Is there anyone who doesn’t love deep fries? I am sure none. But with increasing health issues and more awareness, many people force themselves to avoid deep fry items. It is in a way to good to avoid but it is definitely not unhealthy if you consume deep fries in moderation with right lifestyle and food habits.
Cauliflower Fry or Gobi Fry Recipe:
Cauliflower-1 (medium sized)
Red Chilli Powder-1/2 Tsp
Garam masala Powder-1 Tsp
Rice flour-1 tbsp
Gram flour-1/2 tbsp
Turmeric powder-1/2 tsp
1.Measure and keep all the ingredients ready.
2. Clean and separate the florets.
3. Par boil them in water and drain excess water.
4. Add everything except Oil and make a smooth slightly runny batter.
5. Mix them with the florets and freeze for 10 minutes.
6. You can either choose to use a dosa pan or paniyaram vessel to make fries. You can also deep fry.
7. Sprinkle oil(say 1 tbsp) on the dosa pan and heat in medium flame.
8. Carefully spread the batter mixed gobi on the dosa pan.
9. Flip it and cook till they turn crispy.
10. Add a drop of oil to each hollow of the paniyaram pan.
11. Heat the paniyaram pan in medium flame.
12. Carefully add the florets to each hollow.
13. Flip and cook all the sides.
14. Crispy Cauliflower fry is ready.
15. Serve Cauliflower Fry or Gobi Fry after garnishing.
You can also add ginger garlic paste to the batter.
Adjust spices as per your taste.
I don’t prefer charred roast hence stopped cooking at that stage.
Avoiding corn flour enhances the crispy texture is my experience.
Don’t make the batter so runny. Ensure it coats the florets evenly.
Parboil the florets well if you are not deep frying.
If you prefer deep fry you can parboil florets to al dente texture.
This is suitable for babies above 6 months.
Please have a word with your doctor before introducing any new food.
Please eliminate all allergies and look into the family history of allergies before trying any new ingredient.
Skip salt and chilly for babies below one year