Oats Manchurian: Give a Unique Twist to Regular Manchurian Recipe

When it comes to homegrown Chinese food, we have tried a variety of cuisines; For example, the street-style chowmein, the ever-popular Manchurian and many others. Talking about Manchurian, this feast is a classic Indo-Chinese recipe made with deep-fried vegetable balls dipped in a spicy and tangy gravy of sauce. With the emerging fusion and various experiments in the culinary arts world, various chefs, home chefs, street-side vendors started making 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. Undoubtedly, all these dishes are extremely delightful and it is hard to resist.

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Here we bring you an amazing recipe known as Oats Manchurian. The best part is that this Manchurian is delicious as well as healthy. As the name suggests, this recipe from Manchurian includes oats along with various vegetables and some seasonings. The balls made of oats batter get baked instead of frying. Wondering how to make this recipe? Read below for detailed steps.

Know here how to make Oats Manchurian. Oats Manchurian Recipe

To make, first take a bowl and put vegetables, oats flour and a little rice flour in it. Make small bowls with the help of this batter. (Remember: the batter should be smooth and soft enough that the balls don’t burst while baking or roasting).

Take an idli/appe pan or a baking tray, place these balls on it and bake for 5-6 minutes and keep swirling in between till they turn golden brown.

Then heat some oil in a pan, add ginger and garlic paste and all the chopped vegetables and fry for some time. Then pour the sauce with salt and pepper and cook everything thoroughly for 2-3 minutes.

The last step is to add the cooked Manchurian balls to the mixture and boil it for 5 minutes. Add water if needed or if you want a little more gravy.

Click here for the complete Oats Manchurian recipe.

Now that you know the exercise, try it at home and let us know how this bliss went in the comments section below. Bon appetit!


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