Friday, January 21, 2011

Vegetable Manchurian Recipe | Step by Step Recipe | Indo Chinese Recipe

Vegetable Manchurian was a great combo with Egg Fried Rice, which we had prepare nearly couple of months before. We normally make Cauliflower Manchurian as a side dish for Fried Rice. So Amma wanted to make something different and hence came up this wonderful recipe. This dish ends up being a clean up dish as you can add all your veggies that you might have left overs and tastes great.

Things have been pretty steady and hectic the past couple of days. I just announced the Kid's Delight on Indian Street Food. I was hoping I could prepare some pending Street foods that I had planned so many months before. Chocolate Round up will be up soon. Meanwhile I had some more bloggers being interested in the Blogging Marathon that it makes me think that maybe I should plan to do this again.

When I got back thinking I should post something within this week, this draft was literally calling me!..:) Imagine sitting idle in the drafts for so long without any attention. The vegetable manchurians tasted great as such, I saved some for eating as a starter without adding to the sauce. The sauce was made the same way we do for the Cauliflower Manchurian.



Step by Step to make Vegetable Manchurian


In a non stick pan, saute the onions, ginger, garlic and chili paste.
Then add the tomato sauce
Measure out soya sauce
Add the soya sauce to the pan
Followed by the corn flour mix
Add more water as required.
Fried Vegetable Manchurians
Add these balls to the sauce.
Finally garnish with spring onion greens



Vegetable Manchurian Recipe

To make the manchurian

Cabbage, Beans, Carrot, Potato - 1 cup
All purpose flour / Maida - 2 tsp
Corn flour - 1 tbsp
Green chillies - 3 nos
Pepper powder - 1/2 tsp
Ginger - 2"
Garlic - 4 pods
Salt to taste
Oil for deep frying

To make the sauce

Soya sauce - 1 & 1/2 tbsp
Tomato Sauce - 1 & 1/2 tbsp
Corn flour - 1 tbsp
Salt to taste
Garlic - 4 pods
Spring onions - 1 bunch




Method to prepare:

For Manchurian

Clean and cut the vegetables. Grind the half, should not be ground into smooth paste, but half half.

Grind the chilis, ginger, garlic into a coarse paste. Take the rest of the ingredients required to make the manchurian in a bowl, add the chili paste, ground vegetables. Add salt and mix well. The batter should not be loose or runny, so add very little water. Make them into small balls.

Heat a pan of oil, Once it is hot, reduce to medium flame, deep fry these manchurian balls. Cook on both sides and drain to a kitchen towel.

For the sauce.

Heat a non stick pan with 1 tsp oil, Add the finely chopped onions from the spring onions, then add finely chopped garlic. Sauté till the onion bulbs turn colour. Keep the green of the spring onions for latter use.

Next add ginger garlic and chilli paste. Add soya sauce. Followed by tomato sauce

In a small bowl mix the corn flour with little water to form a lump less batter. Once paste is fried, add this to sauce. Adjust salt. Fry on high flame so that the sauce thickens. Just make sure it doesn't become too thick.

Add fried vegetable balls to the sauce. along the green onions stocks. simmer for 1 min.

If you don't want the manchurian to be soggy, add just before serving.




Serve this with Egg Fried Rice


Other Recipes
Vegetable Fried Rice & Cauliflower Manchurian
Chicken Fried Rice

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22 comments :

Laavanya said...

That looks delicious - i can never get enough of Indo chinese.

Divya Kudua said...

Fried rice with vegetable manchurian is a killer combo.Looks way too delicious!!

Lav said...

Looks perfect srivalli...yumm :)

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Priya's Feast said...

I was tempted to have chinese yesterday,the manchurian saucy really seems to be so goood...

Archana said...

What a combo! I just love these recipes.

Priya Sreeram said...

looks very yumm- a swell dish !

Prathibha said...

Wow thats a lovely combo..nothing beats a manchuri wid fried rice r noodles..looks yumm

Santosh Bangar said...

yummy delicious dish

Priya said...

Seriously u r killing me with ur yummy dishes Valli, tempting tempting!!

kanthi said...

Lovely manchurian recipe srivalli,with awesome pictures..

Smitha said...

Veg manchurian is one of my fav....looks too good...with fried rice I would like to have it now! :)

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Spoonfuls of love, added to every recipe !!! said...

I juz wanna grab a bite ... I love chinese food ...

Pavithra said...

My very fav combo..looks so good and i am drooling.

G said...

Love manchurians..This looks just delicious..

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Harika's Kitchen said...

oh my god i should have this now cant wait any more. Nice to visit u r blog.......

Apu said...

Looks yummy!!

Minu said...

Lovely Manchurian and Fried Rice

Anonymous said...

i tried this recipe, but the balls did not stay together at all and broke apart in the oil. I did not leave them watery, or too dry. Other that that, good!

Srivalli said...

AnonI am not sure how the balls still disintegrated though you said it wasn't watery or dry. Since the vegetables were coarse and we added maida and cornflour, it binds well. Maybe you can give it another shot and let me know..:)

Aarthi said...

manchurian looks so good

Anonymous said...

Should the vegetables be boiled?

Srivalli said...

Anon No we need not boil the vegetables. Since we are deep frying, the vegetables would get cooked

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