Gobi 65 is a dry curry . I love to have this as a evening snack. U can have this with chapatis if u like.. Its easy to make and this doesn’t take much time to do if u have all the ingredients.



Ingredients :-

Cauliflower-1
Cornflour-3 tbsp
Capsicum- 1 small cut into thin strips
Onion- 1 cut into thin strips
Tomato sauce- 1 ½ tsp
Soya sauce- 1 tsp
Ajinimotto- a pinch (optional)
Ginger-Garlic Paste - 1 tsp
Chilli sauce(optional) – ½ tsp
Chilli powder- 1 tsp
Salt to taste.
Oil



Method :-

1) Clean the cauliflower and cut into small florets.
2) Soak it in hot water for 5 minutes.
3) Drain the cauliflower florets and add corn flour,salt and chilli powder,Ginger-garlic paste to it. Do not add water to it. Just fold in with ur hands. If needed just sprinkle very little water.
4) Heat oil in a pan and deep fry the florets till golden brown . Set aside.
5) Add 2 tsp of oil in another pan and saute the onions and green pepper strips for 2 to 3 mins till the onions are transparent. Remove from fire and set aside.
6) In the same pan add 1 tsp of oil and add add the sauces and ajinimotto. Immediately add the cauliflower florets and saute for 2 minutes in a slow flame. Then add the onion ,green pepper strips. .. remove from flame..Gobi 65 is ready to eat.

24 Comments:

  1. Asha said...
    Mmm..!! Looks delicious!! Love the color and name 65 too!:))
    sowmya said...
    looks delicious..wii try it sometime
    Happy cook said...
    You woudn't believe if i say, when i saw the pic i was just drooling. Looks so delicious.
    Suma Rajesh said...
    i too luv to have gobi under different version of recipes...hey one small tip..while putting gobi's in hot water make sure u add u pinch of turmeric powder so that it cleans perfectly right from inside part too....
    Sireesha said...
    hey suma thanks for lovely tip from now onwards i will definitely add turmeric powder.
    Sireesha said...
    Asha,Sowmya,Happy cook,suma thanks for ur lovely coments......
    Laavanya said...
    Gobi 65 looks great.. a favourite at our home though I don't make very often! :)
    Mansi Desai said...
    wow, that looks inviting Sireesha! I've had this at an indian restaurant in Dallas, but never saw it anywhere her ein the bay area!:(
    Cham said...
    Lovely 65, very appetizing one Sireecha
    JennDZ - The Leftover Queen said...
    That looks like a terrific snack! Yum!
    Sukanya Ramkumar said...
    WOW... this is my fav. Looks so good. YUM! and crunchy. Loved it so much. Nice presentation.
    Vani said...
    The gobi 65 looks yummo!! And I loe the color of your palak rotis! :)
    Kristen said...
    Looks lovely!
    Mrs.SriLekha said...
    hi isha
    its delicious and happy to inform u that i have added ur blog to my blogroll.
    Swati Raman Garg said...
    hey what a rocking substitue for the chicken 65 .. drooled over it.. i will make gobi in the evening...
    Jamie said...
    Sireesha, this dish looks so good. I love gobi and could eat it for breakfast, lunch and dinner! I will have to give this recipe a try :)
    LG said...
    We love gobi manchurian. Thanks for stopping by my blog.
    Manuela said...
    Ola' :)

    I just met your blog and loved it.

    Very nice recipes, but some of the ingredients I won't be able to find here where I live. But you have great suggestions.
    Trupti said...
    gobi 65 chanch aahe..tondala pani sutale..
    tastymealsathome said...
    Looks lovely!!
    Madhavi said...
    Looks delicious, great entry!!!
    Sailaja said...
    too good Sireesha. I love this recipe
    Meera said...
    Looks delicious!!
    Thanks for visiting my blog.
    ramya said...
    I love gobi 65 very much......Looks delicious.....

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