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Friday, February 18, 2011

Bread and spinach manchuria

Ingredients :
  • Boiled spinach pieces -1 cup
  • Boiled aloo - 2 or 3
  • Bread slices -4
  • Corn flour -1/2 cup
  • All purpose flour -1/2 cup
  • Rice flour-2-3 tsp
  • Salt - as required
  • Red chillie powder - as required
  • Ginger garlic paste - 2 spoons
  • Water -as required
  • Oil - as required
  • Green onion rings for garnish/Spring onions
  • Soy sauce-2-3 tsp
  • maggies sauce or pasta sauce-2-3tbsp

 Method :

 Take a bowl and add boiled aloo in it. Smash it and add boiled spinach leaves and bread slices.

 Mix well and add corn flour in it. Add plain flour also.

 Add salt and red chillie powder as per your taste. Add ginger garlic paste also.

 Add sufficient water in it to mix well. After mixing it, take a pan and heat it for 2sec.

 Add 2 cups of oil in it and heat it for 5 min. After heating oil, make the mixed batter into small balls.
 dip one by one, all the balls in the heated oil.

 Fry the balls till balls comes to golden brown colour. After frying balls remove the fried balls from the pan and take  them in to  a plate.

In the remaining oil , add remaining ginger, garlic paste or grated and  red chilli  powder and fry for a minute.
add spring onions. Stir fry for a minute.

Add 1 1/2 cups water and bring to a boil. Boil till the gravy becomes transparent. add some maggie sauce or pasta sauce to make gravy thick n better taste n add soya sauce and let le boil to get thick gravy.

Put some salt in the gravy it self as sufficient as per taste,Add florettes and soya sauce to the gravy.

Boil for two more minutes and remove heat.

Serve hot with noodles or rice/pulao.

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I am sending this recipe to Only- Cooking With Bread by pari


kanthi said...

Wow, it sounds great,never heard of this type..but it sounds tasty and delicious..thanks for sharing..

Hari Chandana said...

very innovative recipe.. looks tempting and delicious.. gr8 job :)

Satya said...

wow they looks so perfect n delicious ...never tried with bread ...thanks for sharing dear


Deeksha said...

Hi Charitha
thx for ur lovely comments!

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