Don't those baby corns and crunchy vegetables seem to be more appetising when tossed in a mouth-watering Manchurian sauce?! All those chicken chunks laced with piping hot and fiery Manchurian, served with steamed rice make us crave a plate full of it at the mere thought? Just the mention of it makes us order it right away! Manchurian, be it with noodles or rice, is easily one of the best Indo-Chinese delicacies we can think of! But what is it about the much-loved Manchurian sauce that makes it one of the most popular dishes for the Indian palate from the Asian cuisine? Perhaps the gravy, doused with a fiery mix of spices teases the Indian taste buds like nothing else!
And while you can find a number of 'desi Chinese' restaurants delivering drool-worthy Manchurian right at your doorstep in no time, you'll be glad to know that making the perfect Manchurian sauce at home is not a difficult feat to achieve! With certain simple tips and tricks, one can make yummy, quick and easy Manchurian sauce to toss your crunchy veggies or succulent meat in it for a delectable home-made treat.
How To Make Manchurian Sauce At Home
Just a handful of ingredients and one-step method and you'll have your homemade Manchurian sauce ready to be devoured with anything from sautéed veggies to chunks of meat. In this recipe of Manchurian sauce, we have cornflour blended with water, vinegar, soya sauce, tomato puree, salt and celery mixed and simmered for about a minute to a slightly thick gravy. Voila, your sauce is ready! You can now add whatever you wish to eat this sauce with. Add this gravy as is to rice too!
Find the full recipe of Manchurian sauce here.
Try it at home the next time you crave an exotic oriental home at the comfort of your home and share the experience with us in the comments section below.
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