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Gobi Manchurian

By: Charishma Ramchandani of

Its YUMMY! Very easy to make and filling!!

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Serves 4 people

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A real treat for cauliflower lovers!


1 no. Cauliflower(medium, washed & broken into big florettes)
2 tsps. Ginger(finely chopped)
1 tsp Garlic(finely chopped)
¼ cup Flour
3 tbsps. Corn Flour
¼ tsp Red Chili Powder
2 nos. Red Chilies(dry)
3 tbsps. Vegetable Oil
1 tbsp Milk

1 small bunch spring onion, finely chopped 1 1/2 cups water


  1. Boil the florettes for 3-4 minutes in plenty of water to which a tbsp. of milk has been added.
  2. Drain and pat dry on a clean cloth.
  3. Make a thin batter out of the flour and cornflour, adding 1/4 tsp. each of ginger, garlic, red chilli powder and salt to taste.
  4. Dip the florettes in the batter one by one and deep fry in hot oil. Keep aside.
  5. In the remaining oil, add the remaining ginger, garlic and crushed red chilli. Fry for a minute.
  6. Add salt and spring onions. Stir fry for a minute.
  7. Add 1 1/2 cups water and bring to a boil.
  8. Add 1 tbsp. cornflour to 1/4 cup water. Dissolve well.
  9. Gradually add to the gravy and stir continuously till it resumes boiling.
  10. Boil till the gravy becomes transparent.
  11. Add florettes and 2-3 tbsp. soya sauce.
  12. Boil for 2 more minutes. Remove.
  13. Serve hot with rice or noodles.

Latest Comments

By r mohajir on 3/13/2010 12:42:00 PM

In all these recepies only maida is used along with corn flour ,never wheat flour .

By rachana on 5/6/2009 9:44:00 PM

Too gooood. Both me n my husband enjoyed it.. Thanks.

By Rizu on 2/16/2009 1:38:00 AM

U can add 2 tbsp besan powder with maida and last stage u can add 1 tbsp tomato ketcup for more taste and can substitute with redchilli sauce with chilli flakes.Finally add Chopped Fresh Coriander, it looks nice. Thank you

By Tina on 10/9/2008 10:38:00 PM

I was reading the comments section , and all the questions asked I have made Gobi Manchurian many times ..so coming back to the question as to whether it's Maida or wheat ka atta (wheat flour) its always Maida , when they say just Flour,other wise its always mentioned. but try adding some besan ka atta and a little bit of rice ka atta (flour) its comes out nice a crispy along with the maida off course

By amraj singh on 7/13/2008 8:57:00 PM

it is a really good recipy

By bharti on 3/22/2008 1:06:00 AM

pl. let me which flour is used to make gobi manchurian is it wheat flour or maida

By shivani on 3/9/2007 1:27:00 PM

Please let me know which flour it is? Is it wheat flour or maida.

By vaishali on 9/25/2006 6:59:00 AM

please let us know what flour is used, maida or wheat flour or anything else and isnt any sauce used for such recepies like soya sauce or ajinomoto.


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