I have been trying to stick to a vegetarian diet since the last three months! If you were a close friend of mine, you would probably be rooted to the spot, dropped your jaw and looked at me with utter disbelief. Well, I said I was only "trying". After a heavy dose of chicken recipes last April for the AtoZChallenge, I wanted to take it slow, rather my body wanted a detox. So my intake of non-vegetarian food has completely gone down and it has now become one meal in ten days or so- be it a biriyani or a hmble chicken curry.
It was then that I tried all sorts of permutations and combinations with the vegetables available in this part of the country. So, when I started my craving for some Asian food, I went with Chinese. Who can resist garlic, veggies and sauces!
The trick in making this dish is to perfect the Manchurian balls. The chances of breaking the balls while frying is high.
So, I would suggest you to follow the recipe to the T. I would also suggest you to keep the ingredients ready and then go about with the cooking. This includes the vegetables to be grated and the sauces set on your cooking space.
I also haven't added MSG/Ajinomotto to the dish.Print
Serve hot with Vegetable Fried Rice............
..................... and see your loved ones smile.[tweetthis]VegManchurian-Fried veg balls cooked in a gravy with oriental sauces[/tweetthis]