Looks really great!Must say great combination it is, with fried rice!
butterly surya,sowmya,vidhya roa and padhu welcome to my blog.Expecting ur continous support to all my forthcoming posts too.
Looks very ravishing…
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Delicious manchurian jayashri.. yummy blog! Following.. do check my blog dear!
Very tempting manchurian,nice shot…And congrats on ur awards…
first time here. Cauliflower manchurian looks o delicious..please do visit my blog!
Yummm…Lovely click..Thanks for visitng Collaborative curry 🙂
Wow that is an awesome manchurian, the veggie rice is also great. All your photos are picture perfect and congrats on your awards.
Wow, luks so colorful..
COngrats on your awards, buddy…enjoy!:)
wow great pic. and delicious recipe yes perfect choice for fried rice.
the manchurian looks very excellent and the picture looks tempting.you can visit my blog and give ur comments.
Congrats on the awards, Manchurian looks amazing and tempting..xllnt click!! Wish u & ur family happy & prosperous diwali..
I wish I could grab some from the picture.
Fried rice looks perfect to go with the manchurian
First time here..you have a wonderful blog… Great going!
My favorite.. this looks so tempting and with that perfect fried rice – unbeatable.
The taste, flavor etc were ok, except that the gopis were undercooked. Thinking of pressure cook it for a whistle or two. Btw when to add pepper powder? Tried Tomatoe rice & Venpongal your way & we were extremely happy with the delicious result 🙂 This is one of the most useful site for both learners & others. Thanks a million for your time & sharing your knowledge to help others.
If you feel under cooked, just boil in the water for 3-4 minutes extra. Do not pressure cook. It will be mashed. I have updated the addition of pepperpowder in the recipe. You can add adfter adding soya sauce.
Thanks for the feed back
Thanks. Cooked the gopis correctly this time. But couldn't getthe last times taste. Ha ha. I think I have to prepare this again & again till I get it right. Practice makes perfect.
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