Sheetal Kamat

I wanted to cook something different with gobi as ajoy keeps getting this quite frequently and i was kind of bored to eat gobi sabji again. Then I had also read about chicken lollipop and had urge to cook bhaji from gobi.. So here is the recipe i came up with :) It has unique taste and resembles lollipop so the name :)

Gobi Lollipop
Ingredients
1 small Gobi
2 spoon bason
1 spoon corn flour
1 spoon rice powder
1 spoon rawa
1/2 spoon turmeric powder
1/2 spoon red chilli powder
1/2 spoon cumin powder
1/2 spoon corriander powder
1/2 spoon garam masala
Salt to taste
Oil

Method
  • Separate mid sized florets of gobi and keep aside
  • Mix bason, corn flour, rice powder, rawa, turmeric powder, red chilli powder, cumin powder, corriander powder, garam masala in a bowl
  • Add salt and water to make thick batter
  • Heat oil in a pan and add a spoonful of hot oil in the batter and mix well
  • Dip the gobi floret in batter and fry till brown
  • Wrap the ends with aluminium foil and serve hot with pudina chutney

Notes
I added a pinch of red colour to the batter to get little red coloured lollipop style gobis as red chilli powder does not give enough redness

10 comments:
  1. Ajoy Nandi said...

    Felt that the whole thing to be a bit too Red. The smaller lollipops tasted way beyond the bigger ones :)


  2. Sheetal said...

    yes the ones you liked were of proper size. Initially i wasn't sure what would be the correct size.. So i had made variety and then learnt from it that mid sized taste nice :)


  3. Milind said...

    These recipes are turning out to be "My Cooking Expertise" rather than "My Cooking Experiments"
    :)


  4. Sheetal said...

    hehe :) thanks :)


  5. GG said...

    Hi sheetal,
    the rice powder u mention, is it same rice flour? or actual rice powdered?
    also, what kind of rava did u use?
    Please let me know.

    thanks,
    gayathri


  6. The rice powder is same as rice flour and rawa used was what is sold as Bombay Rawa (NOT the fine one that we normally in the stores of pune market)


  7. Chandan said...

    Hi Sheetal...just made the lollipos taste was good but I did not get that red color :(


  8. I had used a pinch of red colour to get that reddish shade you see in the pic. Did you use it?


  9. trupti said...

    hiiii sheetal ,gm I just want yo know what we can use as a substitute for rice powder becoz I had not dat one.:):)


  10. @trupti:
    Rice powder/flour is preferable and is needed to give it crispy texture. You can instead use maida/all purpose flour but you might not get the same texture.


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