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Saturday, July 10, 2010

Grilled Gobi 65(Crispy Cauliflower Fries)

Have been working on minor changes for the site, colors and the placement of widgets. One thing that was worrying me for long was I found the site a bit cluttered....was thinking and trying many methods but nothing satisfied me. Finally this tabbing worked :) Now tell me ur suggestion/feedback on the new minor changes.

One of my fav combination:Peas Pulav with gobi 65. Here goes the recipe from my kitchen :

Grilled Gobi Recipe
Grilled Gobi 65 Recipe
Ingredients:
  • Cauliflower -1 medium sized flower
To Temper :
  • Cornflour - 1/2 cup
  • Maida - 2 tbsp
  • Ginger Garlic paste - 3 tsp
  • Red chilly powder - 1tsp
  • Turmeric powder - a pinch
  • Salt - to taste
Method:

  1. Half boil cauliflower in water with 1/2 tsp turmeric powder, keep aside. Then mix all the above ingredients with little water to form a thick batter. Dip in the cauliflower florets and marinate it for 15-30mins.
  2. Spread 1 tsp of oil on the baking sheet. Place the marinated pieces on the prepared baking sheet.
  3. Preheat the oven at 200 deg C for 10 mins and Grill it for 15-20 mins in broil/grill mode turning over in between.

Grilled Gobi Recipe
My Notes : Turn over the gobis to the other side after 10-15mins for the gobis to cook evenly.Closely keep an eye as it gets burnt easily.Guilt free grilled gobis are ready so no more deep fries. They are very crispy even without deep frying...Isnt that gud?!

These grilled gobis are perfect to be used for manchurians or to be eaten as such :)
Written by: SHARMILEE J

38 comments:

  1. adding butter beans is a nice idea. i always add butterbeans to tomato rice and biryani.
    Grilled gobi is tempting me and great click too

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  2. Looks delicious, would give it a try....

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  3. This really delicious and looks perfect..

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  4. nice combo meal. the clicks are tempting.

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  5. Those gobi's look as good as fried Sharmi..my..I should try this soon..thanks for the idea..!
    xo

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  6. Rice looks yummy and I love the innovative way to cook gobi.Looks tasty.

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  7. hi dear ,
    1st visit to ur blog ...u have a beautiful space with wonderful collection of recipes...
    this pulao looks yummy n its gr8 idea of makeing gobi ,i really love the way of preparation ..happy to find u

    if u get time do visit my blog

    satya

    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  8. I make the gobhi too! it is lovely isin't it?

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  9. Love the combo! Its actually a great idea of grilling the gobi! I will sure try! :)

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  10. Beautiful combination, grilled gobi tempts me a lot..yummy..

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  11. Pacca Neat Layout first of all!!

    Iam going to try this grilled Gobi by next week!
    Bread Pizza looks tempting!

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  12. Yummy combo!! Thanks for the no-fat gobhi recipe, will surely try this..

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  13. Hey Sharmilee
    The blog looks so pretty now. Good work with the template. Peas pulao is my choice when I have more than 5-8 guests. It's so simple to prepare and I pair them with spicy meat curry :-)

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  14. Hey i think your blog looks very neat yaar, pulao looks yummmm!

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  15. I wouldn't say your blog was cluttered before. I loved it even then and now too.. Peas pulao and gobi 65 is my favorite restaurant menu...

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  16. Very nice recipe as usual, Sharmi and I think I will start with the Gobi first. I am so bookmarking this :-))

    Loved the neat and uncluttered look. Also wonderful that you got the Tabbed thing working. One suggestion would be to have more space between the different options.

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  18. Thank VS, RV. And RC thanks for ur suggestion actually I tried more spacing when I was fixing it but in lower resolution I faced problems....so left it...but will surely try to fix it up soon.

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  19. Hey your blog looks nicely framed..and peas pulav looks yumm..bookmarked the grilled cauliflower recipe..

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  20. Awesome combo sharmi.. and the gobi is simply mouthwatering..looks so crispy and yumm!!!

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  21. Loved the new look Sharmi. Delicious peas pulao. Can I take a bite of that gobi 65?

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  22. I was not at all getting this right by grilling .. you know what I was doing all these days , I have never pre heated the oven before grilling ... Will give it a try and let you know how it turned out for sure ..

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  23. Really tempting one dear.. Lovely clicks...

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  24. Love it...Really tempting and nice clicks...

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  25. These look so good. That tempts me! What a combo! Heavenly.

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  26. Peas Pulav is one of our favorite..Grilled Gobi looks so good !!!

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  27. Both the recipes looks super and yummy. Liked the addition of butter beans to rice.

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  28. Bookmarked!! :) I love ghobi and I need to try this. :) Just went into a trance when I saw the clicks :) Thanks :)

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  29. Wow!! Grilled gobhi 65 is such a brilliant idea!! Happy New Year Sharmi!

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  30. My Personal experience to use atleast 1/4th the amount of coconut milk for the amount of water( if u use 2 cups water use 1/4 cup of coconut milk) and avoid onion it will taste awesome. Do try and let me know!

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  31. Hi Sharmi, I tried this grilled gobi.. It took so long and never came to golden brown color..Is it some problem with my microwave..can you pls help

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    1. Did you try in microwave grill mode? I use a OTG and in grill mode it browns so fast.

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  32. Hi sharmi, I follow your blog regularly and have tried few baking recipes. i tried crispy cauliflower fries in my oven as mentioned in your post. mine is a OTG oven. i followed the same steps but my cauliflower was no where looking crispy. how was the taste of yours when done in grill mode? my cauliflower was just cooked but taste wise also was bad so i had to throw it out. can you suggest what went wrong. i really want to try in grill mode .

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  33. @Gayathri : As its parboiled it will cook faster...and in grill mode we have to take care not to burn it too...Mine was crispy but sure cant be compared to the deep fried ones. Really not sure what went wrong....

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  34. Hi Sharmi.... I recently tried few of your recipes and they were amazing. The beauty of your recipe is that you have posted them with pictures which is easy to capture... Thanks a lot, please keep posting your recipes.

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