Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Baked Tandoori Gobi

Its been a long i prepared tandooris either with meats or veggies at home, this weekend i simply prepared this wonderful looking tandoori gobi with a medium sized cauliflower head along with usual spices..They turned out excellent, delicious,mildly spicy and quite easy to feed whoever loves cauliflower as any form..Very simple starter,definitely a crowd pleaser..Once they comes out of the oven,the aroma of this baked tandoori gobi just filled the whole home...We simply had this catchy tandoori gobi for our snacks with a cup of tea, since its baked its much more better than the fried ones..


1medium size Cauliflower head
1/2cup Thick yogurt
1tsp Kashmiri Red chilly
1/2tsp Paprika powder
1tsp Ginger garlic paste
1tsp Lemon juice
Salt
2tsp Oil
1/2tsp Garam masala powder
1/2tsp Cumin powder

Cut the cauliflower head as medium sized florets, drop them in salted hot water for few seconds, drain the water and keep aside,meanwhile in a large bowl, take the kashimiri red chilly powder,paprika powder,ginger garlic paste,yogurt,lemon juice,garam masala powder,oil,cumin powder and salt,mix everything well and make a thick paste, add the cauliflower florets to the prepared spice paste,mix everything well and keep aside for an hour..

Preheat the oven to 350F, line a baking sheet over a baking tray,arrange the marinated cauliflower florets over the lined baking sheet and bake for 20-25minutes,turn the florets on both sides twice while baking.

Serve hot with a dash of chaat masala..

55 comments:

  1. Really - a simple, tasty and healthy snack to have with tea!

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  2. Simple, easy & healthy... Thanks for sharing.

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  3. wow! thats an easy recipe Priya ! will try soon !

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  4. These are definitely a crowd pleaser...Looks so inviting.

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  5. Wow,that's a cool idea! Looks wonderful!

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  6. Yummm....perfect snack. And the colour looks perfect.

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  7. Looking so nice !!! healthy& delicious!!

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  8. Oooh! Yummy! This looks so irresitible.

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  9. Luv this anytime and I can munch on these alltime. Nice and colourful

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  10. Love the color and looks so so tempting too.

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  11. certainly better version than frying...The color looks appealing

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  12. Wow I am craving for some Priya ...looks so delicious!

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  13. c licks are so inviting.......luks crispy n delicious

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  14. I am drooling over your picture priya. It looks crispy. I like this baked version.

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  15. The gobi looks really really yummy...perfect for the cold winter...

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  16. Oh, Priya, that's heavenly. The best cauliflower has the Indian treatment. Just mouthwatering.

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  17. i love your simple way of baking these.. i think i am gonna try this out soon.

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  18. You have made it simple Priya!

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  19. Wow..The aroma reached here..Yum.

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  20. Lovely clicks and perfectly done cauliflower.

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  21. Looks wonderful. Mouthwatering :)

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  22. Wow baked one :) yumm .. totally droolworthy one priya.

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  23. Looks crispy and perfect....perfect healthy starter

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  24. wow..looks so tempting..perfect for snack.:)

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  25. This sounds delicious. I've not made this dish but Gobi Manchurian is much loved by my family and I suspect they will love this one as well. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  26. looks so crispy and delicious,mouthwatering recipe.

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  27. I have to get some kashmiri chilly powder, love the color. Awesome snack!!

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  28. Simple and healthy :) full utilization of seasonal vegetable ;)

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  29. yes Priya most of the days naan cook pannieruppen neenga adha post pannuveenga :) this baked tandorri gobi looks super crispy and tasty, so tempting...
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  30. Oooh! Yummy! This looks so irresistible.

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  31. AWESOME!!!! I so so love this recipe priya.How have you been ????It has been so long since I came here...been too busy with the baby.

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  32. oh my! truly brilliant! i love it!!!

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  33. ths sounds wonderful...ll surely try this for ma notty pie... ma son is a great fan of gobis

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  34. siple and healthy baked gobis..love that dark red color..love to follow u priya

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  35. Looks colorful!!! Nice healthy recipe, romba nalla irruku Priya.

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  36. Wow Priya-sthat's so creative, tandoori gobhi! Gobhi is great!!

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  37. Very tempting picture- feel like grabbing...

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  38. Super..love this baked tandoori gobi!!!

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