Mushroom manchurian recipe, a popular, restaurant style Indian Chinese mushroom starter that is simply delicious.. Mushroom manchurian is my favorite among mushroom starters Indian chinese style. Mushroom Manchurian is rich source of protein and hence it’s suitable to be served to kids. It is a great party food. if you love mushrooms you will love this dish.
15- 20 pieces long and thin cut Mushrooms
1/2 cup Corn flour
1/2 cup All purpose flour(maida)
1/2 tbsp Pepper
2 tsp Soya sauce
1/ 4 cup Spring onions
1/4 cup Capsicums
1 chopped Green chilli
1 tbsp Ginger garlic paste
1tsp Red chilli sauce
1/2 tbsp Green chill sauce
1/4 tbsp Vinegar
2 tbsp Tomato ketchup salt to taste
1) Prepare a batter
corn flour, all purpose flour(maida) , salt, pepper and a pinch of soya sauce taken in a bowl and mixed. Required amount of water is added in intervals and is beaten rapidly. make sure there are no lumps in the liquid batter.
2)Fry the mushroom
wash the mushrooms nicely and cut them thin and long. Now sprinkle some cornstarch powder on the mushrooms and mix them. Now put the mushrooms in the batter and mix them thoroughly. Now your mushrooms are ready to go into the frying pan. Take oil in the pan to deep fry the mushrooms, Deep fry the mushrooms until they turn brown and take them out and keep it aside.
3) Preparation of the sauce
take a little amount of oil and let it boil to low fry the vegetables. the veggies include finely chopped– spring onions, capsicums, ginger garlic paste, green chillis. Stir them rapidly until they turn brown.
4) Now add soya sauce, red chilli sauce, green chilli sauce, vinegar and tomato ketchup. mix them thoroughly. Now add the mushrooms in the sauce pan. mix thoroughly. For thickness of the sauce, mixture of cornflour and sauce is added to the pan.
YOUR DELICIOUS Mushroom Manchurian IS READY TO SERVE WITH A BIG SMILE.
Do you Want to have a Punjabi affair of food? And most importantly in Chennai? Then you have less to think about! Here’s a new restaurant with a Punjabi twist. The perfect decorum and mix up of spices in the best way possible, makes this restaurant one of the top picks in Chennai. When we entered the floor was quite full so I am glad we made a reservation ahead. The place is very vibrating, staff so helpful and friendly. The menu served here is mainly Indian and Chinese. One of the main reasons for its popularity is the delicious food items which are prepared using the correct blend of spices.
The most important factor of any restaurant anywhere in world would be, its venue and the interior designing of the place. “THE PATIALA HOUSE” ticks in all the boxes in the above aspects. Situated at Chetpet , this will become a sure shot hub of some amazing food.
Starting off with the starters, they provide multiple varieties of soups, off which the Manchow soup, hot & sour soup and lime coriander soups stands out from the rest.
They also got the best-in-town paneer classics that would definitely impress and to name a few of the top picks, Achari panner, Schezwan paneer and Dragon paneer.
Apart from paneer-classics some other mind-bobbling starters include Butter baby corn, Veg. Galoti kebab and stuffed dingri are the starters that you definitely shouldn’t miss. I bet you will be so much in love with the starters that you will repeat the order!! You must definitely try this new syringe paani puri..
Moving to the main course, the much awaited Punjabi star dish of Sarso Da Saag and Makkai Di Roti, and adding on to that, the combo of Pudina Paratha/Garlic Naan and the Patiala Paneer/dal makhani makes your tongue go crazy and is definitely worth a try.
The Punjabis however don’t crave much for rice-varieties but the PATIALA HOUSE does not lack in these varities and the Veg. Tawa Pulav is the best pick of all the rice varieties out there. The perfect blend of spices and paneer, makes it the must-have dish.
Finishing things on a sweet note is as important as how MS Dhoni finishes things for the Indian cricket team. Yes!! I am talking about the irresistible desserts! As expected, the lassi and chaas(buttermilk) would be on the cards for a typical Punjabi restaurant.
But the highlight of this restaurant is the varieties and combinations of the desserts. The types of lassi available were, Sweet Lassi, SPL. Lassi, Kaake di Lassi and others, of which these three I tried impressed me the most. The restaurant also offers handful varieties of ice-creams, mojitos and mocktails. The paan ice of Patiala house, is the best ever I have ever had. There is nothing better than that. The combinations of mojitos and mocktails also impress me the most and the names of these mocktails creates a different level of curiosity within us.
The Fire and Ice mocktail, as the name suggests is a blend of sweet and spice with sugar coated at the brim of the glass and chillies and ice cubes floating making the mocktail really spicy. It burns down the throat and gives you chills. Maybe they couldn’t have chosen a better name than this for this mocktail.
There are varieties of shots available too. The one that impressed me the most was the pan-flavoured shots. The other unique fact about this restaurant is that they offer sweet pan and other flavours of pan, making it a complete round- up of the ‘feels’ of northern India.
You can visit The Patiala House at 47/23, Ground Floor, Spurtank Road, Chetpet, Chennai
Phone no : 9043256117
Rate : 4.8/5
Price for 2 : 800
Open Today : 11.30 am – 3.30 pm , 7.00pm- 11.30 pm.
Overall was a good experience.
Must try for pure vegetarian.
PATIALA HOUSE is a nice place to enjoy some quality time. The food is of good quality and service is really nice. Me and my family had a amazing time . I will definetly visit again with friends . You can also visit this place with your gang of friends to enjoy a hearty meal. To avoid any hassles, you can also book your seats in advance. Patiala House offers food excellent service which cannot be matched by any other restaurants in the vicinity.
I love being a woman because I am free to express my emotions. I can try , fail, fall, cry, learn, fight, rise and express whatever and whenever I feel. I try my best to teach my Son to respect women and teach my daughter to live with dignity. I m a homemaker and a mother. Being a mother you start loving things more purely because it’s the best feeling. I love being whatever I am as every success is a reward and every failure is a lesson. We women can bring change in our lives, in our family life and also contribute to society.
How I decided to be a stay-at-home mom:
I never in a million years thought I wanted to be a stay at home mom. I was raised in a very feminist household where the woman needed to work and contribute to society. My parents actually thought I would be the first woman president. (Sorry, mom, not likely). So it was hard for my family to come to grips with the fact that this was what I wanted to do. But, like always, they supported me. When my husband and I decided I should be a stay at home mom, we agreed that that’s what I would be, a MOM. I am not a stay at home housekeeper.
I love being a stay at home mom:
The moment I came to know that I’ve given birth to a baby girl, it was like a dream come true and my most memorable moment. I always wanted to have a daughter, but it was something that was not in my hand. Everyday I thank God for blessing me with a baby girl who is a 15 year old teen now. I don’t think that there should be any specific reason to love one child, rather it should be an unconditional one. It’s because of my daughter that I am able to re-live my childhood and do all the girly stuff. I love to dress her up with all the beautiful accessories (which I must have missed if it were a baby boy )I love the moment when she comes back from school, steps out of the bus and hugs me. Her smile makes me forget everything be it anger or a sad moment. She loves helping me out in daily chores, though my work increases after that. She loves me unconditionally.. it doesn’t matter whether I am dressed up properly or not, whether I’ve got few grey hairs, roly-poly, for her I am just her mother, though at times she asks me to dress up the way she wants. It’s because of her that I’ve changed myself, to following a healthy diet, going for walks & much more. It’s still a learning phase with her.Truly blessed to have a baby girl & just want people to stop female foeticide. Let a girl be born in every home, and you’ll feel the difference that a girl brings in a family.
How I started working from home :
I wanted to make working from home real for myself more than I wanted anything else in the world . I had no idea where to start, what steps to take, how to make it happen. Then a little voice inside my head said “You love to write – there has to be a way you can write”! So I starting blogging. I was not a expert so I did a lot of research. I realized that if you want to make money at something, you need to LEARN to do it RIGHT!! I quit watching TV, quit surfing Facebook, quit shopping and cooking and showering and sleeping, as I learnt the ropes. One year later, I was earning a full time income from blogging. I am now enjoy earning for my baby and working for myself and home. My husband is very supportive and encourages me whenever I feel down. He is the backbone of my life 💕❤️
Womanhood is all about being a women.The journey from being a daughter , sister to a wife and mother is truly a blessed one. I have been moulding myself into a super woman by undergoing diff stages from a dutiful daughter, friendly sister, loving wife, caring mother and many more roles to go ahead in life. I thank everyone who helped me to become a super woman, a wonder woman! Womanhood is all about handling what ever comes in life. It is proven that women bear all kinds of stress better. We are like charcoal converting into diamond!! Enjoy every part of your journey of life!!
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Brinjal sabzi provides all the nutrients required for your children and for elders in your family like your parents or in-laws staying with you. Actually brinjal is not only tasty but it has got tremendous health benefits and it can be made in various forms. Brinjal sabzi is widely made in Indian homes and definitely a delicious side dish recipe which goes really well with chapatis, roti & parathas. Its very quick and easy recipe and tastes just super delicious. If you are a brinjal lover, definitely you will love this recipe, so here it is…
8-10 Baby Eggplants
1 tsp mustard seeds
1 tsp cumin seeds
2 -3 tbsp tamarind extract
1 tsp Red Chilli powder
1/2 tsp Coriander powder
1 tsp Cumin powder
A pinch Asafoetida
1 tsp garlic
few curry leaves
Salt to taste
2 tsp Oil
Using a knife, chop off the head and discard the head…Wash and cut the brinjal into cubes. Soak them in a bowl of water to avoid discoloration.
Soak the tamarind in 2 tbsp of water for 10 minutes and extract the pulp. Take a large kadai heat 2 tbsp oil and splutter 1 tsp mustard, 1 tsp cumin seeds, a pinch of Asafoetida and few curry leaves.
Add garlic and stir well
Now add the spices, turmeric powder, chilli powder, ginger paste, garlic paste and salt.
Saute for 1 minute and add tamarind water.
Cook until the masala is cooked well and until oil starts releasing.
Add the cut brinjal pieces into the cooked masala, mix well and cook for few minutes.
Add about 1 small cup water and give a mix.
Close the pan and cook till the brinjals are cooked and releases oil.
Make sure that the brinjals do not get burnt or stick to the bottom of the pan.
Switch of the flame and transfer into a serving dish.
Serve hot baigan ki sabji recipe with rice or roti or parathas.
Buy fresh brinjals and put the cut brinjals in salt water or sprinkle salt all over the baingan pieces inorder to avoid the bitter taste after cooking.
Also do not compromise with oil, as baigan cooks with oil itself.
I have used tamarind extract I don’t like to use tomatoes..