Monday, June 6, 2011

Soya Gobi Manchurian

After a long, i prepared some manchurians at home by combining both soya chunks and cauliflower florets,this combo turned out absolutely delicious,prefect and tasty as well as a healthy side dish to enjoy simply with a bowl of hot steaming rice...This manchurian tastes super delicious when served along with simple vegetarian fried rice, whoever says no to soya will definitely enjoy this soya and gobi manchurian,a wonderful and ultimate combo..Since i have picky eaters at home who dont even touch soyachunks enjoyed having this inviting manchurian along with fried rice and served twice..Yep we loved it that much..

Soya Gobi Manchurian

10nos Soyachunks (cooked)
15nos Cauliflower florets
1tsp Dark Soya sauce
1/2cup Corn flour
2tbsp All purpose flour
1tsp Red chilli sauce
Salt(if needed)
Water
Oil for deep frying

For Manchurian:
1cup Green bell pepper (cubed)
1no Onion Chopped
3nos Garlic cloves( minced)
1tsp Ginger (minced)
1tsp Light soya sauce
1tsp Green chilli sauce
1tsp Tomato ketchup
1tsp White vinegar
2tbsp Sesame Oil
1tbsp Coriander leaves (chopped)
Salt (if needed)

Mix the flours, sauces,cooked soyachunks and cauliflower florets with salt together except the oil for deepfrying until they gets well coated.. deep fry the marinated soya & cauliflower cubes until they turn brown...now heat the sesame oil, add immediately the chopped onion with minced garlic cloves,minced ginger, saute for a few minutes, add immediately the bell peppers with light soya sauce, green chilli sauce, tomato ketchup and white vinegar,toss everything for few minutes or until the oil get separates, add salt if needed...add now the deep fried soyas & gobis to the veggies, mix well until they get well mixed with the sauces..add finally the coriander leaves and put off the stove...

Serv as side dish!

43 comments:

  1. Its been a really long time since I made manchurian .... after seeing ur post I too want to make it. Looks delicious

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  2. mouthwatering manchurian..yummm !!

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  3. mouthwatering manchurian..yummm !!

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  4. Adding soya chunks in manchurian makes it wonderful..

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  5. Soya gobi manchurian looks tempting, healthy and testy..

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  6. sounds new to me... wish I could taste some.

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  7. wow...Looks so tempting and yummy...

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  8. What an appetizing dish:-) Mouthwatering:-)

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  9. Wow tats a fantastic combo...manchurian looks so yummy n mouth watering...slurp!!!!

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  10. y am unable to c ur "Sweet Whole Moongdal Kozhukatta" post linked thru "Reading list" ??

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  11. Hi Priya,

    Wonderful clicks as usual nd feel like grabing the bowl right now!!!!!!

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  12. that's a good idea priya! would try it out sometime :P

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  13. that's a good idea priya! would try it out sometime :P

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  14. This Manchurian looks wonderful. Love all these flavors ... yummy post!

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  15. thats a lovely combination!! delicious!

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  16. This looks lively Priya! so much color..

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  17. I bet this should taste great,nice idea priya, have to try sometime!

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  18. it's been some time manchurian came vising my hearth- ur lovely click tempts me to make it sometime soon !

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  19. I'm a big fan of soya chunks ... and your manchurian looks very delicious.
    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  20. i love this Manchurian Recipe..thanks for sharing.
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  21. Love love thesem and your look so perfect and yumm.

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  22. I love gobhi manchurian very much. Looks yummy and tempting. Perfect with paratha.

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  23. I'm bookmarking this recipe, because I truly am loving the cauliflower fried this way with the tofu, and and sauces, along with the peppers.
    Thanks for sharing this amazing recipe, Priya:DDD

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  24. It sounds healthy and looks really a mouth watering dish.

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  25. Mouthwatering manchurian..loved the idea..looks tempting.

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  26. Awesome combo..looks so tempting and yumm!!

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  27. Have never been a fan of soya, altho i found a great soya granules recipe, now i will try your recipe!! Looks delicious & doesnt even need store bought manchurian sauce!

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  28. Yummy Gobi manchurian...the colors are very inviting!!!

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  29. nice and delicious way of making soya chunks so tasty

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  30. I agree with satrupa...I too want to eat it, since we love the Indo-Chinese more than the original Chinese version & at home we can do just that!!

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  31. I love manchurian !! this looks so healthy and very tempting !!

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  32. Adding soya for manchurian is a lovely idea

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  33. somehow i mess up with gobi manchurian ...you have done it so perfectly looks fab!!

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