Feb 192015
 
No-fry Gobi-palak (cauliflower-spinach) Kofta curry

I earlier shared my recipe for restaurant style Malai Kofta that uses a very creamy and smooth gravy. Today, I share my another healthy version of kofta curry using the same gravy but the koftas are not fried here, instead are grilled. For people who do not have an oven, they can deep-fry or shallow-fry the koftas. The koftas are [Read more]

Nov 272014
 
Cauliflower (Gobi) Tikka Masala - Restaurant style

Cauliflower is a favorite in our home. Both me and my husband enjoy it with pretty much anything, either rotis or any rice. There are different styles and forms in which cauliflower can be cooked. In my blog, I have already shared recipes for Tandoori Cauliflower, Gobi 65 and Gobi Manchurian.  Today, I am sharing a recipe that I personally order the most [Read more]

Oct 142014
 
Tandoori Gobi/Cauliflower

‘Tandoori’ means cooking in tandoor – clay or metal oven that is used for baking or cooking. This is a very popular style of Indian cooking used mainly for starter recipes – tandoori aloo/potato, tandoori paneer/cottage cheese etc. Traditionally, all tandoori recipes use a secret tandoor masala , which is a blend of different dry spices. The food is marinated [Read more]

Sep 202014
 
Dry Cauliflower/Gobi Manchurian

Today’s lunch special was home-made cauliflower manchurian with vegetable fried rice. Both came out well and the manchurian was really yummy. The crust was slightly crispy and the flavors were just perfect. I already posted one recipe for cauliflower 65 earlier, so I thought I would share this recipe as well. Happy weekend friends!!   Serves: 2 Cooking time: 25 mins For [Read more]

May 302014
 
No fry Gobi/Cauliflower 65

Serves: 2 Cooking time: 40 mins Ingredients: For marination Soya flour – ½ cup (may use maida instead) Corn flour/corn starch – 2 tbsp Ginger-garlic paste – 1 tbsp Red chilli powder – 2 tbsp Red chilli sauce – 1 tbsp Garam masala powder – 1 tbsp Kasoori methi/dry fenugreek leaves – 1 tsp Coriander leaves – 2 tbsp (finely chopped) Cumin/jeera [Read more]