Tuesday, March 9, 2010


Most of the people are very fond of cauliflower (gobi) and I am one among them. I would love them to have as a curry or sidedish or as a starters the most. When thinking of gobi starters , ''GOBI MANCHURIAN'' is only the one that clicks my mind. All in my family just die to have this at any time. Therez nothing to explain about this popular dish. In short, it tastes superb and tempting will be the same even after having them. Am I right? My daughter just adore to have only the fried florets. So till the final stage, I get only the half to prepare the rest :) hahaha.


1 Medium sized Gobi.

4 tbsp Maida.

1 tbsp Cornflour.

2 tsp Ginger Garlic paste.

2 tsp Soya sause.

1 egg whites.

Salt and White pepper to taste.

Oil for deep fry.

Red colour (optional).


2 Onions.

1 Capsicum.

1 tbsp Chopped Ginger.

2 tbsp Chopped Garlic.

2 Slits of Green chilli.

3 tbsp Soya sause.

2 tbsp Tomato sause.

2 tbsp Chilli sause.

Pinch of ajinamoto.

Red Colour (Optional).

Salt to taste.

White pepper to taste.

1 tbsp Oil.

3 tbsp Water.

Chopped Coriander or Spring onion for garnish.


Cut the gobi into medium sized florets. Wash them cleanly and patch it dry with a tissue.

Heat oil in kadai. Add all the ingredients for frying on cleaned florets and deep fry them till golden brown.

Heat 1 tbsp oil in a pan. Fry chopped ginger , garlic and red chilli. Then, drop in the onions and capsicum with a pinch of salt. Make sure not to fry for long. Will be tasty only if its little bit crunchy.

Add all the sause, ajinamoto and white pepper. Then add 3 tbsp water. If you prefer to add red colour, then this is the right stage to add next so that it mix up equally in water. Add lastly the fried florets. Saute them for few min until all the florets gets well coated with the sause.

Garnish with coriander or spring onions.



sowmya's creative saga said...

lovely..picture is so tempting...

shanthi said...

Tempting.. would like to have it right now.

roopa said...

looks so tasty , can i have some please :)

Vrinda said...

Yummy and colorful manchurian...

Curry Leaf said...

Yum yum I too love this Suma.:P :P

DEESHA said...

I love this .. really yummy

ARUNA said...

Looks so colorful n pretty!

Suma Rajesh said...

thanks all for the lovly comments..

Priya said...

Fantastic and delicious manchurian, my fav..

Gita said...

Colorful and yummy gobi manchurian dear...looks tempting :)

Cham said...

Wonderful and delicious manchurian!

Sushma Mallya said...

i too love this manchurian...looks tempting suma..

Madhavi said...

Mouth watering enrty!!

srikars kitchen said...

looks yummy delicious.. nice click..

Babli said...

Gobi manchurian looks spicy, colourful, delicious and tempting. Wonderful presentation.

Aparna S Mallya said...

looks delicious!

M D said...

Hey, I stumbled to ur site from Aparna's comments page. I am from Mangalore too, so nice to meet bloggers from Mangalore community! Gobi Manchurian looks good and tempting :)

meeso said...

Oh yeah... that looks sooooo delicious!

Supriya Nair said...

Love the color and the presentation of the Gobi Machurian. Well done.

Suma Rajesh said...

thanks :)