May 15, 2010

Manchurian Rolls

If you love Manchurian, you are going to love these Manchurian Rolls.
It's a delicious fushion.... creating sandwich using Manchurian filling.
I prepared them from scratch but it also can be a left-over recipe. If you have left-over Manchurians and you don't want to throw them away or eat the same in next meal, you got to try this one !


Let's collect Ingredients:

4 Crusty Bread Rolls ( I used Brown Pistolets )
3 cups cabbage, grated
1¼ cups carrots, grated
½ cup, cauliflower, grated
½ green capsicum, seeded and chopped
½ cup Spring onions, chopped
2 ttsp corn flour / corn starch
5 tbsp refined flour (maida)
4-6cloves garlic, finely chopped (European Garlic cloves are bigger than Indian one, so this number can be reduced to 3-5)
1" Ginger, chopped
3 green chilli, finely chopped (can be adjusted as per taste)
2 tbsp, Dark Soy Sauce
1 tbsp, Sugar
2 tsp, Ajinomoto/MSG (optional)
salt to taste
1 tbsp White Vinegar
Oil for frying

Let's start Cooking:
- Take all the vegetables (leaving half of spring onions) and salt, mix well.
- Add refined flour, cornflour and 1 tbsp soy sauce and mix well.
- Mix thoroughly, Shape into marble sized balls.
- Heat sufficient oil in a wok and deep fry the balls in small batches till golden brown. Drain on absorbent paper.
- Heat two tablespoons oil in a wok or pan. Stir-fry chopped ginger, garlic and green chillies briefly.
- Add the fried balls and stir. Add half a cup of water and dark soy sauce and stir. Balls will break and become messy.
- Add sugar and salt and mix. Mix cornflour with a quarter cup of water and add to the pan and stir.
- Add spring onion with greens and mix well. Add vinegar and mix.
- Slit the rolls without cutting through. Put some of the Manchurian mixture in the slit and press lightly. Serve immediately.

Tip:
You can save a few manchurian fried balls and put it whole along with manchurin mixture in bread while serving.

19 comments:

PranisKitchen said...

lopa
really delicious manchurian rolls.its a really good idea.thanks for sharing

Kiran said...

What wonderful manchurian sandwich.
Looks delicious.Nice pic.

Premalatha Aravindhan said...

Manchurian rolls very tempting,lovely presentation!

Ms.Chitchat said...

Lovely sandwich,tempting too.

Parita said...

Wow! These manchurian rolls look inviting :)

Nandini said...

Mmmmm! This is a real appetizer to be finished in seconds! I'll gobble it right now!

Priya said...

Feel like grabbing the plate and having them rite now...droolworthy rolls..

sm said...

i like Manchurian
great dish

Nithu Bala said...

tempting..loved the click dear..

notyet100 said...

pefect for brunch

Az said...

very creative... love the idea..

Cooking Foodie said...

These look good!

Pat Tillett said...

These photos just made me very hungry! Thereare dishes here that I don't usually see. I clicked your link at Alice's site. I love food and like what I see here. If you don't mind, I'm going to tag along.
thanks!
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Cooking Foodie said...

hi Lopa...

I have an award waiting for you at my blog. Please accept it.

Nimi SunilKumar said...

hi..
rockin blog dear!i'm glad that i surfed up to ur blog..good wrk
www.nimisculinaryventures.blogspot.com

Chaitra said...

mmmmm.never cam across this.Lovely recipe involving manchuria in it.I m a big fan of chinese manchuria...Love this recipe.
Do drop in sometime

Priti said...

Oh wow..what a wonderful recipe...manchurian plus roll...looks just delicious....glad to find your blog..following u

GayathriRaj said...

Hey forst time to ur blog and u have a lovely space yaar....thru some blog i hapd to visit urs...first recipe itself is very attractive...and got attracted....nice to see you with mre n more recipes....

Chetana Suvarna Ganatra said...

Dear Lopa,
Came across your lovely blog...dis my fav too...manchurian roll, remember hw i used to gorge on it back home.
Between m a food blogger from down under.
Following you, will be back.
Cheers,
Chetana
www.myrecipegalore.blogspot.com

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