Wednesday, September 6

Gobi 65

Gobi 65 is a dry curry . I love to have this as a evening snack. U can have this with chappathis if u like.. Its easy to make and this doesn’t take much time to do if u have all the ingredients. Try it out and let me know.. Non vegetarians can try try it out with chicken..




Ingredients

Cauliflower-1
Cornflour-3 tbsp
Capsicum- 1 small cut into thin strips
Onion- 1 cut into thin strips
Tomato sauce- 1 ½ tsp
Soya sauce- 1 tsp
Ajinimotto- a pinch
Chilli sauce(optional) – ½ tsp
Chilli powder- 1 tsp
Salt to taste.
Oil



Method

Clean the cauliflower and cut into small florets. Soak it in hot water for 5 minutes.
Drain the cauliflower florets and add corn flour,salt and chilli powder to it. Do not add water to it. Just fold in with ur hands. If needed just sprinkle very little water.
Heat oil in a pan and deep fry the florets till golden brown . set aside.
Add 2 tsp of oil in another pan and saute the onions and green pepper strips for 2 to 3 mins till the onions are transparent. Remove from fire and set aside.
In the same pan add 1 tsp of oil and add add the sauces and ajinimotto. Immediately add the cauliflower florets and saute for 2 minutes in a slow flame. Then add the onion ,greenpepper strips. .. remove from flame.. gobhi 65 is ready to eat.

This is my entry to this week's Curry Mela by Bachelor Cooking

30 comments:

KrishnaArjuna said...

Gobi65 looks delicious Prema!

jayshree said...

Wow ! I was planning to do this today & hm... you have posted. So will try your version this time. Looks sooooooooooooooo delicious.

Shilpa said...

Looks great Prema. I used to eat Chicken 65 a lot in India. But I didn't know the recipe. Since I don't eat chicken now, Gobhi 65 would replace it well. I am going to try it soon. Thanks for sharing.

Jayashree said...

Prema, I've been looking around for a good recipe for Gobi manchurian...now that I've seen your Gobi65 I think I'll try this instead.

Nabeela said...

Hi Prema, I found your site after you left a comment on my blog :)
Love the recipes here!

Menu Today said...

Hi Prema,
"Gobi65" looks yummmmmmyyy!!! Thanks for sharing.

LERA said...

What a mouthwatering dish!! with a name that's so Tempting...:)

Prema Sundar said...

Thanks for commenting KA.
Jayshree,
Did u try it out.. let me know if u liked it.
Shilpa,
I too love chicken 65. But i dont cook NV in my house after marriage.try it out and iam sure u will love it.
Jayashree,
thanks for visiting .. try this out and I hope u will like it.
Nabeela,
Thanks for ur visit..
Thanks Lera and Menutoday for ur valuable comments.

indosungod said...

Prema, this has always been my favorite restaurant item to order in India, looks yummy.

indosungod said...

Prema, this has always been my favorite restaurant item to order in India, looks yummy.

Foodie's Hope said...

Beautiful picture, Prema! I never made any 65 recipes , so this is my turn to copy your dish. Thanks!!

Priya Bhaskaran said...

Prema, I make similar to yours recipe... your picture tempted me and I got cauliflower today:)

Archana said...

Thank you for the recipe Prema, photo of the dish looks so inviting. I have book marked this one.

Bhargavi said...

Gobi 65 looks so yummy,....This is one of my fav dish.

Nandita said...

I wonder where the number 65 came up in all these recipes...this is a good one to make Gobi manchurian too...by just adding some ginger-garlic-green chillies in soy sauce gravy!

Spicelover said...

oh this looks so delicious.
i wil try it out soon. almost looks like dry gobi manchurian which is one of my favorite dishes.

Priyankoo said...

I was told by my burkha-clad student in Hyderabad that originally they used to make it with 65 different ingredients...but I still consider it as a tall story!

Anonymous said...

Prema,
Am a first time visitor and already love your blog. Have decided to try Gobi 65, onion chutney and veg kurma. I am a blogger too but haven't blogged anything significant. If time permits plz visit my blog and throw some suggestions for improvement!
-Divya

Anonymous said...

Hi Prema..
tried ur gobi 65 calling it gobi manchurian all the while i was doing it... dint have ajino moto salt but inspite of that it turned out just great... that was the favorite of my guest last evening...
just posting my trial with photos in my blog.. please feel free to check it...
always used to love gobi 65 and gobi manchurian ever since i was young and used to wonder how to make it.. and now, it feels so good to able to make it and see it turn out so delicious..
thanks a lot...

Anonymous said...

Prema:
I just visited you blog by fluke and found this recipe in here ...man your gobi 65 looks so good ...love the picture and i am sure must be yummy too.Will try it out soon
Thanx buddy
Seema

MohanaPriya said...

I tried your recipe and it turned out to be very very good. Thank you..

lindsey said...

I use your recipe as a reference for making my own (white girl) version of Gobi 65. I posted about it here. Thanks so much!

Smylee said...

well ... tried out ur recipe !! it was delicious ! Ty

Bawra Mann said...

Thanks for a great recipe. I was searching for something different with Gobi and found your post. Too good! well written too! Many frinds asked me the recipe and I am directing them to your post.

liz said...

very tempting!

senzen said...

Hi
thank you for this wonderful recipe. i did the same way you explained, it came out very nice. thank you for the very nice recipe.

Suci said...

Hi Prema, i'm from Pondy-South India.....excellent woork...i tried ur gobi 65 which tastes really good n yummy. It would be better n nice if u posted the soup varities toooooo....Thanks U.


Take Care
with luv
Suci K

Smita Bharti said...

hello,
I tried your recipe.. was delicious even without the ajinomoto. I teamed it with Kashmiri Pulao. Tasty and easy!!

manu said...

I have been waiting for this recipe since one year.Thanq.I will try it today itself.

Shilpa Joshin said...

Hi I was searching for a dry dish with cauliflower and this attracted me , due credit to the photo and also the simple method with minimum ingredients. Usually my Gobi dishes are not that appreciated but I tried this one and it turned out successful. Am really happy and thanks a tonn for this recipe. Just wanted to let you know that I have added this in my blog , hope you would not mind.