Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Gobi Kebab


In Australia, kebabs are very popular due to immigration from Greece, Turkey, former Yugoslavia, and Lebanon. Meat and chicken kebabs can be easily found in Sydney. They are commonly served with cheese and a salad consisting of lettuce, tomato, onion etc.
I made this kebab like indain version with chapati and Indian adapted chines dish Gobi Manchurian.
Ingredients:
Wheat flour 1 cup
Cauliflower(cut into florets) - 2 cups
Plain flour/maida -2tbsp
Cornflour - 2tbsp
Thinly Chopped Ginger - 1 Tbsp
Thinly Chopped garlic - 2 Tbsp
Bell pepper(diced) - 1/2cup ( I used yellow and green)
Green chillies - 3 (chopped)
Finely Chopped Coriander Leaves 1/2 cup
Tomato sauce - 4tbsp
Soya sauce - 1tsp
Ajinomoto - 1 Tsp
Cooking soda
Chopped lettuce - 1.5 cups
Oil - to deep fry
  1. Wash the cauliflower florets in water with a little salt.
  2. Make a slightly thick batter with cornflour, plain flour and cooking soda.
  3. Coat the florets with the batter and then deep fry until light brown. Drain and keep aside.
  4. In a separate pan heat 1 tbsp of oil on stove.
  5. Add chopped ginger,garlic, chilly and fry for 2 mints. Now add the chopped bell pepper for for another 5 mints
  6. Mix the ajinomato,tomato sauce and soya sauce with this, add the fried cauliflower florets and mix well and switch of the stove. Garnish it with coriander leaves.


  7. Next we have to prepare chapati with wheat flour.
  8. Mix flour,salt and water, making a dough. Knead for five minutes and keep aside 30 mints.
    Heat a flat pan until smoking hot.
    Roll out 1/2 a handful of dough into a flat round shape and put into pan, cooking for 1 minute either side. chapathi is ready


  9. Mix the cauliflower Manchurian and chopped lettuce f0r filling of chapati.



  10. Now fold the chapati like round packet and fill with gobi manchurian and lettuce.

15 comments:

D said...

Dear Sita, the Gobhi Kebab looks delish and yummy. Thanks and Could you please link back this post to the post.

D-K

Siri said...
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Siri said...

the kebab looks yummy Sita..:D and by the way, did u know about Taste Of India its a blog aggregator.. join in so that more readers like me will notice and enjoi ur goodies..:).

Dining Hall is a forum for our Indian Food Bloggers. Hope you too find that interesting.

Siri

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Cham said...

Hi,
First time i am visiting ur blog. U ve a lovely blog with awesome recipes.... I love the gobi kebab , which tempt me to make it :)

Andhra Flavors said...

Thankyou D, for your encouragement.
siri,
I know about taste of india but my blog is not yet 2 months old.
but i dont know about dinning hall.
Thanks for your great information siri.

foodwithapinchoflove,
Yes.., I reallly surprised!!!!!
Iam very greatfull to You for this award and your encouragment.

cham,
Thankyou, for visiting my blog.

ranji said...

this gobi kabab looks awesome!!!its really tempting:)...

Divya Vikram said...

first time in ur blog..love this gobi kebab..have some gobi in my fridge..will try this

Suma Rajesh said...

ur dish looks delicious.....same thing can be made out of chicken too rt?...

delhibelle said...

Good idea, using gobhi in a kabab roll. Will try this next time I have leftover gobhi manchu :)

easycrafts said...

Very creative idea

MY WORLD OF RECIPES said...

hi sita ur dishes looks yummy. nice blog.anyway nice meeting u am preethi from hyd.

Haley said...

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Haley

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Sunshinemom said...

This one is a lovely looking kebab! Wish I could grab a piece:)