Gobi 65


Oh God I have been missing from the blogging world, I have been travelling a lot and that the reason for my absence. Ok coming to the recipe this is a very simple recipe. I feel it’s better than Gobi manchurian or maybe I prefer Gobi this way. So let’s start the cooking.

Basic Information:
Preparation Time:15 minutes.
Idle Time: 1/2 an hour or overnight
Cooking Time: 15-20 minutes
Makes: 2 to 3 servings

What you will need

One medium sized Gobi – cut and boiled in salt and turmeric water.

Maida 1 tbsp

Corn flour 2 tbsp

Garlic paste – 1 tsp

Ginger paste – I tsp

Green chilli paste – 1tsp

Salt to taste

Vinegar – 1 tsp

Soy sauce – ½ tspn

Tomato sauce – 1 tsp

Oil for deep frying

1 Chopped Onions for garnishing with little chat masala to sprinkle on the chopped onions.

Required water for mixing the batter

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How to make

First boil the Gobi drain and keep it aside. Then take a bowl mix the Maida, corn flour, all the sauces, pastes, salt, water required and mix well, the batter is ready. In the batter add the Gobi and deep fry it until golden brown and it done. Just garnish it with the onions and serve it.


You can marinate the Gobi for few hours before deep frying.

Or you can marinate overnight also, it tastes better.

Also you can add deep-fried curry leaves for garnishing and also garnishing is optional.


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