Thursday, March 1, 2012

Bread Mixed Vegetable Manchurian

Bread slices 4
Carrot 2 medium sized
Beans10 to 12
Spring onions 2 medium
Green peas 1 cup
Onions 2 medium sized
Garlic cloves 6
Ginger garlic paste 1½ teaspoon
Red chilli powder 1 teaspoon
Garam masala ½ teaspoon
Potatoes 2 medium sized
Corn flour ½ cup
Curd 2 table spoons
Soya sauce 1 table spoon
Chopped corainder leaves handful
Oil for deep frying
Salt as needed

1. Cut the vegetables into small pieces.
    Cook the potatoes and vegetables.
    Mash the potatoes  and vegetables and mix well. Mash the vegetables. 
    Add bread slices and curd this makes  bread slices soft. Mix well. 
    Add corn flour, red chilli powder, ginger garlic paste, salt and garam masala. 
    Make it into a soft dough.
2. Leave it aside for about a hour it is good if you marinate for 4 to 6 hours. 
    Make them into small balls. Heat a pan add oil for deep frying and gently drop the
    balls when they are cooked on all sides and turn golden brown in color. 
    Keep them aside.
3. Chop onions into small pieces, green chillies length wise, spring onion into 
    circular pieces, garlic into small pieces. 
     Heat a pan and add 2 table spoons of oil after oil is heated add the onions, 
     garlic, spring onions and green chillies. When the onions turn translucent 
     in color. 
     Add soya sauce and mix well. Cook for in low flame for 5 minutes. Add very 
     little salt  and mix well. 
     Add this to the manchurian balls bowl and mix well. 
 4. Garnish with cilantro or chopped coriander leaves.


Charu Srivastava said...

wow yummy ...bread manchurian is a gr8 idea !!!

faseela said...

wow ....that is very innovative....superb

Rachana said...

Bread manchurian is a cool idea. Looks yum!

Anu said...

Bread is a different and nice one

Suchi said...

Hi Sriya, I am new to your blog. You have a nice space....I love manchurian, this looks yummy :-) Your new follower, Suchi

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Achu's Amma's Kitchen said...

super idea interesting bread manchurian

Alpana said...

Very cool........nice preparation.

maha said...

this looks simple and yumm too.....u have a nice space with best dishes.loved it.....

SerenaB said...

I always love how you make something I have never had before! This looks super tasty!

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You have done it so well :)

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Hema said...

Wow, this is a nice idea, looks awesome..

misha said...

This looks great and sounds like a wonderful idea too... Yummy.sur 2 try

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Vemula Madhu said...

wow great idea,nice post
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