Gobi 65 is a popular appetizer served in Indian restaurants. P and I love to munch on them and I make it often in my home. The dish is so versatile that we can serve it as an appetizer, a side-dish or a tea-time snack.
It is a super-easy super-hit party snack too. If you ask me to be a vegetarian for a day, I would pick Paneer or Cauliflower to substitute my meat or seafood curries. There was a time when my Dad used to try his best to make me have this vegetable. Yeah, yeah. I told you. I was a picky eater. He used to make Gobi Manchurian and say to me that it was Chicken Manchurian. Well, he makes it so yummy that I could never really find any much difference. Oh, I’m missing him and I’m trying to convince him into coming over to my place for a few days. Let’s see how that will go.
Gobi 65 is fried cauliflower florets. I haven’t added sauces of any kind and this is a dry version. I haven’t added any artificial food color in here. All I did was adding Kashmiri chilli powder instead of the regular red chilli powder. This helps in getting that bright orange color with the added benefit of making it less spicy.
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You can check out this easy Chicken Popcorn recipe which is an easy Party snack.