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Saturday, 8 November 2014

Gobi 65

Hi everyone!!! Atlast cauliflower season has started. I am a big fan of cauliflower and go on making many dishes with it. This is one such simple dish and tastes heavenly. This is my moms recipe and it is a big hit in my family. Thank you mom :)

Cauliflower fry / gobi 65

Ingredients:
Gobi - 1 cup(cut into florets)
Turmeric - 1/4 tsp
Salt - to taste
Curry leaves - few for coating
Corn flour - 2 tsp
Chilli powder - 1/2 tsp
Coriander powder - 1/4 tsp
Ginger garlic paste - 1/8 tsp

Procedure:
Boil water in a pan. Add turmeric and salt to it.
Add the florets into the water. After 3 - 4 minutes, switch it off
Strain it in the strainer.
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Let the water drain completely ( say 10-12 minutes)
Now take corn flour,chilli,coriander,ginger garlic paste and little salt(we needed for the coating)and mix well.(don't add water).
Now add florets to it and toss well ( the moistness in the cauliflower florets is enough to coat them )
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Heat oil in a Kadai and fry these florets.
Decorate with fried curry leaves.

Crispy Gobi 65 is ready to enjoy!!

Cauliflower fry / gobi 65

Notes:
You can add food colour to the coating if you want a deep red colour.
Make sure you don't add water while coating to get crispy Gobi 65.

Cheers
Jayanthi B

28 comments:

  1. My all time favorite dish!!! Gorgeous plating and I wanna grab one and eat!!!

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  2. Oh this sounds easy. Sure to make it sooner..

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    1. Yes go ahead and let me know jeena,thanks

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  3. this is all time my fav.. everytime i see it on Food blogs.. think to give it a try.. but this time i am bookmarking yours recipe :) wow

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  4. Yummy and its one of my fav starters

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  5. Delicious & yummy starter or snack...................love to try.
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  6. Wow, what a lovely dish and the turmeric gives it such a beautiful color.

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  7. Great flavors and color...your dish is a great side.

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  8. Cauliflower is such a great veggie, love how you prepared this. When you say curry leaves few for coating do you mean fresh or dried? Thanks!!

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    1. Thanks,I just fried fresh curry leaves in oil,that's it(it will be so crunchy and yet tasty)

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  9. I love cauliflower and I am going to make this the next time it is in my fridge :)

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  10. Next time this dish is gonna hit our table. Love its crispiness.

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