Oat Manchurian is a classic recipe from the Indian Chinese Cuisine. This Indo-chinese starter is. made with very little oil and using ingredients which are healthy. Manchurian is generally considered as non healthy food. Here we have replaced all the unhealthy ingredients wit guilt free oats. Adding to Oats which in combination with vegetables makes it more healthy.No frying of manchurian balls instead making them in appam pan is an extra healthy tip. Uploaded by admin on 06-Jan-2021.
1 cup oats For Manchurian balls- 1 cup finely chopped onions 1 cup finely chopped capsicum 1 cup finely chopped cabbage 1 tsp ginger garlic paste 1 tsp salt ½ tsp black salt 2 tbsp oats powder For gravy – 1 tbsp sliced garlic 1tbsp ginger Julian 1 chopped green chili ½ tsp red chili sauce 1 tsp soy sauce 1 tsp vinegar 1 tbsp sliced capsicum 1 tbsp French onions greens 1 tbsp French onions whites
Add oats in mixer jar and prepare a fine powder. Mix all vegetables in a bowl, add salt, black pepper powder, 1 tsp ginger garlic paste, 2 tbsp oats powder. Mix all ingredients and prepare small balls. Heat a appam maker on medium flame, fill half appam maker cavities with oil. Place prepared Manchurian balls in appam maker cavities. Cover and allow to cook and flip the Manchurian balls in appam maker. Allow to cook till they become brown. Take out shallow fried Manchurian balls from appam maker. For gravy, heat a spoon of oil. Add ginger Julian, sliced garlic, green chilis, and sauté for a minute. Add capsicum, French onion’s whites. Cook for a minute, add red chili sauce, soy sauce, vinegar, mix nicely. Mix 1 tbsp oats powder and 2 tbsp water in a bowl. Add in pan and mix, add more water if required, cook for a minute. Add Manchurian balls, French onions greens. Mix nicely and serve hot.
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