Gobi Manchurian dry

 

 

 

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I love Gobi Manchurian, who does not like it, I usually make Gobi Manchurian gravy, this time I tried dry and it came out yum, so I decided I will share my recipe here. It’s a very easy and simple recipe, which goes well with fried rice or you can eat it just like that, so here goes my recipe.

Basic Information:
Preparation Time: 10 minutes.
Idle Time: NIL
Cooking Time: 30 minutes
makes:   Serves 2 or 3

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What you will need

Small cauliflower cut and boiled in salt and turmeric

Ginger and garlic paste 1tsp

¼ cup Maida/all purpose flour

¼ cup corn flour

Water as required

Salt ½ tsp

1 small onion finely chopped

2 to 3 pods of garlic finely chopped

4 to 6 green chills chopped

¼ cup coriander chopped

½ cup Spring onions chopped

Soy sauce 1 tsp

Tomato sauce 1 tsp

Oil for frying + tadka

Pepper 1 tsp

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How to make

In a bowl take the Maida and corn flour , add salt, ginger garlic paste and water make it into a batter , add the boiled cauliflower coat it with the batter and deep-fry in the oil, once it’s done keep it aside.

In another pan, take 2 tsp oil once the oil is hot and the chopped garlic, onion, chillies and sauté it for 2 minutes, then add the sauces, fry again for 2 minutes , then add the deep-fried Gobi and mix well, add the pepper and spring onions and its ready to serve.

Notes

If you want to make gravy, just use the left over batter add some water and add after the onion, chilly, garlic and sauces are cooked, the add the Gobi and the Gobi Manchurian gravy is ready

If the batter is not left, just take a spoon of corn flour add water and mix it with onion, chilles, garlic and sauces and it’s done.

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