Gobi Manchurian

Its more than 4 years that i have stared blogging, and only very few posts, i still have no celebrations of my bloggy b'days, i know i may have umpteen reasons to get away with an excuse for not updatings things properly, but at the same time only one reason to still continue with my blog baby, i love cooking and sharing. There are  people like you all who still love and encourage me in doing my small passion.
Anyways apart from my stories, this recipe is our fav and this was in my draft for ever, i had saved it in draft for pretty long time, may be during my first year of blogging, and now i  really felt i have to at any cost post our very favourite dish, just re-did it a few days ago and took pictures ; the pictures i took then  with my point and shoot camera  weren' so good; i know im still learning and need to go a long way, but still....  Now , back to the recipe an ever famous Indo- chinese appetizer. This is a dry version that i have made, making mere changes to the quantity of the ingredients you can make it a dry or gravy to your wish.


4 cups Cauliflower florets or 1 medium Cauliflower
1 cup All Purpose flour / Maida
1 cup Cornflour
1 tbsp Red Chili Powder
Salt to taste

For the Sauce:
2 medium Onion ( cubed )
1 Green Capsicum ( cubed )
3 Green Chilies
1 tbsp Ginger - Garlic paste
4 tbsp Garlic ( chopped )
2 Spring Onions ( white and green chopped seperately )
3 tbsp Tomato Sauce
1 1/2 tbsp Soya Sauce
1 tsp Vinegar ( opt )
1 tsp Pepper ( adjust to your taste )
Salt to taste

  • Prepare a thick batter mixing all purpose flour, corn flour , chili powder & salt.( do not make the batter watery or a dripping consistency)
  • Mix it with Cauliflower and keep it aside for 1hr.
  • Heat oil & deep fry  Cauliflower until golden brown and crisp.
  • Heat oil in a kadai, add in chopped garlic, green chilies  and saute.
  • Add in Onion, white of the spring onion and  ginger -  garlic paste, saute until just translucent.
  • Add in the sauces, pepper and mix well.
  • Mix in the fried cauliflower and add salt if needed.
  • Garnish with Spring Onion and Serve


  1. looks mouthwatering n delicious......

  2. They looks so perfect and inviting dear...yummy

  3. Looks really yummy and delicious!

  4. I know, me too have plenty of reasons for not updating on a regular basis, but then the passion never dies for us bloggers !! Loved the manchurian, awesome clicks :)

  5. Gobi manchurian is spot on :) totally love it


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