Cauliflower Manchurian

An Indian version of a Chinese recipe

Cauliflower Manchurian

An Indian version of a Chinese recipe

Category : Vegetarian, Curries

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By barathi raghuram

Published On: 12 Jan 2005

Rating: 4
23 Votes, 20 Reviews
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40 Minutes
Served : 3
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Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

Mix together the bengal gram powder, 1 tbsp corn flour, rice flour, chilly powder and salt using either milk or water.

Step 2

Cut the cauliflower into smaller florets and marinate in the batter for 30 minutes.

Step 3

Deep fry in oil making sure that the cauliflower is well covered by the batter.

Step 4

Heat some oil in another pan.

Step 5

Fry the garlic and green chillies, till an aroma comes.

Step 6

Add onions, capsicum and a little bit of spring onions.

Step 7

Stir fry, till cooked.

Step 8

Add some water followed by the soya sauce, ajino moto, salt and white pepper.

Step 9

Allow it to boil.

Step 10

Cook, till the vegetables are cooked.

Step 11

After about 15 minutes on medium flame, add the fried cauliflower to the gravy.

Step 12

To make the gravy thick, add 1 tbsp of corn flour in water and pour into the boiling gravy.

Step 13

Simmer for 5 minutes.

Step 14

Garnish with spring onions.

Step 15

:- Serve with fried rice.

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reshmy

Very nice

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Arun

This was tooooooooooooooooooo good. Excellent

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Anupama Ganesh

Very tasty and good with chappathis too.Did not add ajinomoto or cornflour.Used all purpose flour instead of cornflour,but turned out good.Will try with cornflour next time.

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Prathibha

Tasty recipe..worth trying.

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vinu

very gud dish

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margie

Tasted good... My husband liked it a lot. Thank you...

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kirsttttttttttttttttt

it was yum but too spicy

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sindhu

thanks for the receipe..it turned out really well even for a newbie like me

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rizwana

we like it

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Anita

such a good recipe...it came out soo good...my husband jus loved it...!!!

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susan

very easy and tasty dish. thanks a lot.

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Rizwana Imthiyas

It`z really Amazing !!!!

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Sreeja

This was a good one. Very different from what I usually make with cauliflowers. Did not use ajinomotto, but still turned out to be very tasty!

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bhavani

this was excellent and all my family friends liked it thanx 4 such a nice recipe

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SR

This was really liked by me,my hubby and my in laws.

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babu

very good and tasty..........thank u

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RK

It came out very well. Thank you for a wonderful recipe.

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linda

It turned out to be really nice ..my husband liked it a lot.

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Sumeet

A very good recipe - very tasty and my guests loved it. Thank you

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Riya

If you add, soya sauce, chilli sauce & tomato sauce, it tastes very good!

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