Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Chinese Chilly gobi and potato chilly(Famous Indian Street food)

Chinese cuisines are remarkable. It has marked its place more as a street food not only in India but across the globe. The taste ,simplicity and ease with which it can be prepared is what i guess has made it popular and widespread as well. Am in Germany and whenever i enter a famous mall at my place i see like most of the people with packets of noodles strolling all the way. This is just a snapshot of the popularity of Chinese cuisine.

chinese Potato and gobi chilly


On the streets of India it is not only noodles that are popular but Manchurian and Chilly items are popular as well. The famous among all is the Hakka noodles. The Indian street vendors often customize the recipe to suit Indian pallets . I am a big fan of all the Chinese cuisine. Every now and then  i love having them. Last evening i prepared some Crispy Potato and cauliflower chilly item. I was in total love with this crispy fritters. This recipe has been adapted from the famous Indian chef Harpal Singh Sokhi's show at Sanjeev kapoors Khana khazana.

I hope you like them too .

Potato chilly

This serves -4
Preparation time- 5 minutes
Cooking time- 10 to 15 minutes
Level of difficulty- easy.
Ingredients:
  • Cauliflower- cut into florets
  • Potato - 2 , sliced
  • Oil for cooking
For the batter
  • All purpose flour- 3 Tbsp
  • Corn flour - 1 Tbsp
  • Ginger and garlic minced- 1 Tbsp
  • Red chilly paste- 1 Tsp or red chilly sauce
  • Salt as per taste
  • Oil - 1 Tsp
  • Soy sauce - 1 Tbsp
  • Salt as per taste
  • Freshly crushed Pepper
  • Sugar - 1 Tsp
For garnishing
  • Chaat masala (mango powder)(sour)- 1 Tsp
  • Honey chilli dip.
Gobhi chilly

Direction:
  • Prepare the batter by adding all the ingredients and then whip it up with water to make thin paste.
  • Heat oil in a pan for deep frying at medium to high.
  •  Now take each floret at a time and then first dip it in the batter and then place it in the hot oil. Do not place many at a time . Once the florets turn golden brown in colour take them out in a kitchen towel.
  • Repeat the process until you are done with all the florets. Repeat the same process with the Potato wedges.
  • At last sprinkle chaat masala over the fried florets and potato wedges.
Serve hot with honey chilli dip.
Enjoy!!!! and Happy cooking :-)

By- Sushmita Pandit.

20 comments:

  1. I too love Chinese food. Over here, you name it, we get it. Plenty of varieties to choose from. Lovely crispy fried gobi, crispy outer and soft gooey bite from the caulis. This is like a perfect finger food and I can imagine the taste, right after the frying process.

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  2. I dont like Chinese food, its too bland for my taste plus most of it is non-veg. But Indo- Chinese is a hot fav and I love Sweet chili sauce. looking forward to try this very soon Sushma..

    Like the tree you have carved at the end :)

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  3. wow one of my favorite chinese food, looks perfect tempting Sushma...

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  4. Indo chinese I think by far all tine favorite food among indians. This is perfect fingure food.

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  6. Truly a perfect muncher. Loving it.

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  7. u have beautifully presented it.love to dig in.

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  8. I love our indian Chinese food. The chili potatoes & gobi looks very yummy. It was indian Chinese dinner at home today:) the potatoes look crispy & a great starter

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  9. Most of we Indians love Chinese food :) And when made with a touch of India, we all are elated.. Love the lovely platter of potato wedges & cauliflower chilly.. Yum !

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  10. These look very tempting and inviting! :)

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  11. i love this type of foods...ah potatoes are so good any way we eat

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  12. Tempting clicks . Looks yummy

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  13. Delicious crispy chili gobi and potato,adding spicy sauce will lighten up everything.

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  14. Nice one . Tempting and wonderful. :)

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  15. Wow its looks so yummy..
    I will introduce this dish at my chinese restaurants in bangalore

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