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Kadgi Manchurian/Tender Jackfruit Manchurian/ Gujje Manchurian

My dad always told me that (Ram Lunch a restaurant in Mangaluru) sold Chakko ( a Konkani delicacy) in name of gujje Manchurian and I always laughed as I didn’t see it myself ;) , I always wondered how this manchurian would taste!  Now I can say it’s just wonderful. The combination of traditional veggie in a indo chinese gravy is just awesome. This was made when my parents got me a tender jackfruit for us. I got very good reviews about my dish from family and friends so it had to take place in our blog J. "Tender Jackfruit/Kadgi Manchurian" Required Ingredients and preparationprocedure,given here. Try it  yourselves  and give your valuable opinion.

Here is the recipe for Kadgi/Tender Jackfruit/gujje manchurian : INGREDIENT 1.Raw Tender  Jackfruit  -1 cup cut into bit sized chunks 2.Onion- 2 finely chopped 4.Ginger and garlic chopped - 1tsp 5.Green chilies  -2 -3 cut into slits 6.Soya sauce -1tsp 7.Redchilly sauce -1tsp 8.Tomato sauce -1tsp 9.Vinegar- ½ tsp 10. Salt to tas…

Baby Corn Tikka - Tawa Method, served with Dahi Pudina Chutney

Baby corn tikka is one such starter which is loved by almost all. How about making it on Tawa? Believe me it’s one of the easiest method to make it. I pack this for my daughters snack box and she relishes it just like we do. Let’s see how to make it Ingredients : Baby corn - 10 Corn flour - 2 tbsp Kashmiri Chilly powder - 1/2 tsp Garam masala powder - 1/2 tsp Cumin seed powder - 1/2 tsp Coriander seed powder - 1/2 tsp Chaat Masala – 1 tsp Salt Oil

1.Firstly take 2 cups of water and heat it. Add washed/peeled baby corn and blanch it just for 2 minutes. 2.Drain it and run under cold water, keep aside for later use. 3.Mix the corn flour, chilly powder, garam masala, cumin powder, coriander powder and chaat masala all together in a bowl. 4.Now apply this batter on the baby corn and leave it aside in a closed bowl for at least half an hour(I normally leave it for 2 hours) .*check notes. 5.Now keep them on the dosa pan and roast it by smearing oil on top  it. Keep turning the baby corns so that al…