Dec 15, 2008

GOBI 65 (CAULIFLOWER 65)


Cauliflower --- 1 clean and cut in to small florets

Curd (yogurt) --- 1/2 cup or 2 tab sp s

Red chili powder --- 1 tea sp

Ginger garlic paste --- 1 tea sp

Garam masala --- 1/2 tea sp

Corn flour --- 2 tab sp

rice flour -- 1 tab sp

a pinch of red food colour (if you like)

salt to taste

Oil for deep frying

METHOD:----

Place cauliflower florets in a bowl and add hot water and a very little salt and cover and leave a side for 10- 15 min.

After 15 min. drain the water and place cauliflower on a kitchen twole to remove all moisture

mix all other ingredients in a other bowl and add coliflower and marinate the flower well and leave for 1 hour to marinate in the fridge.

Heat oil in a deep frying pan and remove marinated flower from the fridge and deep fry in the hot oil in a medium flame till golde colour.

Remove from oil and serve as a starter or a side dish for sambar rice or rasam rice.

An other version Heat 1 tea sp oil in fry pan add choped garlic 1/2 tea sp and choped green onion 1 tab sp and few curry leaves and a tea sp soya sause and stir for 1 sec and add fried cauliflower an d stir for few sec. and remove in to serving dish this will give a nice aroma to the cauliflower

Enjoy your food

16 comments:

notyet100 said...

this looks so nice nd yum,...

DEESHA said...

i recently read it in a cookbook & was wondering how it would be, Now Iam seeing it.. looks yumm

Priya said...

Delicious Rekha...

SriLekha said...

it looks yum and delicious!

Divya.M said...

yummy cauliflower recipe..adding curd is new to me will try out...

Shama Nagarajan said...

Crispy....lovely perfect ones

Kitchen Flavours said...

With a hot cuppa of tea iam set to finish of those yummies.

srikars kitchen said...

Looks super & gr8.. kalakunga...

sowmya said...

I had paneeer 65 recently and was looking for a recipe..am going to try yours...looks yumm

Usha said...

This looks yum !

Purva Desai said...

I have tasted paneer and chicken 65 gobi is a new version for me...
Looks cripsy and delicious, will try this version soon..

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Curry Leaf said...

Another lovely dish for winter perfect

Andhra Flavors said...

looks wonderful like a party food.

Cham said...

That is a great finger food! Delicious!

Shreya said...

so yummy... love gobi 6, though I have never made it at home..now i can:-)

Uj said...

looks crispy and delicious