Veg Manchurian

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  • #5835

    beginnerchef
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    Hi Manjula-

    Can you please make vegetable manchurian without onion/garlic?

    thanks

    sima

    #7008

    aman
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    HI BEGINNER CHEF, I HAVE A NICE RECIPE WHICH TURNS OUT DELICIOUS TOLD BY A FRIEND, ofcourse u can deduct onions from it

    2 cups Grated Cabbage

    2 Grated Carrots

    1/2 onion finely chopped

    1 Chopped Spring Onion

    2 Chopped Green Chilies

    3-4 Crushed Garlic Flakes and ginger chopped

    2 tbsp Corn Starch or Flour

    Oil for deep frying

    1 tbsp Soya Sauce

    Salt to taste

    1 tsp Pepper Powder(kali mirch powder)

    1/2 tsp Sugar(very little)

    2 tbsp oil

    Preparation of vegetarian Manchurian :

    Veg balls

    * Mix grated cabbage and carrots and squeeze the water out from

    them,then add onion to that

    * Now in a bowl take the squeezed cabbage and carrots and mix 1

    tbsp. corn starch and add few chopped chilies and little salt to it.or

    you can add some maida if you want

    * Make small balls (like koftas) of the mixture .

    * Heat the oil in a kadhai / wok and deep fry the balls till

    golden brown, drain and keep aside.

    Sauce

    * Now in a separate pan heat 2 tbsp oil.

    * Sauté garlic, green chilies and spring onions and ginger for few seconds

    * Add pepper powder, sugar and soya sauce then put some water

    not too much lets say 1 1/2 cup then Bring it to a boil.

    * Mix 1 tbsp corn foulr with half of a cup of cold water and stir

    into it. Gently add the fried balls to the gravy.

    * Cook the vegetable manchurian for 3-4 minutes and in the end put

    1 tbs vinegar for spicy Manchurian put more green chillies and hot

    sauce .

    #7009

    mohamjip
    Participant

    This sounds delicious. I don’t use onions, so would add some asafoetida and, perhaps, some grated ginger.

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