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GRILLED/TANDOORI CAULIFLOWER WITH SESAME AND HONEY SAUCE

Grilled vegetables always give an excellent aroma and look . They taste good and the crunchy outer look bring this dish in the list of  the most exotic dishes . must include this dish in your special menus ....


Grilled/Tandoori cauliflower with sesame and honey sauce





Cauliflower(gobhi)…………..1/2 kg
Onion ………………3 big
Tomato ……………3 big
 Sesame seeds………..2 tbsp
Dry red chilly………3       
For marinating:-
Thick curd………1/2 cup
Ginger garlic paste…….2 tsp
Corn flour………….3tbsp
All purpose flour …….1 tbsp
Tandoori masala……3tsp

Method:-

1.      Cut big florets of cauliflower
2.      Mix all the ingredients for marination add gobhi florets in it mix well ,leave this for at least 1 hour
3.      Heat oil for frying , fry marinated gobhi in oil one by one till golden in colour

4.      chopped onion and tomatoes finely , Heat pan and put oil in it and put sesame seeds and  dry red chilly in it for tempering
5.      Add  chopped onion in it and cook till light golden in color
6.      Add tomatoes and cook till soft add dry masala in it and cook till oil separates
7.      Add fried gobhi in it and mix
8.      Now put 2tbsp honey in it and mix well, cook for another 2 to 3 min
9.      Serve hot with onion rings and coriander.

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