Gobi Manchurian

Its been a while I posting some new recipe  here. Today we are starting with 40th Edition of Blogging Marathon. Wow I can't believe  its already 40th  Edition. I have been part of this BM since 5th edition. It was amazing doing this marathon with different themes each month. All the credit goes to Srivalli. Got to know different kind of  yummy and delicious  food from all the members of this marathon.

For week 1, am here with some delicious evening snacks. Next 3 days we  are gonna have  a feast in my house. Because all the 3 dishes are my family favorite snacks. For day 1, am here with Gobi Manchurian. One of the famous Indi-Chinese dish.

We need:

Cauliflower  1 medium
Capsicum / Bell pepper 1/2
Onion 1 medium
Slit green chilies 2
Ginger and Garlic chopped 1 spoon
Salt to taste
Soy sauce 2 spoons
Chili Garlic sauce 1spoon
Vinegar 1/2spoon
Chopped cilantro 3spoons
Chopped green onion 1cup
Corn flour 3 spoons
Maida 1spoon
Chili powder 1spoon
Food color pinch( optional)
Oil for deep frying


Cut Cauliflower into small to medium size florets.
Soak these florets in hot water for 15 to 20 minutes.
Drain water and add corn flour, maida, salt, chili powder, food color and mix well.
Add very little water if required.
Let it rest for 5 minutes before deep frying.
Heat oil and drop  few  floret at a time and fry so that they do not stick to each other.
Fry till crisp and remove.
Continue this process with rest of the florets.
In a large wok heat 2 spoons of oil.
Add chopped or crushed ginger and garlic.
Saute for few seconds and add cut onion and capsicum pieces. also add slit green chilies.
Saute for 2 to 3 minutes on  medium flame.
Now add vinegar, chili garlic sauce, soy sauce.
Mix well and add the fried gobi or cauliflower florets.
Adjust salt to taste.

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Padmajha said...

My kids love this too!Looks so nice Suahma...

Varada's Kitchen said...

I love gobi manchurian. Yours looks a lovely golden color.

Sarita said...

Looks yummy.. My kids and my fav too.

Priya Suresh said...

Very tempting gobi manchurian, i dont mind finishing that bowl.

Srivalli said...

Nice to know you have been doing with us since 5th edition Sushma..we have surely come a long way...Gobi Manchurian is all time favorite..bring it on!

Pavani said...

Yummy looking gobhi manchurian..

Harini R said...

This is a great party appetizer which never fails to impress!

Chef Mireille said...

one of my fave indo-chinese dishes

Nisha said...

This is a all time favourite appetizer. Lovely snack.

veena said...

such a yummy looking dish!!

Suma Gandlur said...

This is all time favorite starter.