When it comes to desi Chinese food, there's an array of recipes we have tried our hands on; for instance, street-style chowmein, ever-popular Manchurian and many more. While speaking about Manchurian, this feast is a classic Indo-Chinese recipe made with deep-fried vegetable balls dipped in a spicy and tangy gravy of sauces. With the emerging fusion and different experiments in the culinary world, various chefs, home chefs, street-side vendors started creating their own version of Manchurian. Gobi Manchurian, corn Manchurian, chicken Manchurian, soya Manchurian and even Maggi Manchurian are some of the fusions and we are sure you must have tried at least one of them. No doubt, all these recipes are extremely delightful and hard to resist.
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Here we bring you one amazing recipe known as oats Manchurian. The best part is this Manchurian is delicious as well as healthy. As the name suggests, this recipe of Manchurian involves oats along with different veggies and some seasonings. The balls made with oats batter are baked instead of frying. Wondering how to make this recipe? Read below for detailed steps.
Here's How To Make Oats Manchurian | Oats Manchurian Recipe
To begin with, the recipe, take a bowl and add in the vegetables, oats flour and a little bit of rice flour with seasonings. Make small bowls by using this batter. (Remember: The batter should be smooth and soft enough so that the balls do not fall apart while baking or roasting).
Take an idli/appe pan or a baking tray, place these balls on top of it and bake it for 5-6 minutes and keep rotating in the middle until golden brown.
Then heat a little bit of oil in a pan, add ginger and garlic paste along with all the chopped veggies, sauté for some time. Then add sauces along with salt and pepper, and cook everything well for 2-3 minutes.
The final step is to add baked Manchurian balls into the mixture and simmer it for 5 minutes. Add water if required or if you want a little more gravy.
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Now you know the drill, try it out at home and let us know how this delight turned out in the comment section below. Bon Appetit!