From the Diwali Feast – Dry Gobi Manchurian & Vegetable Rice

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 Uh…. Its been quite sometime I have been waiting to complete this post . As promised in my Diwali post, bringing you 2 guest posts from my 2 very good friends. I just love their variety n love the simplicity with which they make the food even more yummier.

 DRY GOBI MANCHURIAN:

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INGREDIENTS:

 Cauliflower (Gobhi):1
  Plain Flour (Maida): 3/4th Cup
 Corn Flour: 1 tsp
Salt: to taste
 chopped green chillies: 2
sliced garlic: 2
 Ginger Garlic paste:1 tsp
Red chilly powder: 1 tsp
 Finely chopped Onions: 1 cup
 Ajinomoto: ¼ tsp
 vinegar: 1 tsp
 Soya Sauce: 2 tbsp
 Tomato Ketchup: 2-3 tbsp
Oil: to fry

DIRECTIONS:

  • Make a batter of maida, corn flour, red chilly powder and salt using water. Add ginger-garlic paste to the batter.
  • Dip the gobhi florets in the batter and deep fry till golden brown. Keep aside.
  • Heat oil in another pan and add garlic, chopped onions and green chilli to it.
  • Now, mix aginomoto, viniger, soya sauce and tomato sauce to it. Fry till oil seperates.
  • Add fried Gobi kept aside and mix well. Garnish it with spring onions or corriander leaves.

VEGETABLE RICE :

Vegetable Rice

 

INGREDIENTS:

Basmathi Rice: 2 Cups
Mixed Vegetables: 1.5 Cups
Ginger Garlic Paste: 1 Tblspn
Spring Onions: 2 stem
Soya Sauce: 2 Tsp
Vegetable Stock: 2 Nos
Salt:To Taste
OIl: 2 Tsp

DIRECTIONS:

Preparation:

  • Wash, drain the basmathi rice and keep it aside for atleast 30 minutes.
  • Chop vegetables of  your choice & keep it aside. I have used Carrots, Beans , Peas, Onions. Either microwave the vegetables or open cook them leaving the onions aside.
  • Chop spring onions finely & keep it aside.
  • In a large pan , add twice the amount of water for the rice measurement. Once the water boils , add the vegetable stock , a pinch of salt and rice. Cook in medium flame. Once the water is nearly about to evaporate , cover the rice pan with a lid and cook for 5- more min in fully low flame. Turn of the gas and allow it cool down a bit.

Method:

  • In 2 tsp of Olive Oil , Add Ginger garlic paste . Saute them for about 1 minute .
  • Add Red onions & spring onions and stir them for few minutes until they get translucent.
  • Now add the cooked vegetables and mix them well. Add Soya Sauce & required salt and stir them well. Turn of the gas and keep them aside.
  • Now add the rice to the vegetable mixture and stir well until they are well incorporated.
  • Serve hot with Gobi Manchurian or Raitha.

Cheers

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Comments (25)

  • Oh are these the party feast items you had mentioned then ?
    Looks awesome .. will try Gobi manchurian for sure 🙂

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  • Both the recipes look nice sandhya, it's been ages i had gobhi manchurian…

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  • Oooh!!! Fried rice and gobi manchurian!!! wat an exclnt combo ..both look perfect and yummy!!!
    I m drooling dea.!!

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  • Both the dishes look wonderful and nice pictures.

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  • Nice combination ..Both the recipes looks delicious…

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  • Thats a perfect yummy combo…nice clicks…

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  • Bith dishes looks fabulous Sandhya…

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  • lovely combination…i am hungry nw…love to grab those now!!!..yummy and tempting!!

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  • fried rice& gobi manchurian..a perfect combination…

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  • Fried Rice and Manchoo – perfect combo! You have a very nice space here – will stop by often!

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  • Delicious combo… Can have it eyes-closed..! Gonna try it in my next party!! 🙂

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  • Awesome combo Sandy 🙂

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  • Yummy combo..wat a delicious and tempting dishes ..awesome work dear…Am drooling rite now here!!

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  • Gobi Manchurian is a favorite treat at our place, yours have turned out beautifully ! You have a lovely space here….

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  • Both the dishes look fantastic.

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  • Awesome combo!A simple recipe with lot of flavors!

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  • this cauliflower manchurian looks easy and yummy too.fried rice also looks nice.Perfect combo.I have an award waiting for u in my blog.

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  • Fantastic meal..fav combi..Rice looks too tempting. Think adding the stock gives that extra taste and all the nutrition!

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  • Both were feast to eyes Sandhya. Loved the recipe for manchurian. Am hoping to give it a try soon. have one head cauliflower cut in big florets sitting deeply in my freezer for two days now.High time they come out.

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  • love the ombo…

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  • Fried rice n gobi manchurian sounds like treat to me .

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  • Hi Sandhya

    lovely cobination!!!!!!!!

    Kindly pick up the award from my blog dear

    with luv,
    ArunaManikandan

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  • My favorite combo. They look awesome!

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  • Hi sandhya,
    Thanks for dropping by!wish to see u more often 🙂
    Veg rice and gobi manchrian makes a fab combination!nice clicks too!

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  • The gobi manchurian sounds like a great combo with the veggie rice. long since I dropped by your blog. How have u been?

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