Saturday, November 1, 2008

Recipe Marathon- RM1 -Cauliflower/Brocolli Manchurian


Hi friends, I have decided to join the Recipe Marathon hosted by DK . I hope I can keep up with the Marathon:) .....As my first dish I decided to post about a favorite Indo-Chinese dish - Gobi Manchurian. I made a slight variation by adding Brocolli too. I hope you enjoy it when you try it yourself:)....


This is how I made:

Ingredients:

Cauliflower florets - 10 medium sized florets
Brocolli (I buy the already cut ones): 10 florets

Marinade for the Cauliflower and Brocolli:

Tandoori powder: 1 teaspoon (paste can also be used)
Red chilli powder: 2 teaspoons
Ginger-Garlic paste: 2 teaspoons
Onion powder : 2 teaspoons
Lemon extract or Amchur powder: as per taste
All purpose flour: 1/4 cup
Cornstarch (Cornflour): 2 tablespoons
Salt: as per taste
Water: to make a smooth paste

Oil: For deep frying the Cauliflower and Brocolli

Garnish: coriander leaves, thinly sliced onions


Method:

Wipe dry the cauliflower and brocolli florets. Make a smooth paste of the marinade. Heat oil for frying. Dip the cauliflower and brocolli florets one by one in the marinade and make sure you get a thick coating of the marinade on each floret. Deep fry the florets and drain them on a paper towel. Manchurian is best eaten when it is hot. Garnish with coriander leaves and sliced onion. Serve it as an appetizer or as a side dish. I served it alongside Vegetable Fried Rice.


Note:

-If you wish to prepare it a little ahead of time, you may do so and then reheat them in a preheated oven (300 degree F) for about 20 minutes or until the florets become crisp again.

-Also you may prepare the gravy type Manchurian by adding the florets to the grav towards the end and very gently mixing it only once to coat the gravy. Remember that I told "only once" as mixing it more can cause the florets to lose their crispiness. Again Manchurian in gravy is best served hot.

Check out what my other Marathon buddies are upto :)


1) DK

2) Siri

3) Srivalli

4) Ranji

5) PJ

6) Curry Leaf

7) Medha

8) Priya

9) Bhawna

10) Raaji

11) Ruchii

12) Arundathi

13) Kamala

14) Divya Kudua

15) Rekha

16) Divya M

17) Lakshmi


15 comments:

DK said...

I thought I loved Gobi Manchurian, but then realised that my love was nothing compared to my hubby's passion for it! He wants Gobi Manchurian every week!!!!! I couldnt see your pics except the first one and that sure looks appetising :)

ranji said...

yummmmm roopa...been a very long time since i had manchurian...adding tandoori marinade is a brilliant idea...am really to have u onboard for RM :)...good luck!!!

kamala said...

Hi Roopa Nice to see you back in Marathon race..I couldnt open your page from the morning..Manchurian looks yummy

Cham said...

Delicous Manchurian. I am able to view only the 1 rst pict, Roopa :(
Best of luck to ur run!

rekhas kitchen said...

i will make with only cauliflower but with brocoli humm intresting will try this very nice to run with you

Srivalli said...

lovely manchurian!...though only the first picture is loading!..nice to have you running along!

Divya.M said...

Yummy manchurian.....cool recipe...not yet tasted brocolli ....will try out

Medhaa said...

Brocolli hmm ok I have started to try eating brocolli. But love manchurian.
Its fun running the marathon with you. Good Luck

Bhawana said...

hey this looks tempting. I too made manchurian but pic was very dark so thought of making that again. by the way why so I cant see rest of the pics. only first one is loading.

Madhu said...

Manchurian with Brocolli very innovative. Love to try this.

Roopa said...

thank you all friends:)
about the pics, yes there was problem in my computer and that caused those pics to get deleted some how. I decided to just post one pic:)

I am glad to join the marathon with you people:)

Siri said...

Love the first pic Roopa and 'Manchurian' is an alltime favorite!!

Glad to have u on RM 2 dear.

Cheers,
Siri

Divya Kudua said...

Hey Roopa..so nice to run with you in the marathon..!!And so happy to see that you'll be blogging non-stop..;-)Manchurian looks delicious and broccoli is a wonderful addition!!

Divya Kudua said...

hope my comment got saved..

Usha said...

Neat idea using broccoli in manchurian...looks good :-)

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