Sheetal Kamat

I like Indian style Chinese a lot and I make it very regularly. But after loosing Kitchen to Mom :), it was while since we had Chinese. So on Friday, I decided to take the kitchen in control and make Chinese menu for dinner. I have made Veg Machurian so many times but every time I had trouble with photo, so this time since the photo also came out okayish, here is the recipe.

Veg Manchurian
Ingredients
2 Cup Cabbage
2 Cup Carrots
2 Cup Beans
1 Bell Pepper
1 Green Chilli
3 Spoon Corn Flour
5 Spoon Maida
1 Spoon Garlic Paste
2 Garlic Cloves
3 Stems of Spring Onions
1/4 Cup Sweet Chilli Sauce
1/4 Cup Soy Sauce
2 Spoon Hot Chilli Sauce
Salt to taste
Oil

Method
  • Chop cabbage, carrots, green chillies, beans and pepper into fine pieces.
  • Add in salt to taste and mix well.
  • Add in garlic paste, 4 spoon of Maida and 2 spoon of corn flour. Knead well to make the dough
  • Make small balls from this dough and roll each of them into the remaining Maida and fry in the medium hot oil till golden in color. Keep aside.
  • Heat oil in pan and add in finely chopped garlic cloves, spring onion's white part and fry till light brown in color.
  • Add in sweet chilli sauce, hot chilli sauce, soy sauce and mix well.
  • Take 3 cups of water and mix in 1 spoon of corn starch. Add it to the sauce that is boiling in the pan. Mix well
  • Add in the Manchurian balls made earlier and cook for couple of minutes. Garnish with spring onion's green part and serve.

Notes
Normally I add in salt and keep aside the mixture of finely chopped vegetables aside so that i don't need to add extra water nor do the dough loosens after a while because of all the water that salt would come from the vegetables.
Instead of using sweet chilli and and hot chilli sauces, I have also used 3 spoon chilli flakes, 1/4 Cup Vinegar and 2 spoon sugar instead.

4 comments:
  1. Khaugiri said...

    Really tempting!!!


  2. @khaugiri:
    indeed it is.. Thanks


  3. Nazneen Syed said...

    ur blog is awesome...
    i luv al ur recipes...
    u helpd me a lot in learning new dishes... thnks.. :)


  4. @Nazneen thank you for wonderful words.


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