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Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Soya - Vegetables Munchrian in Schezun sauce

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I made munchurian in its sauce so many times that I got bored with it, I have to try new sauce to go with this. I made with munchrian but this sauce is  good with paneer, tofu, just cut vegetables too. Now its going to be staple with Chinese or Indo Chinese dishes at my home. Its totally depend upon you how much spicy you want to make, we love spicy so I made it that way, you can make it your way.

Ingredients for Balls (Munchurian)

1/2 cup soaked and squeezed Soya granules
1/2 cup cabbage
1 carrot
as per taste green chili
2 garlic pods
6-7 spring beans
2 tbsp. AP flour
1 tbsp. corn starch
salt to taste
white pepper powder as per taste

Method:

Chopped all vegetables big and put it in blender, along with soya.
Take it in bowl, add the flour, corn starch , salt, white pepper powder and make balls.

Dip fry it or make it in paniyaram pan / Aebleskiver pan 



Keep it aside. check out my Veg Munchrain here.


For  the Schezuan sauce:
1 tbsp. finely chopped garlic
3 tbsp. red chili paste (soaked red dry chilies in water for hour  and grind it )
2 tbsp. tomato sauce
1/2  tbsp soya sauce
1 tsp. vinegar
2 tbsp. finely chopped onion or spring onions/scallions
3-4 schezuan pepper, crushed (if not use black peppercorn)
salt to taste
1/2 tsp. black pepper powder or freshly crushed black pepper
1 cup vegetable stock or water
1 tsp. oil
1 tbsp. corn starch dissolved in water


half green pepper chopped in big chunks
1 onion chopped
1 carrot chopped


Method for sauce :
Heat oil in a pan., add the chopped garlic. fry for a minute.
add the chopped onion and fry till they become pink.
Add the red chili paste, tomato sauce, soy sauce,vinegar   and crushed schezuan pepper.
fry for 1 or 2 minutes.
season with salt  and pepper.
Your schezuan sauce is ready.


Assemble :
Heat a tsp. of oil,
Add onion, bell pepper and carrot and cook for a minute.
Add sauce and cook for a minute.
Add stock / water and boil it.
Add manchurian balls in it and let them cook with the sauce so they got the sauce inside too.
Once it's boiled, add cornstarch mix water and mix it nicely.
If you please add spring onion on top and turn off the gas and serve it immediately with fried rice / noodles.



Enjoy your dine in of Indo Chinese cuisine.


33 comments:

  1. this looks really so yummy dear...

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  2. The sauce is good. I love all the munchrian flavors.

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  3. yummy manchurian.. tempting flavors..

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  4. Like this innovative recipe. By adding soya u have added protein and it turned out into a healthy dish.

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  5. Loved it that you have made it so healthy.. Manchurians are one of family favorites.. your look delicious...

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  6. looks so delicious.. can I hv some now for my chapathi?

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  7. I love manchurian..looks so delicious!! :)

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  8. love the pan manchurians .really flavourful sauce

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  9. Thats a nice and healthy take dear

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  10. Sauce is perfect,looks so yummy

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  11. innovative & delicious dear!!

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  12. Linsy, manchurian looks real yum

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  13. love the way u use sauce in soya and veggies..

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  14. Wow Linsy! Difficult to beat a good schezuan recipe..and this looks as good as any.

    Where did you buy Schezuan pepper from?

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    1. I have few good south asian store in area, i didn't find it first so asked them if they can get it and they got it. Let me know if you need it, will parcel it.

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  15. Excellent addition of soya in manchurian, love to finish that plate.

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  16. Innovative manchurian dish Linsy. Nice texture, must be very delicious.

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  17. perfect ! loved the way you made it into mini koftas (y)

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  18. delicious manchurian, looks yum.

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  19. Thats a brilliant idea ! very innovative and healthy curry

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  20. Your veg manchurian dish looks very tasty! Thank you for linking up to this month's In MY Veg Box Challenge at www.thespicypear.com

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  21. Soya and vegetables manchurian looks very tempting and you have made an home-made sauce, which adds up the hotness :)

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  22. Soya manchurian looks delicious thanks for sharing with Hearth and Soul blog hop.

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  23. Wow! What a sensational spicy vegetarian delight! I am so happy you shared this amazingly delicious recipe with us at the Healthy, Happy, Green& Natural blog hop! I will be making your Szechuan sauce a lot. It goes with everything!

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