Friday, September 7, 2012

Gobi Manchurian

I have been sleeping so much this week and here I am awake at 2.30 am browsing TV channels and there is nothing interesting to watch, also Divya requested this post soon so she could try it over the weekend :). So I thought I might as well compose this post and put it up.

Gobi Manchurian needs no introduction, atleast in India it doesn't ;). I wonder why this dish is so popular here and nobody gets bored of this dish. Have you seen that map picture where they mark the china area as "Gobi Manchurian" ? These days Gobi Manchurian reminds me of that map picture and  I go he-he!.

A favorite restaurant starter order for many, but its quite easy to make it at home as well. If you make Indo-Chinese at home often, you must already be having all the ingredients for the sauce. So make Gobi 65 and the sauce, dunk the Gobi 65 in the sauce and your Manchurian is ready.

Gobi Manchurian



Ingredients

Serves - 2
Spice Level - Moderately spicy
Prep Time - 20 min
Cook time - 20 min


Make Gobi 65 for a medium sized cauliflower.

For the sauce

Spring Onion white part [bulbs] - 5 , sliced thinly
Spring Onion green part - 3-4 Tbsp
Garlic cloves - 5 chopped finely
Capsicum - 1/2 , chopped thinly 1 inch pieces
Green Chilli - 2 , chopped finely
Soya sauce - 1 Tsp
Tomato Ketchup/Sauce - 2 Tbsp
Green Chilli sauce - 1 Tsp
Red Chilli Sauce - 1 Tsp
Corn flour - 1 Tsp mixed with 2 Tbsp water
Salt - as per need
Oil - 3 Tbsp


How do you do it

Make Gobi 65 as done here and keep aside

Heat oil in a kadai. Add the chopped garlic and saute on medium heat for a minute. Add the spring onion white part , chopped green chilli and saute for 3-4 minutes until it starts to sweat. Add the capsicum pieces and saute for a couple of more minutes. Now add the soya sauce,tomato ketchup, green chilli sauce,red chilli sauce, salt and mix well. Let it heat for a minute. Add the corn flour paste now and mix well. Add the gobi 65 and spring onion green part now and wrap well. Saute for a minute more and switch off flame.

Garnish with spring onion greens and serve with any variety rice of your choice or with roti/naan.


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3 Yummmm:

Julie September 7, 2012 at 5:47 PM  

wow,yummy manchurian :)

radha September 8, 2012 at 11:04 AM  

The manchurian looks delicious.

Payal Singhal September 13, 2012 at 1:04 PM  

Looks good and very tempting!

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